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Sewing Machine Operation (SMO) is a vocational training programme for the young urban and semi-urban men and women. The application is the primary teaching aid at the vocational training centres
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*******pritzer**** - Certified medical assistant program in Rancho Cucamonga. Becoming a certified medical assistant could open up a world of possibilities. Choosing the right school to get your certified medical assistant health care or vocational career off on the right track is one of the most important decisions you will make. Contact us to discuss our certified medical assistant program - or cma in the inland empire
20 Aug 2011
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*******pritzer**** - Certified medical assistant program in Rancho Cucamonga. Becoming a certified medical assistant could open up a world of possibilities. Choosing the right school to get your certified medical assistant health care or vocational career off on the right track is one of the most important decisions you will make. Contact us to discuss our certified medical assistant program - or cma in the inland empire
20 Aug 2011
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*******www.T-TEN**** 1-800-441-5141 Meet Jeff Anderson shop foreman and Master Toyota Technician. Career Description: The automotive shop foreman, or shop supervisor, is responsible for the overall supervision of service technicians. The shop supervisor also helps other technicians troubleshoot challenging problems in all areas. He or she provides a communication link among the shop floor, the service manager, and the parts department. The shop foreman is also responsible for effectively communicating with technicians and resolving any personnel disputes. The shop supervisor usually has been a successful automotive technician before being promoted. Shop foremen continually supervise and train other technicians to make sure that service work is performed properly. The term "shop foreman" is a hold-over from the days when such positions were held exclusively by men. Even today, there are not a large number of women in the ranks of shop supervisors, but as the proportion of female auto technicians continues to grow, that should change in the future. While most automotive service technicians worked a standard 40 hour week in 2006, 30 percent worked longer hours. Some may work evenings and weekends to satisfy customer service needs. Generally, service technicians work indoors in well-ventilated and -lighted repair shops. However, some shops are drafty and noisy. Although many problems can be fixed with simple computerized adjustments, technicians frequently work with dirty and greasy parts, and in awkward positions. They often lift heavy parts and tools. Minor cuts, burns, and bruises are common, but technicians can usually avoid serious accidents if safe practices are observed. Once they have reached the level of shop supervisor, technicians are likely to do less hands-on work. *Some information provided by the U.S. Dept. of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics. Earnings: Earnings for shop supervisors vary greatly depending on the technician's experience, and the dealer's geographic location and size. Most dealerships, especially larger ones, also pay bonuses and have special incentive programs for improving customer satisfaction. An entry-level automotive technician earned a median wage of $30,957, according to Salary**** (2008). A technician with 4 or more years of experience earned $49,699. Median hourly wage-and-salary earnings of automotive service technicians and mechanics, including commission, were $16.24 in May 2006.* The middle 50 percent earned between $11.96 and $21.56 per hour. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $9.17, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $27.22 per hour. Median annual earnings in the industries employing the largest numbers of service technicians were as follows: * Local government, excluding schools: $19.07 * Automobile dealers: $18.85 * Automotive repair and maintenance: $14.55 * Gasoline stations: $14.51 * Automotive parts, accessories, and tire stores: $14.38 Many experienced technicians employed by automobile dealers and independent repair shops receive a commission related to the labor cost charged to the customer. Under this system, weekly earnings depend on the amount of work completed. Employers frequently guarantee commissioned technicians a minimum weekly salary. Automotive service technicians who are members of labor unions, such as the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers; the International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America; the Sheet Metal Workers' International Association; and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, may enjoy more benefits than non-union workers do. *Source: Salary**** Required Education : Requirements for many jobs may vary from dealer to dealer. To find out exactly what is needed to qualify for a specific job, ask the dealer or manager in charge. By becoming skilled in multiple auto repair services, non-supervisory technicians can increase their value to their employer and their pay. Experienced technicians who have administrative ability sometimes advance to shop supervisor or service manager. Those with sufficient funds many times open independent automotive repair shops. Technicians who work well with customers may become automotive repair service estimators. The shop foreman is a very experienced automotive master technician with extensive diagnostic ability. Shop foremen typically receive on-the-job training beginning with mentoring from the service manager. In addition, they will often refer to the training manuals and other informational materials for specific automotive diagnoses that are furnished by the auto manufacturer. The shop supervisor also provides close supervision of experienced technicians and reports to the service manager. When hiring technicians -- bearing in mind that years of experience working as a technician are required before one can become a shop foreman -- most employers regard the successful completion of a vocational training program in automotive service technology as the best preparation for trainee positions. High school programs, while an asset, vary greatly in scope. Graduates of these programs may need further training to become qualified. Some of the more extensive high school programs participate in Automotive Youth Education Service (AYES), a partnership between high school automotive repair programs, automotive manufacturers, and franchised automotive dealers. All AYES high school programs are certified by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence. Students who complete these programs are well prepared to enter entry-level technician positions or to advance their technical education. Courses in automotive repair, electronics, physics, chemistry, English, computers, and mathematics provide a good educational background for a career as a service technician. Postsecondary automotive technician training programs usually provide intensive career preparation through a combination of classroom instruction and hands-on practice. Schools update their curriculums frequently to reflect changing technology and equipment. Some trade and technical school programs provide concentrated training for 6 months to a year, depending on how many hours the student attends each week, and award a certificate. Community college programs usually award a certificate or an associate degree. Some students earn repair certificates in a particular skill and leave to begin their careers. Associate degree programs, however, usually take 2 years to complete and include classes in English, basic mathematics, computers, and other subjects, as well as automotive repair. Recently, some programs have added classes on customer service, stress management, and other employability skills. Some formal training programs have alliances with tool manufacturers that help entry-level technicians accumulate tools during their training period. Various automobile manufacturers and participating franchised dealers also sponsor 2-year associate degree programs at postsecondary schools across the Nation. Students in these programs typically spend alternate 6- to 12-week periods attending classes full time and working full time in the service departments of sponsoring dealers. At these dealerships, students work with an experienced worker who provides hands-on instruction and timesaving tips. Those new to automotive service usually start as trainee technicians, technicians' helpers, or lubrication workers, and gradually acquire and practice their skills by working with experienced mechanics and technicians. In many cases, on-the-job training may be a part of a formal education program. With a few months' experience, beginners perform many routine service tasks and make simple repairs. While some graduates of postsecondary automotive training programs are often able to earn promotion to the journey level after only a few months on the job, it typically takes 2 to 5 years of experience to become a fully qualified service technician, who is expected to quickly perform the more difficult types of routine service and repairs. An additional 1 to 2 years of experience familiarizes technicians with all types of repairs. Complex specialties, such as transmission repair, require another year or two of training and experience. In contrast, brake specialists may learn their jobs in considerably less time because they do not need complete knowledge of automotive repair. Employers increasingly send experienced automotive service technicians to manufacturer training centers to learn to repair new models or to receive special training in the repair of components, such as electronic fuel injection or air-conditioners. Motor vehicle dealers and other automotive service providers may send promising beginners or experienced technicians to manufacturer-sponsored technician training programs to upgrade or maintain employees' skills. Factory representatives also visit many shops to conduct short training sessions. The ability to diagnose the source of a problem quickly and accurately requires good reasoning ability and a thorough knowledge of automobiles. Many technicians consider diagnosing hard-to-find troubles one of their most challenging and satisfying duties. For trainee automotive service technician jobs, employers look for people with strong communication and analytical skills. Technicians need good reading, mathematics, and computer skills to study technical manuals. They must also read to keep up with new technology and learn new service and repair procedures and specifications. Training in electronics is vital because electrical components, or a series of related components, account for nearly all malfunctions in modern vehicles. Trainees must possess mechanical aptitude and knowledge of how automobiles work. Experience working on motor vehicles in the Armed Forces or as a hobby can be very valuable. ASE certification has become a standard credential for automotive service technicians. While not mandatory for work in automotive service, certification is common for all non entry-level technicians in large, urban areas. Certification is available in 1 or more of 8 different areas of automotive service, such as electrical systems, engine repair, brake systems, suspension and steering, and heating and air-conditioning. For certification in each area, technicians must have at least 2 years of experience and pass the examination. Completion of an automotive training program in high school, vocational or trade school, or community or junior college may be substituted for 1 year of experience. For ASE certification as a Master Automobile Technician, technicians must be certified in all eight areas.
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