How does one become a level 2 auto mechanic?

My boyfriend plans on becoming a mechanic through army training, but me (being his girlfriend and wanting the best for him) noticed that level 1 mechanics don't make very much money. So how does one become a level 2 auto mechanic?

Asked By: Sally Cat - 9/1/2008
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He cannot just start out as a level 2 "otherwise known as Class B Tech", it takes time, experience, and dedication and a lot of hard work... More
Answered By: LEO H - 9/1/2008
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If he is in the Army most likely he will be a diesel mechanic since all the military vehicles run in jp8 which is like diesel. I don't think there are levels of mechanic but there are certifications through the ASE which is nation wide... More
Answered By: Juan M - 9/1/2008
I think its off to a good start going into the military. When he gets out it would benefit him to keep his education going. Taking those ASE tests are a big plus. Also going to a Automotive School of some sort, college or specialized trade school ( UTI, Wyotech, Lincoln Tech, etc... More
Answered By: benzotech2003 - 9/1/2008
In the Service it's a lot like the outside; Apprentice, Journeymen, Master (Service Levels 1, 2 & 3). Get Started, Work Hard, Study and do good on the Test. Diesels are Changing as fast or faster the Gas but with a lot of hard work and your Support (Biggest Thing) he'll be there in no time. "Good LucK!"
Answered By: schly200248 - 9/1/2008
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