Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Apprenticeship


Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Apprenticeship

This Apprenticeship can promote into my Motor Mechanic Career . Ambitions is required.

The Apprenticeship is located at the Science Lab and has a custom uniform for all three levels. It focuses on the Athletic, Handiness and Inventing skills.

Uniform for all three levels.

Uniform for all three levels.

1. Light Vehicle Service Technician ~ Intermediate: It’s the first step of your Vehicle Maintenance and Repair apprenticeship! You’ll start working on small vehicles, learning what each part of the engine does and learning the basics of auto repair. You’ll be working with a small team of mechanics at your local garage and learning the ropes of car maintenance and repair.
Hours: 4.00pm ~ 7.00pm
Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

2. Auto Electrical Technician ~ Advanced: Electrical problems in all vehicles can be a real pain to the owners. But if you can gain enough handiness skill to really work on electrical issues in a variety of vehicles, you’ll soon have them back on the road. Just remember the basic safety techniques when working with electrical equipment, or it’ll end in a trip to the Emergency Room.
Hours: 4.00pm ~ 7.00pm
Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

3. Engine Fitter ~ Advanced: One of the largest components of a car is it’s engine. Until now, you’ve only learnt basic repair work to an engine. But now it’s time for you to learn how to actually fit a new engine. From automatic transmission to gears, all engines need to be fitted by a mechanic and this knowledge will serve you well throughout any career as a motor mechanic. Congratulations of your dedication!
Hours: 4.00pm ~ 7.00pm
Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

There are two custom tones; Tinker, which builds the Handiness and Inventing skills and Sit Exam, which boosts overall performance.



I’m not fluent enough in any other languages to translate, so if you’re interested in translating this career into your language, then please open the LanguageStrings file in Notepad.
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Do that for the entire file, then email me your translation to: and let me know which language you’re translating to. :)
The career works for me but if you have any issues, please don’t hesitate to let me know and I’ll do my best to sort it as quickly as possible.
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