Auto Mechanic and Automotive Schools in Nebraska

Students at Nebraska auto mechanic schools can expect to learn the fundamentals of automotive, motorcycle and diesel technology. Typically, programs can be completed in six months to one year and cover topics such as transmission and electrical systems, engines, automotive HVAC and more. Online education programs are also available at auto mechanic schools in Nebraska. For working professionals or for individuals with experience in the automotive service and repair industry, these programs are a great option for earning a degree or certificate while building new skill sets.

In addition to completing a certificate or degree from an auto mechanic school in Nebraska, many students also pursue certification from the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE). ASE offers the leading professional credentials in the industry in areas such as service, collision repair, advanced engine performance and more.

Auto Repair Careers in Nebraska

Three common auto repair careers are those of autobody technicians, auto mechanics, and bus/ truck mechanics. Nebraska has many opportunities for professionals in these careers. To learn more about these careers, see the data tables below.

Autobody Technicians: Employment and Salary

Autobody technicians work with vehicle frames and bodies, fixing them up when they are damaged.

Auto Mechanics: Employment and Salary

Auto mechanics fix many common problems with vehicles of all kinds.

Bus/ Truck Mechanics: Employment and Salary

These professionals work with diesel engines, such as those of buses and trucks.

Finding a School in Nebraska

We’ve listed several auto mechanic schools from Nebraska below. Find your favorites on our listings, then contact them by phone or email to learn more about their programs and how they can be of service to you.


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