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Automobile Service Technicians identify car problems often by using computerized diagnostic equipment.
Automotive body and related repairers prepare vehicles for inspection by providing access to damaged areas.
Electricians install, repair and replace residential circuits and determine general wiring requirements.
Advanced Emergency Management professionals travel to disaster sites to provide relief to impacted survivors.
Automotive electricians have knowledge of computer controls. They must also have the ability to diagnose electrical and hydraulic problems in order to work and correct complex components.
Welders join metals using a variety of techniques and processes.
Building construction technologists maintain and repair machines, mechanical equipment, flooring, plumbing, electrical systems and HVAC systems, usually in large buildings.
Carpenters follow blueprints and building plans to install and fix structures and construct and install building frameworks.
As a Computer Technician A+, you will install, maintain and repair computer operating systems.
In the Computer Technician Network+ training area, you will install, maintain and repair computer operating systems.
Electricians install, maintain and repair electrical power, communications, lighting and control systems in homes, businesses and factories.
Automotive service technicians and mechanics perform basic care and maintenance, including changing oil, checking fluid levels and rotating tires.
As a Material Handler, you will oversee activities that include purchasing, transportation, inventory and warehousing.
In Office Administration, you will manage databases, records and documents.
Pharmacy Technicians work under pharmacists and assist in measuring, labeling and recording amounts and dosages of medications.
Plumbers install and repair piping fixtures and systems.