Some of the current career pathways within the automotive industry include:

  • Automotive Technician (Mechanic)
  • Automotive Air Conditioning Technician
  • Electric Vehicle Technician
  • Automotive Service Technician
  • Outdoor Power Equipment Technician
  • Bicycle Technician
  • MotorSport Technician
  • Automotive Tyre Technician
  • Automotive Electrical Technician
  • Automotive Underbody Technician
  • Motorcycle Technician
  • Diesel Mechanic
  • Heavy Vehicle Mechanic (Trucks)
  • Mobile Plant Mechanic (Tractors)
  • Agricultural Equipment Technician
  • Engine Reconditioner
  • Trailer Technician
  • Vehicle Trimmer
  • Vehicle Glazer
  • Marine Mechanic
  • Vehicle Loss Assessor
  • Alternate Fuel Technician (LPG, LNG)
  • Driveline Technician
  • Automotive Brake Specialist
  • Automotive Cooling Technicians
  • Automotive Sales
  • Automotive Part Recycler
  • Vehicle Body Collision Repair
  • Vehicle Refinishing
  • Service Station Attendant
  • Automotive Parts Interpreters
  • Vehicle Detailer
  • Diesel Fuel Specialist
  • Automotive Dealers

There are also significant career opportunities arising from new technologies and innovation including:

  • Advanced manufacturing and 3d printing for parts
  • Advanced driver assisted systems and sensor technology
  • Autonomous and semi-autonomous vehicles
  • New fuels, particularly hydrogen
  • Infrastructure for new fuels
  • Connecting vehicles and infrastructure
  • Waste management and recycling for automotive parts, particularly tyres, body and parts
  • Mobility solutions and last-mile transportation
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