Apply to local motorcycle repair shops or look for apprenticeships on job search websites such as our find an apprenticeship website.
Apprenticeships are offered at several levels, so determine which ones you are eligible for based on your education.
An apprenticeship will enable you to work alongside and learn from highly certified and experienced mechanics. This programme combines on-the-job training with some of the duties of a motorcycle mechanic.
Certification or an industry-recognized qualification will be provided upon completion of specified on-the-job training and apprenticeships.
If you lack the appropriate academic qualifications, apply directly to motorcycle maintenance or repair firms to see if you can work as a mechanic for them.
If you have a strong and proven mechanical repair history and are familiar with engines, this might be a fantastic option to get started without having to go through all classroom-based training. Maybe you’ve spent years fiddling with bikes or autos, or perhaps you spend every summer and school holiday helping your Uncle with his motor repair company. In any event, if you can show that you have the essential knowledge and competence, you may be able to get a job as a motorbike mechanic straight away.