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Eric, have followed and learned from your videos for years, and just recently watched you video on dropping your ASE certification. My 17 YO granddaughter wants to be a mechanic. She is an honor role student who has been my “big helper” for many years. She is smarter and my physically capable then some boys her age. I know she could do anything and do it well, but if she wants to be a mechanic she should get qualified as a technical service tech that troubleshoots the technical issues in a car. I believe this requires an ASE cert but as an electrician the mechanic trades are a bit of mystery to me. What is her best course? Should she go to college that offers automotive service technical training? should she do an apprenticeship at a local garage and self study for an ASE cert (kinda like i did for my masters license) or is there another route i am unaware of?
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