Usually, fleet mechanics don't need a college education. The most common degree for fleet mechanics is associate degree with 35% graduates, with only 34% fleet mechanic graduates earning high school diploma. Fleet mechanics who decided to graduate from college often finish University of Northwestern Ohio or Washington College. Some good skills to have in this position include customer-service skills, detail oriented and dexterity.
To succeed in fleet mechanic careers it is a good idea to earn popular professional certifications among fleet mechanics like, Air Conditioning Service Certification, EPA Amusement Operators Safety Certification (EPA), or Mechanical Inspector Certification (CMI). To improve fleet mechanic qualification and skills, we prepared some online courses to help in fleet mechanic education paths.