Auto Mechanic Schools in Wisconsin

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Wisconsin has several schools that offer certificates for technicians or Associate of Applied Science Degrees (AAS) in Automotive Technology. Several communities have technical colleges that offer a variety of certifications and degrees, such as Gateway Technical College in Kenosha. Frequently, students in Wisconsin earn their AAS while working in the industry.

How to Get Certified in Wisconsin

Although the state does not require special licensing for mechanics, customers often seek out accredited repair personnel. Some institutes collaborate with car manufacturers and offer specialized training and certification, such as BMW STEP, Daimler Chrysler CAP, Ford ASSET, GM ASEP, Toyota T-TEN and others.

auto mechanic image1Salaries for Auto Mechanic Jobs in Wisconsin

According to the BLS May 2013 report, wages for auto repair and maintenance workers vary throughout the state. Here is a sampling of annual mean wages that the bureau collected, based on employer surveys:
Appleton: $34,460
Eau Claire: $33,430
Green Bay: $38,540
Madison: $38,160
Milwaukee-Waukesha-West Allis metropolitan area: $42,540
Eastern Wisconsin nonmetropolitan area: $33,940
Northern Wisconsin nonmetropolitan area: $33,940
South Central Wisconsin nonmetropolitan area: $34,280
Southwestern Wisconsin nonmetropolitan area: $29,780
West Central Wisconsin nonmetropolitan area: $34,570

The listed annual mean wages are an estimate of the typical wage in each area. Job applicants should survey several employers to learn what the high and low wages are. For example, the BLS reports that the low wage in Madison area is about $21,000 and the high is approximately $57,000. The Milwaukee area wages are between $22,000 and $66,000.


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More Auto Mechanic Schools in Wisconsin

Gateway Technical CollegeKenosha(262) 564-22003520 30th Avenue, Kenosha, WI
Milwaukee Area Technical CollegeMilwaukee(414) 297-6370700 West State Street, Milwaukee, WI
Fox Valley Technical CollegeAppleton(920) 735-56001825 North Bluemound Drive, Appleton, WI
Madison Area Technical CollegeMadison(608) 246-61002238 South Park Street, Madison, WI
Northeast Wisconsin Technical CollegeGreen Bay(920) 498-5400 2740 West Mason Street, Green Bay, WI
Chippewa Valley Technical CollegeEau Claire(715) 833-6200620 West Clairemont Avenue, Eau Claire, WI
Waukesha County Technical CollegePewaukee(262) 691-5566800 Main Street, Pewaukee, WI
Wisconsin Indianhead Technical CollegeShell Lake(715) 468-2815505 Pine Ridge Drive, Shell Lake, WI
Moraine Park Technical CollegeFond du Lac(920) 924-3207700 Gould Street, Beaver Dam, WI
Western Technical CollegeLa Crosse608) 785-9200400 7th Street North, La Crosse, WI
Nicolet Area Technical CollegeRhinelander(715) 365-44105364 College Drive, Rhinelander, WI
Northcentral Technical CollegeWausau(715) 675-33311000 West Campus Drive, Wausau, WI
Blackhawk Technical CollegeJanesville(608) 758-69006004 South County Road G, Janesville, WI
Lakeshore Technical CollegeCleveland(920) 693-10001290 North Avenue, Cleveland, WI
Southwest Wisconsin Technical CollegeFennimore(608) 822-32621800 Bronson Boulevard, Fennimore, WI
Mid - State Technical CollegeWisconsin Rapids(715) 422-5300 500 32nd Street North, Wisconsin Rapids, WI