YOUR CAREER AS A SUCCESSFUL SERVICE TECH BEGINS WITH...
FREE CATERPILLAR TRAINING
All the courses are virtual (computer-based). You can take the courses from home, from school, from a library or from anywhere you have a decent Internet connection. The curriculum consists of 18 courses: four Introductory courses, ten Level 1 courses and four Level 2 courses. Get started now and begin a new and exciting journey!
Go ahead. Get Started. It's completely free. And, upon successful completion, you will be able to print out a certificate of completion. You can use your newly acquired knowledge and your certificate of completion in the market place to improve your chances of landing a technician’s job in the auto, trucking or heavy equipment field.
The technical careers are more and more needed and valued all over the world. Many companies, like Cat dealers, offer competitive salary, exciting development opportunities and interesting career paths. If you have the right skills, and a desire to be the best you can be, you can enjoy a great future starting as a service technician.
Technicians for North America, also known as T4NA is an absolutely free online program for those seeking a new and exciting career as a service technician. Technicians for North America is sponsored by Caterpillar, the global leader in construction and mining equipment, and by leading North American Cat Dealers.
In just 3-6 months you can achieve your Certificate of Completion and begin an exciting journey towards a possible career as a well paid and highly valued service technician in the automotive, trucking or heavy equipment industry.
WHAT SERVICE TECHS SAY
Field Service Technician
"Learning is a powerful and constant opportunity as a Cat technician."
Shop Service Technician
"There's plenty to learn-the information is astonishing."
"We're looking for well-rounded people--and they can go as far up as they want."
Go ahead! Click the Get Started button and begin your journey to an exciting and successful career as a qualified Service Technician!
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