What's it like to be a Field Service Technician?
Field Service Technicians are mobile repair and service providers. They often work with products that can’t be easily transported because of their size or interconnectivity with other systems. Field Service Technicians often service home-based equipment, such as appliances, televisions, security systems, air conditioners and computers. They also sometimes work on heavy equipment, such as farm equipment, diesel engines, factory machines and computer networks.
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How to become a Field Service Technician
- If you’re interested in heating and cooling, consider a Certificate III in Air-conditioning and Refrigeration (UEE32211).
- If you’re interested in electrical servicing, you’ll need to complete a Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician (UEE30811).
- You could also consider mechanical engineering. You’ll need to complete a Certificate III in Engineering - Mechanical Trade (MEM30205).
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