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Equipment Mechanic (Fitter General)

The Role:

As an Equipment Mechanic, your job will involve servicing, maintaining and repairing some of the Army's huge range of mechanical equipment. You will become well versed in all engineer workshop practices and will gain a working knowledge of petrol and diesel engines, generators, pumps and vehicle/plant transmission systems.

In short, there's very little an Equipment Mechanic won't be able to do after training, and your skills will be vital for a vast range of military engineering projects.

The Skills:

As an Equipment Mechanic, you will learn to maintain, repair and service a wide variety of equipment and vehicles used by the military. You will also learn about engineer drawings and health and safety regulations. You will also gain Category B and C+E driving licences.


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