Have you been interested in auto mechanic schools in New Hampshire?
The demand for brand new auto technicians is at a record high in New Hampshire, so the time is ideal to get started with your education in this challenging, growing field!
Learn how you can become an auto tech in New Hampshire!
Mechanic Schools in NH
This table shows all auto technician schools in New Hampshire that were approved by the NATEF at the start of 2016. Accredited programs have met the requirements for facilities and curriculum specified by the accrediting organization..
|Name of School||Address||Phone||Credential Offered|
|Lakes Region Community College||379 Belmont Rd.|
Laconia, NH 03246
|(603) 524-3207||Auto Series Programs|
|Manchester Community College||1066 Front St.|
Manchester, NH 03102
|(603) 668-6706||Auto Series Programs|
|Nashua Community College||505 Amherst St.|
Nashua, NH 03063
|(603) 882-6923||Auto Series Programs|
|White Mountains Community College||2020 Riverside Dr.|
Berlin, NH 03570
|(603) 342-3084||Auto Series Programs|
Is Auto Technician Certification Mandatory in New Hampshire?
Currently, auto tech certification isn’t required in New Hampshire.
Although auto technician certification is not at present compulsory in all states, the ASE is heading a movement to make it required for employment. Due to this happening, it is strongly advised that anybody thinking about becoming a surgical assisting professional should seek certification from the ASE.
Jobs & Salary
The tables just below reflect the projected employment and pay data for New Hampshire according to the most recent report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
|Auto Mechanic Employment||2012||2022||NH Pct. Change||U.S. Pct. Change|
|2014 Auto Mechanic Annual Salary||Low||Median||High|
The following auto mechanic programs in your area are now taking applications from new applicants.