Audio video mechanics have the skills and expertise necessary to install, adjust, and repair all types of audio and video equipment. This could include stereo systems, television receivers, video systems, camcorders, and other electronic home entertainment equipment. They may work in the service center or at customers' residences.
To become an audio video mechanic you need to complete a vocational program in communications systems installation and repair technology or a related field. Audio video mechanics must have good hand-eye coordination and good trouble-shooting skills. They must be prepared to update their knowledge in order to be able to work on the latest models of audio and video equipment.
The interviewer will ask you questions to gauge your job knowledge and your interest in audio and video equipment. They will want to know what type of equipment you have worked on and whether you are prepared to enroll in programs to stay up to date with technological advancements. If you are looking for more help for your interview, check out Mock Questions. Here you will find a list of questions that are commonly asked at audio video mechanic interviews.