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Auto body workers specialize in repairing damaged vehicle bodies and restoring them to pristine condition. They work on all types of vehicles, from small and mid-sized cars and vans to large trucks and buses, repairing the damage that may be caused by regular wear and tear or by accidents. In larger workshops, an auto body worker may be assigned only one aspect of a repair job but in smaller workshops, they are often responsible for completing the entire job on their own. This may include removing all dents, smoothening the surface and preparing it for painting and also completing the paint job.
Enrolling in a relevant training program in a technical school is one way to learn the basic skills necessary for an auto body worker but it may not be enough to get hired. You will have to complete an apprenticeship to learn and hone the practical skills associated with this role. Auto body workers must have excellent manual dexterity, good hand-eye coordination and strong mechanical skills in addition to thorough knowledge and understanding of the structure of different types of vehicles.
The most important thing the interviewer will want to know at the interview is about your experience. They will want to know how much practical experience you've had with repairing and restoring vehicles. Also, what type of vehicles have you worked on and what work did you do? Did you work independently to restore the vehicle from start to finish or did you attend to only one specific area? Knowing some of the more commonly asked questions will help you answer more confidently at the interview. Reading through mock interview questions can help immensely.