Fabrication & Fleet Operation/Maintenance

Assess the knowledge and skills of specialized maintenance technicians

What level job you are testing for?

  • Apprentice – No previous training required
  • Trainee – Candidate has 2-3 years of training; requires another 1-2 years of training
  • Journey – Candidate has 2-5 years of training and/or experience

For Fabrication:

To assess a person’s ability to learn mechanical concepts, consider:

Mechanical Aptitude

For Computer Numerical Control (CNC) operators above entry-level but below journey-level, consider:

CNC Trainee

To assess a potential CNC operator’s knowledge and skills, consider:

CNC Test

To assess machining knowledge and skills, consider:

Machinist

Machinist (Short Form)

To assess welding knowledge and skills for maintenance workers, consider:

Welder, Repair and Maintenance

To assess welding knowledge and skills for production workers, consider:

WeldTest

To assess print reading and CAD knowledge and skills, consider:

Drafter (CAD Operator)

To assess injection molding knowledge and skill, consider:

Injection Molding Mechanic

To assess knowledge and skill in sheet metal working, consider:

Sheet Metal Worker

For Fleet Operations/Maintenance:

To assess a person’s ability to learn mechanical concepts, consider:

Mechanical Aptitude

To assess a person’s knowledge of how to operate mobile and related equipment safely and effectively, consider:

Mobile Equipment Operator

To assess a person’s knowledge and skills regarding maintaining and repairing mobile equipment, consider:

Mobile Equipment Mechanic

To assess knowledge and skills for auto mechanics, consider:

Auto Technician

To assess knowledge and skills for diesel engine mechanics, consider:

Diesel Mechanic

Bus Mechanic (Diesel Mechanic test plus 10 questions regarding safety and comfort)