Nicholas Robinson

Diesel Mechanic

Diesel Mechanics work on heavy vehicles such as buses. They use state of the art technology as the vehicles they operate on are constantly evolving. Day to day work involves everything from diagnosing problems, fixing engines, working with computers, general tuning, ordering parts and dealing with suppliers, managers, other tradespeople and drivers. Mechanics are often involved in mentorship or apprenticeship programs as well.

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Bus Industry Confederation

Bus Industry Confederation

The Bus Industry Confederation is Australia's peak organisation representing the interests of the bus and coach industry. This encompasses bus operators, suppliers and associated businesses.

Its members carry more than one billion passengers annually in Australia and manufactures over 1200 buses every year.

BIC is recognised as a leading proponent of growth in travel by public transport.

BIC believes public transport is an effective way to reduce the economic, social and environmental costs associated with excessive use of the private car for personal and business travel.

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