International competition for students of
secondary technical schools


Young Car Mechanic is an international competition for students of secondary technical schools. It’s main goal is to popularize the profession of a car mechanic among young people, to exchange experience and teaching practices and to find young talents in the field of vehicle mechanics. We encourage you to compete at the national stages of the competition and look at the profession of a car mechanic and its education from a completely new perspective.

National stages
The competition will be divided into four stages.

The first, second and third stage of the competition will take place in the native countries of the participant. Stage IV – the international finals will be organized in Poland.

The first stage will be completed until the end of March, 2020 in the form of a written test, carried out at the level of each school entered for the competition. During this stage, a minimum of 2 best students will be appointed from each school.

The second stage will be held until April 16, 2020. The winners of the first stage will compete in a written test. The top 8 students from each country will join the third stage of the competition – the National Finals.

The third stage – the National Finals will consist in the performance of practical tasks and will be held until May 30, 2020.

Winners of the Young Car Mechanic competition – the winners of the national finals from each country participating in the competition, will go to the fourth stage – the International Finals.

International final
The invitation to participate in the great International Finals will be awarded to 1 Young Mechanics who will get the best scores during the national finals. At the last, international stage of the competition, they will meet their competitors from other countries. Everyone will solve practical tasks on cars and training models.

The scope of subjects at each stage of the competition and in the great finals includes:

β€’ engine
β€’ power supply systems
β€’ drive system
β€’ vehicle suspension and geometry
β€’ brake system
β€’ steering system
β€’ supporting systems
β€’ active and passive safety systems
β€’ diagnosis of motor vehicles
β€’ tires and TPMSΒ 

The International Finals will take place in Poland on June 27 & 28, 2020 and will involve practical tasks.

See how the competition is going in your country.