There are jobs to take in the motor vehicle technical control sector! And not just a little. Until the May 2018 reform, candidates had to justify a CAP (or a BEP in mechanics or bodywork followed by 5 years of experience) to access training for the profession of technical controller. Repairers already in activity were integrated if they provided proof of more than 10 years of experience in the field. But since May 2018, the prerequisites have gone up to level of the professional automotive baccalaureate or the automotive after-sales BTS. This discourages a good number of vocations among young French people, who are no doubt unaware that the engineering degree is required in Germany to exercise the same profession.
Especially since with a sum of 26.685 euros, the average annual salary of the technical inspector is not a dream. It tends to remain below the average for auto repair trades, at 28,657 euros (according to data from the Observatory of the Automotive Services branch which dates back to 2015).
The job of technical controller lacks recognition
To awaken vocations, the networks of centers of technical control centers meet young students in vocational schools. Thus the DEKRA Automotive network, which is