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Discussion in 'Tesla, Inc.' started by satsurfs, Apr 21, 2014.

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  1. satsurfs

    satsurfs New Member

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    I am starting to become a Telsa enthusiasts I have been following the news , reading through forums and checking the car features . My aim is to eventually buy a car and hopefully do the maintenance of this car as a Tesla Employee. I wanted to ask how should I approach the service centres in Canada to teach me the maintenance of the car . I am willing to work for free (part-time) as I am already committed to a job in my profession . Working for Tesla would be my hobby for the time being and also a way for me to show my passion .

    I wanted to ask you all- is this a good idea ? If YES then how should I apporach the service centre ? That particular service centre doesnt have any openings right now . I don't want to sound desperate but I genuinely wanted to learn about the car from the service centre and thats why I am willing to learn for free. My way of being a real enthusiasts by working for the company and also aiming to buy a car! (Economy verison when it comes out in 2-3 years)


    If NO -- Then what should I do to learn about the car inside out and learn about its maintenance . What should my next strategy be ? I am in reliability field and I know how reliability has all this collaboration with maintenance . So I am the right guy to learn about its maintenance , knowing the principle core principles .

    Againg I don't want to sound desperate but I might look desperate as I would approach the service centre for an apprenticeship. Please advise .
     
  2. satsurfs

    satsurfs New Member

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    I am starting to become a Telsa enthusiasts I have been following the news , reading through forums and checking the car features . My aim is to eventually buy a car and hopefully do the maintenance of this car as a Tesla Employee. I wanted to ask how should I approach the service centres in Canada to teach me the maintenance of the car . I am willing to work for free (part-time) as I am already committed to a job in my profession . Working for Tesla would be my hobby for the time being and also a way for me to show my passion .

    I wanted to ask you all- is this a good idea ? If YES then how should I apporach the service centre ? That particular service centre doesnt have any openings right now . I don't want to sound desperate :redface:but I genuinely wanted to learn about the car from the service centre and thats why I am willing to learn for free. My way of being a real enthusiasts by working for the company and also aiming to buy a car! (Economy verison when it comes out in 2-3 years) :cool:


    If NO -:crying:- Then what should I do to learn about the car inside out and learn about its maintenance :confused:. What should my next strategy be ? I am in reliability field and I know how reliability has all this collaboration with maintenance . So I am the right guy to learn about its maintenance , knowing the principle core principles .

    Againg I don't want to sound desperate but I might look desperate as I would approach the service centre for an apprenticeship. Please advise .
     
  3. Doug_G

    Doug_G Lead Moderator

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    Tesla Motors hires experienced mechanics who have worked for other companies, and trains them to work on their products. They spend weeks in Fremont for this training. There is a significant cost associated with that. I sincerely doubt they would make that available to anyone other than full time employees.
     

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