What It Takes
The UTI Difference: A Comprehensive Well-Rounded Approach
We know what it takes to succeed as a technician in today’s Industry and we’ve built our curriculum to deliver it.
At UTI, students focus their passion for the Industry into developing a highly skilled knowledge base. Theory is put into "hands-on" practice.
Each student develops a track record of success--built using the latest industry tools and technologies outfitted at every UTI state-of-the-industry campus.
At UTI, we’re committed to providing the tools of excellence--beyond the metal. Our success and reputation are built on it.
UTI grads are prepared for a successful technician career and beyond. At UTI, it’s more than being job ready–it’s about being career ready.
Students know being “career ready” means accomplishing the technical knowledge and acquiring the polish of professionalism skills. At UTI, our curriculum delivers both so students can reach optimal success in today’s marketplace.
In addition, each graduating UTI student must have at minimum:
- A valid motor vehicle operator’s license
- Clean driving record for 2-5 years
- Ability to pass a drug screen
- Possess a quantity of quality hand tools and a tool box for their storage
- A willingness to “pay your dues” as an entry-level technician
Professionalism Skills Set UTI Grads Apart
At UTI, we know it takes more than passion and skilled knowledge to succeed as a technician in today’s Industry. It takes top-notch Professionalism Skills too. The Industry itself is demanding it.
That’s why at UTI, developing Professionalism Skills is as important as teaching the basics of vehicle repair. Look to the right sidebar on this page to get a glimpse of the Professionalism skills a UTI graduate will command.
Ready to feed your passion and take on the challenge?
Whether you’re graduating from high school, changing careers or leaving the military, if you are ready and have what it takes for a successful career as a technician, then UTI is right for you. Talk with one of our Admissions representitives. You’ll be glad you did.
*In 2009, of the 10,100 new UTI graduates available for employment, approximately 8,200 were employed at the 12 month mark following their graduation, for a total of 81%. UTI cannot guarantee employment.