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In this program, you'll learn how to diagnose, maintain and repair domestic and foreign automobiles. You will also find out how to troubleshoot problems of all kinds, using the latest engine analyzers, handheld scanners and other computerized diagnostic equipment. You'll learn everything from basic engine systems to computerized fuel injection, anti-lock brakes, passenger restraint systems, computerized engine controls and much more.

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If you have the passion to transform something good-as-gone into something good-as-new, you’re ready for UTI’s Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology (CRRT) program. Our ASE-certified instructors and UTI’s curriculum developed in close partnership with ICAR, will teach you the hands-on skills needed to reshape and restore a wide range of vehicles.

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In UTI’s Diesel & Industrial Technology program, you’ll get hands-on training with trucks and equipment from such manufacturers as Caterpillar, Cummins, Daimler Trucks of North America and International. Today’s diesel engines, commercial vehicles and heavy-equipment systems are highly sophisticated, with advanced computer controls and electronic functions.

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If you love the water and are in search of a great career, then you belong at Marine Mechanics Institute (MMI). Through a combination of classroom instruction, demonstrations and hands-on work in the lab, you’ll diagnose, service, and repair marine mechanical systems using current technology and equipment. Work with some of the best marine brands in the world, on everything from inboard gas and diesel engines to outboard 2-stroke and 4-stroke motors.

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Street bikes, sport bikes, dirt bikes - Motorcycle Mechanics Institute (MMI) has them all. You will learn motorcycle theory, engine troubleshooting and diagnosis, drivability, and performance testing on the best brands in the industry. MMI’s training curriculum is designed to meet the needs of a changing industry, working with manufacturers to make sure that your training applies directly to the work in the field, making MMI your best house for training as a motorcycle technician.

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Put yourself to the test in the only training program in the country that’s sponsored and endorsed by NASCAR! You’ll learn everything you need to know to work on a wide variety of vehicles as part of our core training. Then you can add NASCAR specific courses to lean racing fundamentals from engines, fabrication and welding to aerodynamics and pit crew essentials.

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From mass-produced car parts to precision parts used in aviation, CNC (computer numeric controlled) machinists can make a variety of products. NASCAR Tech’s CNC Machining Technology program will teach you a wide range of skills — programming and operating CNC lathes and mills to reading blueprints and interpreting geometric dimensioning — as well as continuous improvement practices to make you an innovative, effective and efficient machinist.

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All across America, you’ll find welders at work in all types of places: shops, bridges, highways, buildings, schools, pipelines, power plants, refineries and even spacecraft manufacturers. UTI’s Welding Technology program will prepare students for American Welding Society certification and provide hands-on training through curriculum built in collaboration with Lincoln Electric, a global leader in the welding industry.

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  • Collision Repair
  • Diesel
  • Marine
  • Motorcycle
  • NASCAR
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  • Welding
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Automotive

In this program, you'll learn how to diagnose, maintain and repair domestic and foreign automobiles. You will also find out how to troubleshoot problems of all kinds, using the latest engine analyzers, handheld scanners and other computerized diagnostic equipment. You'll learn everything from basic engine systems to computerized fuel injection, anti-lock brakes, passenger restraint systems, computerized engine controls and much more.

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*Approximately 9,100 of the 9,700 UTI graduates in 2015 were available for employment. At the time of reporting, approximately 8,000 were employed within one year of their graduation date, for a total of 88%. Per UTI's accreditor's reporting standards, this rate excludes graduates in the following classifications: continuing education, active military service deployment, a health condition that prevents employment, incarceration, international students who have returned to their country of origin, or death. This rate includes graduates employed in positions that were obtained before or during their UTI education, where the primary job duties after graduation align with the educational and training objectives of the program. UTI cannot guarantee employment or salary. UTI graduates' achievements may vary. Some programs may require longer than one year to complete. Not all programs are NATEF accredited. Program starts vary by campus. Financial aid and scholarships are available to those who qualify. Awards vary due to specific conditions, criteria and state. For information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program and other important information, visit our website at www.uti.edu/disclosure.
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