Diesel & Industrial

TECHNOLOGY TRAINING PROGRAM

Diesel technicians are in high demand, and they’re rewarded with competitive pay and a variety of work environments. If you’re ready for a career working on some of the most powerful machines out there, UTI’s Diesel & Industrial Technology program is ready to work for you.

Partnerships

Industry’s Choice

We're proud to say: the world's top brands choose UTI for technician training. They choose us for the quality of our programs and for the quality of our graduates. If you’re serious about working in the auto industry, UTI is the direct line to top manufacturers.

Instructors

Experience and Expertise

UTI offers the best in hands-on classes taught by expert instructors in state-of-the-industry facilities. From hard work to know-how, our students are equipped industry-ready.

Program Overview

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.

When it comes to learning how to work on some of the biggest engines out there, there’s no better choice than UTI. Our 45-week* Diesel & Industrial Technology program has been chosen by the world’s top manufacturers to prepare you to work on everything from big trucks and corporate fleets to farm equipment and oil rigs. The biggest names in diesel choose UTI’s graduates to keep their engines running.

Your courses will include:

  • Diesel Engines
  • Diesel Fuel Systems
  • Truck Brakes & Chassis
  • Brakes
  • Climate Control
  • Hydraulic Applications
  • Electronic Technology
  • Transport Refrigeration
  • Truck Preventative Maintenance

Master Certified

UTI’s Diesel & Industrial Technology program is Master Certified by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF), a division of the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE).

Graduates of Diesel & Industrial Technology program are well prepared to complete ASE examinations and can substitute their training for one year of the two years of work experience required to become ASE Certified.

ASE Certified
* At the Rancho Cucamonga campus, the program may be 60 weeks.

Program Overview

Do you want to open even more doors for endless opportunities throughout your career? If so, you should consider UTI’s Auto + Diesel & Industrial program.

UTI’s Auto + Diesel & Industrial Technology program combines all of the courses from our Automotive Technology program plus our Diesel & Industrial Technology program, allowing you to master each of these fields and increase your value to potential employers.

With the knowledge you gain through this extensive 75-week** program, you will have the opportunity to work on foreign and domestic cars and trucks, buses and coaches, industrial equipment, fleet vehicles and much more. You will also be prepared to work in oil fields, agriculture and farming applications, the marine industry and everywhere diesel engines are found.

Your courses will include:

  • Automotive Engines & Repair
  • Power & Performance
  • Automatic Transmissions
  • Electronic Diagnostics
  • Diesel Fuel Systems
  • Hydraulic Applications
  • Transport Refrigeration
  • Advanced Diagnostic Systems
  • Professional Service Writing

Master Certified

UTI’s Automotive + Diesel & Industrial Technology program is Master Certified by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF), a division of the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE).

Graduates of the program are well prepared to complete ASE examinations and can substitute their training for one year of the two years of work experience required to become ASE Certified.

* Not all programs are NATEF accredited.
** At the Rancho Cucamonga campus, the program may be 75 weeks.

Manufacturer Specific Advanced Training (MSAT)

Industry Partners

Cummins
Cummins
Freightliner
Western Star
International

*Based on a comparison of graduates from core programs versus graduates taking one or more MSAT program between October 1, 2007 and September 30, 2011. Not all MSAT electives are available at all locations. See individual campus pages for MSAT elective availability.

Financial aid is assistance from government and private sources to students to help pay for their education costs. Most students utilize a combination of aid types, such as grants, scholarships, and student loans.

The financial aid process may feel time consuming, but we’re here to help you (and your parents) throughout the process.

UTI works with you to determine your financial aid eligibility and the aid amount available, given your financial situation. It's worth asking about. Most of UTI's former graduates have benefited from financial aid. But only those who apply may receive assistance.

Scholarship Funding

Amount UTI funds in scholarships and other sources of funding to our students annually.

UTI Gets You Ready to Work.

Our industry relationships and manufacturer programs have allowed us to build a nationwide network of companies looking to hire our graduates.

Because of this, 4 out of 5 of our graduates get jobs in their field of study.*

We have local employment specialists available at each campus to help you find employment while you’re in school. And, we have a centralized team that specializes in assisting graduates find jobs by building national relationships with dealers, distributors and other large employers across the country.**

We can help you with:

  • Professional resume development
  • Part-time employment assistance during school
  • Interview training techniques
  • A nationwide job database
  • On-campus interviews
  • Career development classes
  • Employer recruitment
  • Ongoing employment services

* Approximately 11,400 of the 12,200 UTI graduates in 2012 were available for employment. At the time of reporting, approximately 9,600 of those available were employed within one year of their graduation dates, for a total of 85%.
** UTI cannot guarantee employment or salary.

Catalog (1) 2014-2015

This catalog is for programs at the Rancho Cucamonga and Sacramento, California; Orlando, Florida; Lisle, Illinois; Norwood, Massachusetts; Exton, Pennsylvania; and Houston, Texas, campuses.

Catalog (2) 2014-2015

This catalog is for programs at the Avondale, Arizona; Sacramento, California; and Dallas, Texas campuses.

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