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With an education from UTI, you’re prepared to create your own path. The industry is filled with opportunities for technicians trained in the transportation industry and skilled
trades, which means UTI graduates are ready to pursue a variety of career options.1
Whether you aspire to enter the workforce immediately after graduation or further your education through specialized training, we’re here to provide you with the education, support and resources you need.
UTI’s core programs teach fundamental, high-demand skills you can take with you to enter a growing workforce. Whether you’re interested in automotive, diesel, motorcycle, marine, welding, collision repair or
CNC machining, you can gain the skills and experience today’s employers look for when hiring.
From start to finish, your training program will teach you the basics you need to know from the ground up. No prior experience is required! Every moment in the classroom and lab will be spent learning the skills you can use in the field.
Some programs can even be completed in less than a year.
After completing one of UTI’s Automotive Technology or Diesel Technology programs, Manufacturer-Specific Advanced Training (MSAT) programs are available to help students gain additional skills.15
Today’s employers look for technicians who understand the specifics of their technologies, and these programs offer students opportunities to train for careers specific to their favorite brands. The MSAT programs are created in conjunction with leading manufacturers, which is a reason why employers turn to UTI when hiring.
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1) UTI is an educational institution and cannot guarantee employment or salary.
2) For program outcome information and other disclosures, visit www.uti.edu/disclosures.
3) A total of 82% of UTI graduates in 2021 were employed within one year of their graduation date. This rate excludes graduates not available for employment because of continuing education, military service, health, incarceration, death or international student status. The rate includes graduates who completed manufacturer-specific advanced training programs and those 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 is an educational institution and cannot guarantee employment or salary.
7) Some programs may require longer than one year to complete.
14) Incentive programs and employee eligibility are at the discretion of the employer and available at select locations. Special conditions may apply. Talk to potential employers to learn more about the programs available in your area.
15) Manufacturer-paid advanced training programs are conducted by UTI on behalf of manufacturers who determine acceptance criteria and conditions. These programs are not part of UTI’s accreditation.
38) The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that total national employment in each of the following occupations by 2031 will be: Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics, 743,800; Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers, 434,900; Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists, 305,800; Automotive Body and Related Repairers, 156,800; and Computer Numerically Controlled Tool Operators, 147,600. See Table 1.2 Employment by detailed occupation, 2021 and projected 2031, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, www.bls.gov, viewed October 13, 2022. UTI is an educational institution and cannot guarantee employment or salary.
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