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UTI offers three separate campus locations in California with program offerings ranging from automotive and diesel to welding and collision repair. Once you decide on the program of your choice, you can explore our trade school campus sites to see which location best fits your needs.
UTI’s Automotive Technology program is offered at three different campus locations in California: Long Beach, Rancho Cucamonga and Sacramento. In this 51-week program, you’ll take foundational courses that build your knowledge from the ground up, teaching you how to diagnose, maintain and repair different types of vehicles. From here, you can choose to move on to specialized training programs to take your knowledge to the next level.
The Diesel Technology program is available at all three campus locations in California. As a diesel student, you can learn diverse skills that apply to a wide range of industries including agriculture, oil, construction and anywhere diesel engines are found. Your courses will dive into topics like truck brakes and chassis, preventive maintenance, diesel engines, and much more, giving you a foundation of knowledge you can build on in the industry.
The Collision Repair & Refinish Technology (CRRT) program is offered at UTI’s Long Beach campus. In this specialized program, you can learn the skills needed to reshape and restore a wide range of vehicles. Our curriculum was developed with I-CAR, a leading brand in the industry, to equip you with the skills today’s industry requires. As a graduate, you can earn valuable I-CAR certificates to distinguish yourself as a technician.
The Welding Technology program is available at UTI’s Long Beach and Rancho Cucamonga campuses. If you have an eye for detail and love to express your creativity, this could be the program for you. As a welding student, you’ll learn about the procedures and equipment required to use four different welding processes. Throughout your 36-week program, you’ll complete hands-on training in the lab using cutting-edge equipment, including VRTEX® virtual welders.
Here are some places students enjoy spending their time away from campus:
California Automobile Museum: With more than 72,000 square feet of space, this museum has a collection of more than 150 unique cars, from the classics to muscle cars and even race cars.
Sacramento Zoo: With more than 140 different animals to look at from your local native wildlife to more exotic and endangered in nature, there's something to see for everyone.
Staples Center: From the NBA to NHL, concerts and other live events there's always something to see at this multi-purpose sports arena to keep you entertained.
Knott’s Berry Farm: Knott’s is a classic theme park filled with great rides and attractions It’s especially famous for Mrs. Knott’s fried chicken dinners.
Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park: This gorgeous 150-acres of outdoor activities includes two large lakes with access to fishing, paddle boats and even includes a swimming complex complete with water slides.
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