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At our Rancho Cucamonga campus, we prepare students for careers in the transportation, energy, and manufacturing industries.1 From automotive, diesel, and welding to wind power, robotics and automation, and industrial maintenance, there are a variety of training paths to choose from.
The 51-week Automotive Technology program is designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to pursue a career as an auto technician. In order to keep pace with today's industry, the program includes the Battery Electric Vehicle Technology course where you'll train with the specialized tools, technologies and equipment currently used to diagnose and service electric vehicles.* Graduates of the UTI Rancho Cucamonga program earn an associate degree and are prepared to complete examinations to become ASE certified.
Students in the 45-week Diesel Technology program dive into all things diesel, from engine service and repair to electronic systems and technology. Upon completion of the program, you'll earn a diploma or associate degree, depending on your chosen specialty. You will also be prepared to complete ASE examinations.
Created in conjunction with Lincoln Electric, the 36-week Welding Technology program covers four different welding processes to prepare you as a combination welder. As a graduate, you’ll earn a diploma.
The Wind Turbine Technician training program is designed to equip students with the knowledge and hands-on skills needed to become wind technicians. Students learn everything from advanced electrical theory to renewable energy sources, wind turbine operation, and climb and rescue to prepare for a career in this innovative field.
Students in the Industrial Maintenance program learn to work on the machinery that powers many different industries, from coal and gas to solar and nuclear. They take courses on DC and AC basic electricity, industrial heating and cooling, steam and gas turbines, boiler operations, and much more.
In the Robotics & Automation program, students take courses on a variety of topics, including 3D design and manufacturing, industrial networking, and digital electronics and circuits. This equips them with a diverse skill set to build on in the field.
Now’s a great time to get started on your training. A career in the trades might be closer than you think!