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Interested in training for a new career path? Our trade school in Sacramento, CA, offers four industry-aligned trade programs. Learn more below.
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At our Sacramento campus, our labs feature industry-specific equipment that gives students hands-on lab experience to prepare for careers in a variety of industries from automotive and diesel to welding and HVACR.* For students interested in the automotive or diesel field, this campus also features a Roush Yates Power & Performance lab, where students learn to tear down and rebuild engines.
*HVACR Technician program coming to UTI Sacramento pending regulatory approval.
Engine service and repair, brake systems, power and performance — you’ll learn all of this and more in UTI’s 51-week Automotive Technology program.7
As a graduate from the Sacramento campus, you’ll earn an associate degree or certificate, depending on your chosen specialty. The skills you learn can prepare you to complete examinations to become ASE certified.
In the 45-week Diesel Technology program, your courses can equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to succeed as a diesel technician.1,7 Upon graduating from UTI Sacramento, you’ll earn a diploma or associate degree, depending on your chosen specialty. You will also be prepared to complete ASE examinations.
The 36-week Welding Technology program created with Lincoln Electric focuses on the four main arc welding types in the industry so graduates can be prepared to pursue careers as combination welders.
Learn how to service, repair and maintain the systems we rely on every day with HVACR training. In this 39-week program, you can gain the skills and hands-on experience necessary to work on a variety of systems related to heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration. Graduates will also be prepared to earn up to 3 professional credentials like the EPA 608 certification, valued by the industry.
Program coming to UTI Sacramento pending regulatory approval.
Prepare for the future of automotive technology at UTI Sacramento. Crafted with assistance from industry trailblazer Bosch, our hands-on Battery Electric Vehicle Technology course helps students develop the specialized skill set often needed to service electric vehicles and drive assemblies.
Still running “trade schools near me” searches? UTI Sacramento proudly serves the surrounding communities: Roseville, Davis, Folsom, Elk Grove, Vacaville, Fairfield, Citrus Heights, Woodland, West Sacramento and Rocklin.
Once you complete your core classes, you can build on your skill set with the specialized training program offered to gain the certifications and skills manufacturers want. UTI graduates who complete a Manufacturer-Specific Advanced Training (MSAT) program can expand their career options with this additional training.
See what credentials you can earn as a graduate from our Sacramento campus.
A graduate of UTI’s Automotive or Diesel programs accredited by the ASE Education Foundation can substitute his or her training for one year of work experience toward ASE’s two-year work requirement.
UTI Sacramento awards Associate of Occupational Studies (AOS) degrees to Automotive Technology II and Automotive/Diesel Technology II graduates. All other graduates receive diplomas.
Our vocational school is in the capital of California and located just minutes from all that the city has to offer, including the Golden 1 Center where the NBA’s Kings play. You could ride the many bike trails or have an adventure whitewater rafting down the American River.
4100 Duckhorn Drive    Sacramento, CA 95834 M-F | 8am-5pm | Hours Campus Tours     TU&TH | 10am, 2pm, 6pm     W | 10am & 2pm     F&SAT | 10am & 1pm
Take a look around at some of the tools and equipment that make our Sacramento campus unique.