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Trade & Vocational School in Orlando, FL

TRAIN AT UNIVERSAL TECHNICAL INSTITUTE IN ORLANDO

Our UTI Orlando trade school campus has labs dedicated to our Automotive Technology, Diesel Technology, and Automotive & Diesel technology programs. Beyond that, we have three additional labs that feature Manufacturer-Specific Advanced Training with BMW, Ford and the DTNA Finish First program.

2 programs Number of core programs
3 specialties Number of specialized training programs
105,075 Square feet of campus area
27 labs Number of lab spaces
2004 Year campus was built

CORE PROGRAMS OFFERED

Core programs can give you the foundational skills to help you prepare for a career as an automotive or diesel technician.1 Choose to work on consumer or commercial vehicles. Either way, UTI provides the training you need.

Automotive Mechanic Training in Orlando, FL

In the 51-week Automotive Technology program, you’ll learn how to work on everything from simple engine systems to power and performance machines. As a graduate from UTI Orlando's technical school, you earn an associate degree or diploma, depending on your chosen specialty, and will be prepared to test for ASE certifications.

Diesel Mechanic Training in Orlando, FL

Students in the 45-week Diesel Technology program complete courses on a variety of topics, from diesel hydraulic systems to preventive maintenance. Upon graduation, you'll earn a diploma or associate degree, depending on your chosen specialty. You are also prepared to test for ASE certification.

CORE PROGRAMS START EVERY THREE WEEKS

GET YOUR ASSOCIATE DEGREE

UTI Orlando awards Occupational Associate Degree (OAD) degrees to:

Automotive Technology II

Automotive & Diesel Technology II

Automotive Technology II + 1 Industry Emphasis (Ford FACT)

Diesel Technology II + 1 Industry Emphasis (DTNA Finish First)

Automotive & Diesel Technology II + 1 Industry Emphasis (Ford FACT) graduates

All other graduates receive diplomas. For details on programs that grant an OAD, see the course catalog.

START YOUR ASE CERTIFICATION

A graduate of UTI’s ASE Education Foundation-accredited automotive and diesel programs can substitute his or her training for one year of work experience toward ASE’s two-year work requirement.

UTI ORLANDO LOCATION

UTI Orlando's trade school offers automotive and diesel technician training programs. Campus tours are available daily with no appointment needed. Why wait?

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AUTOMOTIVE & DIESEL CAMPUS LOCATION

2202 West Taft Vineland Road
   Orlando, FL 32837

M-F | 8am-5pm | Hours
Campus Tours
     TU&TH | 10am, 2pm, 6pm
     W | 10 am & 2 pm
     F&SAT | 10am & 1pm


407-240-2422 | Campus
800-834-7308 | Admissions
866-247-1928 |  Financial Aid
800-342-9253 |  Student Services
321-281-9740 |  Career Services

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TOUR OUR UTI ORLANDO CAMPUS

Our Orlando campus features shops, labs and classrooms, including two chassis dynamometers, an engine dyno and our transmission dyno.

HELPING YOU EVERY STEP OF THE WAY

At UTI Orlando, we want our students to have everything they need to pursue a career as an automotive or diesel technician. Here are just some of the ways we try to help:

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HOUSING ASSISTANCE

We team with Compass Rose to help students who are relocating find affordable shared or individual housing near campus. Click here for more information.

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CAREER SERVICES

UTI has local Career Advisors at each campus to assist you with your search for a part-time job that could help you cover living expenses while you attend school.1 Contact Career Services for more information.

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FINANCIAL AID

We work with you to find scholarships, grants and other financial assistance in order to help qualified students with their expenses.10 Contact our Financial Aid department for more information.

UPCOMING EVENTS

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

  • What is the classroom learning like?

    UTI follows a blended learning model, which includes a mix of online instructor-led training with hands-on application in the lab.18 This type of training is modeled after what’s used in the industry today and can provide more flexibility for students.

    UTI’s core programs follow this style, except for Welding, Collision Repair & Refinish Technology, and CNC Machining. These programs follow a hands-on learning model.

  • Are academic classes such as math, science or English required?

    While not separate classes, math and science aligned with the learning skills are incorporated into the course teachings, along with industry terminology that technicians need to succeed.

  • Are students required to have experience in order to attend?

    No, our curriculum does not require prior experience and is specifically designed to teach the skills necessary to pursue a career as a entry-level technician.

  • What credentials will I hold when I graduate?

    Graduates earn either a diploma or Associate in Occupational Studies (AOS) degree, depending on the program and campus, with the possibility of additional credentials.

  • Can students work while attending UTI?

    Yes, students can work and attend school if needed. Our Career Services team can help identify local job openings based on a student’s schedule.