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Technical School in Dallas/Fort Worth, TX

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TRAIN AT UTI IN DALLAS/FORT WORTH, TX

Our UTI Dallas/Fort Worth campus features nearly 60,000 square feet of training space for our core programs, which include the Automotive, Diesel and Welding technology programs. Additionally, UTI Dallas/Fort Worth offers the Peterbilt Motors Company Manufacturer-Specific Advanced Training program.15

59,056 sq ft Square feet of campus area
3 programs Number of core programs
28 Number of classrooms & labs on campus
2010 Year campus opened

CORE PROGRAMS OFFERED

At our Dallas/Fort Worth campus, students get hands-on experience in our Automotive Technology and Diesel Technology programs as they learn to diagnose, maintain and repair today's sophisticated vehicles. Our Welding Technology program helps prepare students with the skills they need to learn to weld and pursue a career as a welder.1

Automotive Mechanic Training in Dallas/Fort Worth, TX

In the 51-week Automotive Technology program, you’ll learn everything from simple engine systems to power and performance machines. As a graduate from the Dallas/Fort Worth campus, you earn an associate degree and are prepared to test for ASE certification.

Diesel Mechanic Training in Dallas/Fort Worth, TX

From truck brakes and chassis to diesel engines and fuel systems, UTI’s 45-week Diesel Technology program is designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to start a career as a diesel technician. Upon graduation, you earn a diploma and are prepared to complete exams to become ASE certified.

Welding Training in Dallas/Fort Worth, TX

In the 36-week Welding Technology training program, you’ll learn four different welding processes. You'll also have the opportunity to train with VRTEX® virtual welders to practice your welding technique in a simulated environment. As a graduate, you earn a diploma and are prepared to test for welding certifications from organizations like the American Welding Society.

CORE PROGRAMS START EVERY THREE WEEKS

SPECIALTY TRAINING PROGRAMS OFFERED AT UTI DALLAS/FORT WORTH

After completion of a core program, you can apply for Manufacturer-Specialized Advanced Training that can give you the brand-specific training you need to pursue a career with companies like Peterbilt.

EARN YOUR EDUCATION HERE

See what credentials you can earn as a student at our UTI Dallas/Fort Worth campus.

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.

GET YOUR ASSOCIATE DEGREE

UTI Dallas/Fort Worth awards Associate of Occupational Studies (AOS) degrees to Automotive Technology II and Automotive/Diesel Technology II graduates. All other graduates receive diplomas.

GET YOUR DIPLOMA

UTI awards diplomas to graduates of our Automotive and Diesel technician training programs, as well as our Welding program.

UTI DALLAS/FORT WORTH CAMPUS LOCATION

Our campus offers automotive, diesel and welding technology training near major attractions around Dallas and Fort Worth. Guided campus tours are available.

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AUTOMOTIVE, DIESEL & WELDING CAMPUS LOCATION

5151 Regent Boulevard
   Irving, TX 75063

M-F | 8am-5pm | Hours
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972-505-2200 | Campus
800-834-7308 | Admissions
877-873-1084 |  Financial Aid
800-504-8786 |  Student Services
469-442-2390 |  Career Services

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TAKE A TOUR OF OUR CAMPUS

As the fourth largest metropolitan area in the United States, our campus location is close to attractions like Texas Motor Speedway, Toyota Motor North America headquarters, Summit Racing and major sports teams. Take a tour of UTI Dallas/Fort Worth to see what sets us apart from other vocational schools.

HELPING YOU EVERY STEP OF THE WAY

At UTI Dallas/Fort Worth, students are our priority. Here are just some of the ways we strive to support you:

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HOUSING ASSISTANCE

We team with Collegiate Housing Services to help students who are relocating find affordable shared or individual housing near campus. Contact Housing Services 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

UTI offers scholarships, grants and a host of other relocation assistance services.10 Speak to your admission representative for more information.

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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. 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 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 certifications 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 certifications.

  • 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.