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MIAT Houston will merge with UTI Houston in 2024. We'll streamline program offerings and offer enhanced support services to improve the training experience.
Looking for skilled trades training in the Houston area? MIAT College of Technology offers Airframe and Powerplant, Energy, Robotics & Automation, HVACR, and Non-Destructive Testing training right here in Houston. These programs are designed to get you career-ready, equipping you with the knowledge and skills these industries require.1
MIAT’s Airframe and Powerplant Technician training program is designed to provide the hands-on training and skills required to pursue a career as an aviation technician.80
Our Wind Power Technician training program teaches students hands-on skills for a career in the innovative energy industry. From wind turbine operation to renewable energy sources, they'll be equipped with the knowledge they need.1
Our Industrial Maintenance Technician training helps give students the skills to make repairs and maintenance on all kinds of machines. Prepare for a career in many sectors, from gas to coal to solar and nuclear.1
In the Robotics & Automation program, you’ll train in industry-inspired facilities. Your courses will cover a variety of topics, including electrical design and troubleshooting, hydraulics, pneumatics and mechanical systems, industrial networking and more.
This training program is designed for students wanting to become heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) technicians. As you go through your training, you’ll learn skills that can be applied to a variety of career paths.1
In this program, you’ll learn critical non-destructive testing technician techniques, including visual penetrant, eddy current, magnetic particle, ultrasound and radiography. As a graduate, you’ll have skills that can be applied to many different industries, such as aviation, power generation and manufacturing.1
There’s a lot to do in the Houston area, making it a great place to call home while you train. Downtown Houston, Lake Conroe, the NASA Johnson Space Center and many of Houston’s other attractions are within driving distance of the campus.
533 Northpark Central Drive
Houston, TX 77073
888-547-7047 | Campus
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