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In this program, you'll learn how to diagnose, maintain and repair domestic and foreign automobiles.
You will also find out how to troubleshoot problems of all kinds, using the latest engine analyzers,
handheld scanners and other computerized diagnostic equipment. You'll learn everything from basic
engine systems to computerized fuel injection, anti-lock brakes, passenger restraint systems,
computerized engine controls and much more.
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In UTI's Diesel Technology program, you’ll get hands-on training with trucks and equipment from such
manufacturers as Caterpillar, Cummins, Daimler Trucks of North America and International. Today’s
diesel engines, commercial vehicles and heavy-equipment systems are highly sophisticated, with
advanced computer controls and electronic functions.
All across America, you’ll find welders at work in all types of places: shops, bridges, highways,
buildings, schools, pipelines, power plants, refineries and even spacecraft manufacturers. UTI’s
Welding Technology program will prepare students for American Welding Society certification and
provide hands-on training through curriculum built in collaboration with Lincoln Electric, a
global leader in the welding industry.
From mass-produced car parts to precision parts used in aviation, CNC (computer numeric controlled)
machinists can make a variety of products. NASCAR Tech’s CNC Machining Technology program will
teach you a wide range of skills — programming and operating CNC lathes and mills to reading
blueprints and interpreting geometric dimensioning — as well as continuous improvement practices
to make you an innovative, effective and efficient machinist.
If you have the passion to transform something good-as-gone into something good-as-new, you’re ready
for UTI’s Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology (CRRT) program. Our ASE-certified instructors
and UTI’s curriculum developed in close partnership with ICAR, will teach you the hands-on skills
needed to reshape and restore a wide range of vehicles.
If you love the water and are in search of a career you’re passionate about, then you belong at Marine
Mechanics Institute (MMI). Through a combination of classroom instruction, demonstrations and
hands-on work in the lab, you’ll diagnose, service, and repair marine mechanical systems using
current technology and equipment. Work with some of the leading marine brands in the world, on
everything from inboard gas and diesel engines to outboard 2-stroke and 4-stroke motors.";
Street bikes, sport bikes, dirt bikes - Motorcycle Mechanics Institute (MMI) has them all. You will
learn motorcycle theory, engine troubleshooting and diagnosis, drivability, and performance testing
on the leading brands in the industry. MMI’s training curriculum is designed to meet the needs
of a changing industry, working with manufacturers to make sure that your training applies directly
to the work in the field, making MMI a great option for motorcycle technician training.
Put yourself to the test in the only training program in the country that’s sponsored and endorsed
by NASCAR! You’ll learn everything you need to know to work on a wide variety of vehicles as
part of our core training. Then you can add NASCAR-specific courses to learn racing fundamentals
from engines, fabrication and welding, to aerodynamics and pit crew essentials.
If you’re not sure which program interests you most or you’d like information on more than one, click “Next” below to answer a few questions and one of our Admissions Representatives will contact you. Our Admissions Reps are great at helping you find the program that is right for you.
In this program, you’ll gain skills that can be applied to aviation and a variety of technical career fields. You’ll start by taking general air science courses then move into a series of airframe and powerplant courses. You’ll have the opportunity to explore topics such as aircraft troubleshooting, hydraulics and pneumatics, powerplant lubrication systems and turbine engine operation, just to name a few.
Looking for a career in fields like aviation, industrial technology or renewable energy? The Aviation Maintenance Technology program may be for you. This training is designed to prepare students for entry-level careers with commercial airlines, corporate aviation, helicopters and even manufacturing. You’ll take a combination of airframe and powerplant courses to gain a comprehensive skill set you can build on.
Looking to gain skills that can be applied to a wide variety of industries? Consider a career as an energy technician. Your energy technology courses can prepare you to pursue careers in fields such as wind, coal, gas, and solar. This is a great option for those who are mechanically inclined and interested in the exciting world of energy technology.
Heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) technicians play an important role in our world today—especially as more energy-efficient equipment is released. This training program is designed to provide you with a well-rounded set of skills.
The energy industry relies on skilled industrial technicians to install, inspect, maintain and disassemble energy power plants, factory equipment and other types of industrial machinery. If a career in this field sounds exciting, consider training in the Industrial Maintenance Technician program. Graduates are prepared to pursue entry-level positions in many different fields, from gas and solar to power distribution and equipment repair.
Non-destructive testing (NDT) technicians utilize different testing methods to ensure products coming out of a factory meet the standard of quality set by the company. Students in this program learn critical NDT techniques, including visual penetrant, eddy current, magnetic particle, ultrasound and radiography. Upon graduation, you’ll have skills that can prepare you to pursue careers in industries like aviation, power generation, oil and gas and manufacturing.
Interested in robotics and automation technology? This training program will equip you gain a wide range of technical skills, including electrical design and troubleshooting, computer programming and coding, robotics and 3D printer concepts and hydraulics. Graduates can pursue careers as research and development technicians, robotics technicians and electromechanical technicians, just to name a few.
Nowadays, more and more emphasis is being placed on generating cost-efficient, environmentally friendly energy sources. The Wind Power Technician program is designed to equip you with the skills necessary to help you succeed in this field, including DC and AC electrical theory, hydraulics and gears, precision measuring and more.
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