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Students can take elective courses developed in conjunction with leading automotive, diesel and motorcycle manufacturers. Manufacturer-specific training is also included in our marine program. Courses are developed with manufacturers and industry organizations, offering an ideal way to train as you prepare for a career as a technician.
We have relationships with thousands of dealerships, local shops, and independent businesses. Many of them attend on campus job fairs at our trade schools to recruit our students. Some even conduct interviews on the spot. There are also organizations that offer hiring incentives ranging from student loan repayment to tool purchase assistance.14
Technology is constantly evolving and our relationships with aftermarket companies help ensure that the technology students use in our lab is the same that technicians are using out in the field. From premium tools from Snap-on all the way to advanced CNC machining hardware, our students have access to state-of-industry technology.
Our industry relationships give students access to state-of-the-industry technology being used in the field today.
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14) Incentive programs and employee eligibility are at the discretion of the employer and available at select locations. Special conditions may apply. Talk to potential employers to learn more about the programs available in your area. UTI is an educational institution and cannot guarantee employment or salary.
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