WyoTech's history began in June 1966 when 22 students from Wyoming and surrounding states started their careers in Automotive Technology in Laramie, Wyoming. Since then, WyoTech has graduated over 26,000 students from across the nation and several foreign countries.
A significant milestone was reached when WyoTech opened its doors in the spring of 2002 for training in the automotive and collision/refinishing industries at a branch campus located in Blairsville, Pennsylvania.
The WyoTech Blairsville campus received its initial accreditation in October 2001 and has received approval from 48 state governing authorities. WyoTech has maintained a policy of constantly upgrading facilities and courses to meet the growing demands of the automotive, diesel, and collision/refinishing industries.
Blairsville is a close-knit community of approximately 4,000 citizens nestled in the Conemaugh River Valley with the Conemaugh River forming 180 degrees of the town's perimeter border. Blairsville is rich in history as one of the vital transportation links between Philadelphia and Pittsburgh that facilitated the settling of this great nation in it's infancy.
Throughout its history, WyoTech has kept its instructors abreast of the latest techniques, added new equipment as needed, and updated curriculum as changes occurred in the industry.
Blairsville Campus » Map
500 Innovation Drive
Blairsville PA, 15717
Phone: (724) 459-9500
Fax: (724) 459-6499
Courses Offered at the Blairsville campus
- Automotive Technology
- Collision Refinishing Technology
- Diesel Technology
For information on graduation rates, the median debt of students who complete the course and more, choose a campus below to download:
Diesel Technology Diesel Technology Diesel is more than just trucks - it's a driving force behind today's technology. Think about all the vehicles and equipment running on diesel engines - oil rigs, power plants, hydraulic systems, locomotives, cargo ships, farming equipment...
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Off Road Power Concentration – Train for the Future at WyoTech in DaytonaNov 29th 2013If you like the idea of getting gaining the knowledge and skills to work on motorcycles along with additional classroom instruction and hands-on training to work on ATVs and snowmobiles, WyoTech in Daytona Beach offers a Motorcycle Technology program, where upon completion, you'll have the option of taking the Off-Road Power Concentration.
Teresa Judd2004 Graduate"It wasn't just fictitious and in a book and repetitive. In Engines class you take it all the way apart, and then put it back together and then you run it and it's LOUD."