Forge Your Path To A Career In Automotive & Diesel Technology
You know those engines you’ve always dreamed of working on? Here’s your chance. WyoTech’s Automotive Technology program gives you hands-on training working on engine management systems, drivability diagnostics, drivetrain systems and chassis systems. Graduate with the specialized skills and knowledge you need to begin a career as an automotive technician.
including ASE Entry-Level Certification, MOPAR® Career Automotive Program, and Snap-On®
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America’s economic engine is powered by diesel, and skilled technicians are needed to keep millions of big rigs, locomotives and ships up and running. The WyoTech Diesel Technology program introduces you to a wide range of diesel engines and power systems, and prepares you to enter this growing field with hands-on training on the industry’s leading equipment.
including ASE Entry-Level Certification, 609 EPA License Certification, and Kenworth 100 Certification
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You’re an artist. You just happen to work in steel and chrome. The WyoTech Collision/Refinishing Technology program focuses on computer measuring systems, welding, paint preparation, detailing, plastics, painting and final service touching. You’ll learn how to create the perfect fit and finish for all models of cars and trucks.
including ASE Entry-Level Certification, I-CAR Pro-Level Certifications, and EPA 6H Painter Certification
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In this specialty program, you’ll get to know the most technologically advanced diesel engines on the road from the inside out. Gain hands-on experience servicing and repairing trucks of all makes, including Mack, Volvo, Peterbilt and more.
A great specialty concentration to choose if you’re interested in eventually managing, running your own shop, or understanding and contributing to the successful operations of a company.
Master the mechanical and electronic features of driving high-performance vehicles, including engine block design, non-engine mechanical, computer systems, safe dyno usage and more.
You’ll start with initial designs and drawings, measuring, pattern and outline development. Move on to welding, suspension design, frame design, tube chassis, and roll cages for drag racing, off-road and more.
From chop tops to custom paint and one-of-a-kind body designs, learn what it takes to craft street rods. You’ll spend shop time planning, designing, welding, finishing, painting and more.
From convertible tops to carpeting, custom seats to trim panels, learn the entire process of finishing an automotive interior. You’ll master the tools of the trade, become familiar with professional techniques and learn how
to estimate jobs.
We provide the best hands-on experience with our nine-month training programs for auto repairs. During your time at WyoTech, you'll spend 60% of your time in the shop, gaining experience and knowledge in automotive repairs and maintenance. Other technical institutes may offer shorter programs, but you won't get the same amount of experience as you will at WyoTech. Our experts will train you in engine repair and management, drivability diagnostics, drivetrain systems, chassis, and a specialty program of your choosing in nine months. Our mechanic program also offers seven different industry certifications, including ASE certifications, to advance your knowledge and career as an automotive service technician.
Our automotive technician training for students wanting to pursue collision and refinishing careers is hands down the best when it comes to hands-on experience. Our nine-month program will help you learn the ins and outs of collisions and refinishing. Our collision and refinishing auto technicians also get to choose between street rod, trim and upholstery, chassis fabrication, and applied service management. You also have several options to find a certificate program, including ASE Certifications, that fits your goals and advances your career.
Mechanic careers in diesel technology are in high demand, and WyoTech provides the ultimate hands-on experience to gain confidence and knowledge when you enter the workforce as a diesel engine mechanic. These skills include a complete teardown and rebuild of a diesel engine, repair and maintenance, management and refrigeration, power trains, fluid power and electrical, and choosing a specialty program. We also have several mechanic certification options, including ASE Certifications (National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence). All in six months.
U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics shows between 2016 and 2026, a 6% increase in job growth is expected, which means almost 48,000 new positions in the automotive mechanic technology field. Projections also show employment increasing as much as 7.8% for auto bodyworkers and 9.2% for auto glass installers. Diesel service technicians and mechanics have an expected job growth rate of 10%, almost 27,000 new jobs nationwide by 2026. The job outlook for auto technicians shows a very promising career ahead.
Our on-campus housing units include internet, TV, and utilities, and the leases match your term of attendance at WyoTech.