You’ve tinkered on cars and other machinery your whole life, and now you want to turn your passion into a profession. WyoTech will help you develop the skills you need to make working with your hands a new career.
WyoTech offers programs in a variety of career fields, and it's our goal to help get you on the road toward a new career.* To help you decide on a career path, take a look at some of our core training programs.
Students in our Automotive Technology course love working on and tweaking engines. This course is all about diagnosing engine problems, and learning how to get these engines running right. This automotive course covers everything from engine rebuilding, engine maintenance, drivetrain systems, and of course working on the chassis. This course is a must for any aspiring mechanic or repair technician who loves spending time wrenching engines in their garage. Specialties in the automotive course include:
Learn more about our Automotive Technology program.
If you want to work in automotive body construction and the creative field of collision refinishing, this is the course for you. This course is all about learning the skills to weld, repair and refinish a vehicle. You'll learn metal cutting procedures, cosmetic repair, paint chemistry, masking techniques, color plotting and mapping, and so much more. Specialty options include:
Learn more about our Collision Refinishing Technology program.
Go big on your WyoTech training — literally — and prepare yourself to work on big diesel engines. These engines are amazing, and our course will give you the training and confidence to start wrenching on diesel engines in big rigs, bulldozers, tractors, transport refrigeration systems, and so much more. This course is for someone who wants an adventurous career working on the biggest engines in the business. You'll work on engines by some of the top names in the diesel industry. So think about a career in Diesel Technology. Specialty courses include:
Learn more about our Diesel Technology program.
Ever consider working on watercraft engines? Careers in marine technology are perfect for trained technicians who enjoy working on propulsion systems, inboard engines, stern drive systems, and outboard marine engines. If you think you'd enjoy a career working on marine engines, you should definitely learn more about this course. This course includes a study of vessel power transmission, inboard engine propulsion systems, diesel engines, power generation and marine electronics, and outboard engine propulsion systems. Students in this course can also choose to concentrate their studies on one of the following:
Learn more about our Marine Specialist program.
Our Motorcycle Technology course is all about learning the technical skills to diagnose, service and repair motorcycle engines. This course is perfect for students who love motorcycles, and want to learn how to optimize engines for peak performance. And who doesn't love the sound of a rumbling chopper getting ready to take off? This course includes a study of motorcycle fuel systems, suspension systems, brake systems, and working with two and four stroke engines. Students can also choose to concentrate their studies in one of the following:
Learn more about our Motorcycle Technology program.
* Employment is not guaranteed but career services help is available for students and graduates.