October 25, 2014
 
CAREERS

Automotive Technician

Automobile Mechanic

Diesel Technician

Auto-Body Technician

Automotive Electrician

Motorboat Technician

Motorcycle Service
Technician


Aircraft Mechanic

Alternative Fuels
Technician


Truck Driver

SCHOOLS

Arizona Automotive Institute

Advanced Technology Institute (ATI)

Baran Institute of Technology

Connecticut School of Electronics


Denver Automotive & Diesel College

IntelliTec College

Nashville Auto-Diesel College

National Institute of Technology

New Castle School of Trades

New England Technical Institute

Universal Technical Institute (UTI)

Virginia College Technical

Westwood College

WyoTech

York Technical Institute

PCDI

PROGRAMS
Automotive Technology

Diesel Technology

Collision Repair & Refinishing

Motorcycle Technology

Marine Technology

Aviation Maintenance

Applied Service Management

High Performance

Street Rod & Custom Fabrication
MANUFACTURER TRAINING

Audi

BMW

Ford

International

Jaguar

Mercedes-Benz

Porsche

Toyota

Volkswagen

Volvo

Automotive School Programs

A career in the repair and technology industries provides you with several options. If you choose a program in automotive technology, you may want to specialize in a specific manufacturer's line of vehicles. This allows you to become very familiar with the ins and outs of a particular manufacturer's products and focus on a specific pool of drivers.

If you are interested in specializing in something besides cars, many schools offer programs in motorcycle technology, marine technology, truck and diesel technology, and even aviation technology. The field is very large, which allows you to find a program of your interest.

Most programs can be completed in about a year. Manufacturer-specific programs and the aviation technology program can take significantly longer. When identifying a school to study at, be sure to thoroughly research the length of each school's program in the specific area you plan to study. Since there are usually many additional courses and electives available for the advanced student, you may want to make sure the timeline for your career plans coincides with your goal of getting the best education possible.
We at Automotive Schools have put together summaries about each type of automotive program and what the curriculum usually entails. Good luck with your searching and your career choice!

Review Automotive School Programs:

Automotive Technology
Diesel Technology
Collision Repair & Refinishing
Motorcycle Technology
Marine Technology
Aviation Maintenance
Applied Service Management
High Performance
Street Rod & Custom Fabrication

Find the automotive program of your choice at one of our featured schools.

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