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- Train to become a professional automotive technician
- Combines theoretical aspects of automotive diagnostics with hands-on training in a shop environment
- Introduces students to the different vehicle systems (engine, transmissions, suspension, etc.)
Automotive Technician Training Program
UEI’s Automotive Technician Training Program provides students with the knowledge, skills, and hands-on shop training they need to become entry-level automotive technicians. The automotive training program provides students with instruction on maintaining, diagnosing, and repairing automobiles. The program combines the theoretical aspects of automotive diagnostics with hands-on training in a shop environment, enabling students to service and repair any type of automobile.
UEI’s Auto Technician Training Program familiarizes students with basic and advanced automotive technologies through a curriculum covering engine theory, fuel systems, electrical diagnostics, ignition systems, tune-ups, automatic transmissions, wheel alignment, and onboard computerized engine control.
If you enjoy working on cars and want to become an auto mechanic, consider enrolling in UEI’s Auto Mechanic Training Program. The experienced automotive instructors have years of real-world mechanic experience that they will use to teach you automotive maintenance and vehicle repair. The great thing about the program is that it can be completed, and you can earn your diploma and start a new career in as few as 10 months.
Earning your diploma makes you a more attractive candidate because some employers tend to prefer students who have a post-secondary education over students without such an education. This is so because employers are aware that post-secondary career training provides students with the necessary knowledge and tools to succeed as automotive technicians.
Skills You Will Learn
UEI’s Auto Mechanic Course teaches students various topics about automotive technology. The curriculum teaches students how to test, diagnose, repair, and maintain the following systems:
- Fuel systems
- Emissions systems
- Braking systems
- Steering and suspension systems
- Climate control system
So, if you’re interested in becoming an automotive technician, consider enrolling in UEI’s Automotive Technician Program. The program can be completed, and you can earn your diploma in less than a year. Contact us, and one of our admissions team members will reach out to you and provide you with everything you need to know about the program.
Automotive Technician Career Outcomes
Students who complete and graduate from UEI’s Auto Mechanic Training Program will enter the candidate pool equipped with the knowledge, skills, and hands-on shop training that employers are looking for when seeking to hire auto mechanics, service writers, and automotive technicians. The great thing is that our program allows you to do this in less than a year, from enrollment to program completion.
As a graduate of the program, you may qualify for the following positions:
- Auto Technician
- Automobile Technician
- Automotive Technician
- Preventative Maintenance Technician
- Automotive Service Technician
- Installation Technician
- Dealer Auto Service Technician
About This Program
UEI’s Automotive Technician Program provides students with in-classroom instruction and allows students to practice what they’ve learned in a shop environment. The automotive shop is equipped with both domestic and foreign vehicles and tools, allowing students to practice their skills on real vehicles, engines, transmissions, and braking systems.
The program’s purpose is to teach students entry-level professional skills that they can use to diagnose, service, and repair vehicles. Overall, the program is well-balanced, combining the theoretical aspects of automotive diagnostics with hands-on training in maintaining and repairing vehicles in a shop environment.
Engine Theory and Systems
Electrical Theory and Diagnosis
Engine Performance and Ignition Systems
Fuel Systems and Emission Control
Steering, Suspension and Passenger
Preventative Maintenance and Hybrid Technology
Online Classes with Hands-On Learning Classes StartingFebruary 27th, 2024¶
Automotive Technician Program FAQs
Automotive technicians use a combination of skills and equipment to diagnose, repair, and maintain vehicles, trucks, and cars.
Here are the qualities that successful automotive technicians have. If you don't have these qualities, UEI College will help you gain them through hands-on training.