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Start Your Career As An Automotive Technician

Automotive Technology at WyoTech

If the sound of a well-tuned engine gets your motor running, mastering a craft that gives you the opportunity to do something you love while providing a service to others is just the thing that could place your feet on the fast-track to success.

As an auto mechanic, you'll have your finger on the pulse of today's modern automobile, and its complex built-in computers and electronic systems.

You could find yourself problem solving on a daily basis, and your auto repair and diagnostic skills can solve problems ranging from breakdown, preparing gasoline or diesel engine for inspection tests, to preventative maintenance and tune ups.

Graduates can be qualified to work in a variety of automotive technician positions including:

  • Applied Service Management
  • Motorsports Chassis Fabrication
  • High Performance Power Train
  • Street Rod and Custom Fabrication
  • Light Duty Diesel
  • Advanced Automotive Diagnostics

Automotive Technology Career Field

Trained auto mechanics with the right skills can likely be in demand in the Automotive Industry. And, with the right training, you can discover the automotive technology career that can take you places in life.

The one thing you can bet on is there may be vehicles around for a long time. And, this means there will be a need for qualified automotive mechanics who have the skills to keep these cars on the road.

Automotive Technician careers can be attractive as well because of the satisfaction of working with one's hands. If you don't mind getting a little grease on your hands from time to time, "wrenching" it as an Automotive Technician might just be the "gig" you've been waiting for.

*Programs and schedules vary by campus.

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