Benito Diaz and his shop, STP Diesel, specialize in Ford Powerstroke work.
Universal Technical Institute To Offer Free Collision Repair Training To High School Juniors This Summer
Offered at each of UTI’s 12 campuses nationwide, the program will consist of a series of three-week courses based on the same curriculum offered in the programs that full-time UTI students complete. Students can choose from collision repair, automotive, diesel or motorcycle training.
The film, which begins airing in markets across the country this month, is part of Roadtrip Nation’s award-winning career exploration documentary series.
In July, UTI-Rancho Cucamonga in California became the first UTI campus to launch the new welding program.
Universal Technical Institute Teams Up With Mitsubishi Materials As New CNC Machining Program Launch Nears
Developed in partnership with Roush Yates Engines, the new course will be offered at UTI’s NASCAR Tech campus in Mooresville North Carolina.
NASCAR Technical Institute (NTI) student Madison Conrad has been awarded the Roger Penske Outstanding Student Award by the TechForce Foundation.
Weymouth High School students Michael Gilboy and William MacDonald finished in third place at the Universal Technical Institute Top Tech Challenge auto skills competition.
Colbert’s interest in autocross racing during high school sparked his interest in auto repair.
UTI graduates were among many industry award winners and finalists this year, including Nathan Reed, Navistar Top Service Technician Award for Truck, and Matt Johnson, Penske Elite Technician of the Year.
SERVICE-EDU is a new training program for professional automotive service and repair technicians from four premier OE automotive parts manufacturers: Gates, MAHLE, NGK Spark Plugs and Timken. Training will be held at regional Universal Technical Institute (UTI) campus locations across the United States.
Automotive instructors from the Norwood, MA, campus of Universal Technical Institute led technical sessions as part of the career and technical education instructor workshop, “Identifying STEM in Your High School Automotive Curriculum.” Eighty high school instructors from seven states attended the one-day workshop in Norwood.
Students from Oak Forest and Bremen High Schools in Illinois recently visited Central Illinois Trucks (CIT) Kenworth in Mokena and Universal Technical Institute (UTI) in Lisle, Ill.