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At our Avondale campus, you can choose from a variety of programs in transportation and the skilled trades. If you love working on engines and learning about today’s modern vehicles, consider the Automotive or Diesel programs. If you’re looking for a career where you can express your creativity and support many different industries, you may find a passion for Welding. And if you love flying and adventure, look no further than Aviation.*
*Airframe & Powerplant Technician training program coming soon pending regulatory approvals.
Core programs let you build a framework for your chosen industry. Whether it’s repairing domestic and foreign cars, working on big fleet trucks, keeping planes in the air or learning how to become a welder, these classes give you the base knowledge you need to prepare for a career as a technician.1
In the 51-week Automotive Technology program,7 you can learn everything from vehicle electronic technology and suspension systems to diagnostics and drivability. As a graduate from the Avondale campus, you can earn an associate degree and be prepared to complete examinations to become ASE certified.
In the 45-week Diesel Technology program,7 you can take courses on truck brake systems and chassis, engine service and repair, diesel hydraulic systems and so much more. Graduates earn either a diploma or associate degree, depending on their chosen specialty, and will also be prepared to complete ASE examinations.
Students at UTI Avondale can choose to take the 36-week Welding Technology training program, which teaches four different welding processes. Upon completion of the program, graduates earn diplomas.
Interested in aviation? Consider the Airframe & Powerplant Technician program. In just 18 months, students learn everything from aircraft troubleshooting to hydraulics and pneumatics, power plant lubrication systems and turbine engine operation.79 (Program coming soon pending regulatory approvals.)