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Marine Mechanic School in Orlando, FL

TRAIN AT MARINE MECHANICS INSTITUTE IN ORLANDO

Love the idea of working near the water? Marine Mechanics Institute (MMI) in Orlando, Florida, has the instructors, facilities, and state-of-the-industry tools and technology to help prepare you for a career as a marine technician.1

2 programs That include training on 5 brands
5 courses Manufacturer specialized courses
35,000 sq. ft. Square-foot campus
9 labs Number of lab spaces

COMPREHENSIVE CORE PROGRAM

Our Marine Technician Specialist core program starts with the basics students need to prepare for careers in the marine industry. Then students move on to specialized training with five leading manufacturers, all as part of one comprehensive program. And our optional 60-week occupational associate degree (OAD) granting program includes nine weeks (three courses) of training from the UTI Diesel Technology program.

Marine Mechanic Training in Orlando, FL

In the 51-week Marine Technician Specialist training program, you’ll dive into key aspects of the marine industry. Students complete a series of five, three-week manufacturer-specific courses to learn the technology of top manufacturers, giving you a wide variety of skills you can take with you as you pursue a career in the field. Upon graduation, you earn a diploma and are prepared for a career as an entry-level marine technician.

MANUFACTURER-SPECIFIC COURSES

MARINE MECHANICS INSTITUTE ORLANDO CAMPUS LOCATION

Orlando offers an ideal environment to prepare for a career as a marine technician. Surrounded by hundreds of lakes, Orlando is a boating and fishing paradise. And as one of the world’s premier tourist destinations, the area is famous for its theme parks and attractions, including Walt Disney World, SeaWorld Orlando and Universal Studios Florida. Nearby Daytona Beach is home to beaches, sport fishing and Daytona International Speedway.

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MARINE CAMPUS LOCATION

MARINE MECHANICS INSTITUTE
2202 West Taft Vineland Road
   Orlando, FL 32837

M-F | 8am-5pm | Hours
M-F | 10am, 1:30pm & 3pm | Campus Tours


407-240-2422 | Campus
877-201-3152 | Admissions
866-247-1928 |  Financial Aid
800-342-9253 |  Student Services
321-281-9740 |  Career Services

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TAKE A TOUR OF OUR CAMPUS

Visit our campus, where you’ll see students training with state-of-the-industry boats, engines and technology. (Photos from the former site of MMI Orlando)

HELPING EVERY STEP OF THE WAY

At Marine Mechanics Institute, our priority is making sure our students have everything they need to strive for their goals. Here’s how we strive to give you the support you need to succeed.

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HOUSING ASSISTANCE

We team with Compass Rose to help students who are relocating find affordable shared or individual housing near campus. Click here for more information.

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CAREER SERVICES

MMI Marine has local Career Advisors at each campus to assist you with your search for a part-time job that could help you cover living expenses while you attend school.1 Contact Career Services for more information.

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FINANCIAL AID

We work with you to find scholarships, grants and other financial assistance in order to help qualified students with their expenses.10 Contact our Financial Aid department for more information.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

  • What is the classroom learning like?

    UTI follows a blended learning model, which includes a mix of online instructor-led training with hands-on application in the lab. This type of training is modeled after what’s used in the industry today and can provide more flexibility for students.

    UTI’s core programs follow this style, except for Welding and CNC Machining. These programs follow a hands-on learning model.

  • Are academic classes such as math, science or English required?

    While not separate classes, math and science aligned with the learning skills are incorporated into the course teachings, along with industry terminology that technicians need to succeed.

  • Are students required to have experience in order to attend?

    No, our curriculum does not require prior experience and is specifically designed to teach the skills necessary to pursue a career as a entry-level technician.

  • Can students work while attending MMI?

    Yes, students can work and attend school if needed. Our Career Services team can help identify local job openings based on a student’s schedule.