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The core programs at NASCAR Technical Institute include Automotive Technology, Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machining Technology, Welding Technology, HVACR, and Robotics & Automation.* We also offer specialized training to help satisfy your passion.
Whether you’re a motorsports or NASCAR enthusiast, or looking to gain the hands-on training and high-tech skills needed to pursue a career with one of the manufacturers featured in our programs, our North Carolina trade school campus offers advanced training to help you prepare for a job as a technician.1
*HVACR and Robotics & Automation programs coming soon pending regulatory approvals.
Located in the heart of Mooresville — also known as “Race City USA” — is NASCAR Technical Institute, a division of Universal Technical Institute. NASCAR Tech is home to UTI’s core Automotive Technology program and also offers a 15-week NASCAR-endorsed elective. If you love working on cars and are interested
in the world of racing, you’ll feel right at home here. NASCAR Tech is the country’s first and only school that combines a complete automotive program with NASCAR-specific motorsports training.24
NASCAR Tech also offers a 36-week CNC Machining Technology program, where students learn to craft sophisticated performance parts and components from raw materials. Created in cooperation
with Roush Yates, a leading brand in the industry, you’ll learn everything from reading blueprints to the setup and operation of CNC mills and lathes. The program starts every six weeks, so you can get going and prepare for your career sooner!
The 36-week Welding Technology program is available at NASCAR Tech. As a welding student, you’ll train
in the welding lab using cutting-edge tools and technology, including VRTEX® virtual welders. Developed in conjunction with Lincoln Electric, our curriculum will
teach you 4 different welding processes in order to become a combination welder. And you can complete your training in less than 9 months!
Students in the 39-week heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) program train for careers in an essential industry. Through hands-on learning and application, they cover a variety
of topics including piping and fitting basics, AC and DC circuits and components, vent system selection and installation, mechanical and electronic controls troubleshooting, and more.
The Robotics & Automation program gets students ready for careers in an innovative field. Over the course of 51 weeks, they learn about a variety of topics, from applied physics and precision
measuring to 3D design and manufacturing, digital electronics and circuits, drafting and computer-aided design, and more.