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At NASCAR Technical Institute, you train in hands-on labs while learning from instructors who have years of industry experience. Students can train for a career as an automotive technician, CNC machinist, HVACR technician, robotics & automation technician, or welder.* Those who complete the Automotive program can also enroll in the NASCAR Technology advanced training program.
*HVACR and Robotics & Automation programs coming soon pending regulatory approvals.
NASCAR Technical Institute’s core vocational school programs can help prepare you for a career in the automotive, welding, HVACR, robotics and automation, and CNC machining industries.1
Located just a short drive from Charlotte, North Carolina, NASCAR Technical Institute in Mooresville is home to the Automotive Technology program and 15-week NASCAR elective. Your core automotive program will cover the basics of automotive technology, and from there you can dive into the world of NASCAR and learn skills for the racing industry.24 As a graduate, you’ll earn a diploma and will be prepared to test for ASE certification.
Created in conjunction with industry leader Roush Yates, the 36-week CNC Machining Technology program will teach you to craft intricate performance parts and components from raw materials. Upon completion of the program, you’ll earn a diploma and can work with UTI’s Employment Assistance team, which can help to identify potential career opportunities.
NASCAR Tech offers the 36-week Welding Technology program, where students learn four different welding processes. This training was developed with Lincoln Electric — an industry leader in welding technology. This means you can be confident you’ll gain skills the industry is looking for.
The 39-week heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) program is designed to get students ready for careers in an in-demand industry. They learn hands-on in the lab and cover topics like AC and DC circuits and components, mechanical and electronic controls troubleshooting, piping and fitting basics, and vent system selection and installation. (Program coming soon pending regulatory approvals.)