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Street bikes. Sport bikes. Dirt bikes. Motorcycle Mechanics Institute (MMI) has them all. You can learn motorcycle theory, engine troubleshooting and diagnosis, drivability, and performance testing on leading brands in the industry.
Once you have the core training in place, you’ll build on it with the completion of one or more OEM training programs with MMI’s key manufacturer alliances. You will also have the opportunity to learn on ATVs, personal watercraft, snowmobiles, side-by-sides and generators. Polish your professionalism with soft skill training and you can leave an MMI campus qualified to pursue a career as a motorcycle technician.1
If you want to pursue a career you’ll love, MMI’s manufacturer-specific OEM training programs are the way to go. Employers want to hire technicians who are ready to work, and MMI’s factory-authorized training ensures that you train on vehicles, tools and equipment supplied by leading manufacturers.
Train in one or more of the six motorcycle OEM training programs created in conjunction with leading manufacturers in the industry. All of our OEM training programs are available at both our Phoenix and Orlando tech school campuses.
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Talk to an Admissions Representative today about our OEM training programs and how they can help you prepare you for a career in the motorcycle industry.
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