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Did you know that there are two types of specialized training programs: student paid and manufacturer paid? Find out the difference by clicking the link below.
Taking one of UTI’s Manufacturer-Specific Advanced Training (MSAT) programs is a great way to prepare yourself for an in-demand profession.15
When you enter a Manufacturer-Specific Advanced Training (MSAT) diesel program, UTI ensures that you train on late-model vehicles, tools and equipment supplied by leading manufacturers.
Train in one or more of the six motorcycle electives created in partnership with the leading manufacturers in the industry. All of our manufacturer electives are available at our Phoenix, Arizona, and Orlando, Florida, tech school campuses.
In our MMI Marine program, you'll learn everything from 2-stroke and 4-stroke theory and fuel systems to electrical diagnostics and troubleshooting.
Our Employment Services team helps connect you with resources as you prepare to enter the industry.
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15) Manufacturer-paid advanced training programs are conducted by UTI on behalf of manufacturers who determine acceptance criteria and conditions. These programs are not part of UTI’s accreditation. Programs available at select locations.
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