Universal Technical Institute - Avondale

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Energy Industry

Aircraft Mechanic

Airframe & Powerplant Technician Program

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Our Airframe & Powerplant Technician program is designed to prepare students for entry-level opportunities in various areas of the aviation industry.1

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Power Generation Technician

Cummins Power Generation Program

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If you’d like to master the fundamentals of Cummins Power Generation, look no further than UTI’s Cummins Power Generation elective. This 12-week program focuses on equipment and controls, and engine maintenance of electrical generators and power generation systems that run in a variety of commercial and personal applications.

Learn the fundamentals of Cummins Power Generation systems and the critical role they play in both commercial and personal applications. Take a look at a few of the areas you’ll cover in generator technician training.

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Transportation Industry

Auto Mechanic

Automotive Mechanic A.A.S.

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In less than a year, you could be a trained automotive technician.5 It all starts with completing a core program at one of our auto mechanic schools. These foundational courses build your base knowledge from the ground up, teaching you how to diagnose, maintain and repair domestic and foreign vehicles like a true automotive professional. From here, you can move on to Manufacturer-Specific Advanced Training courses.

Learn by doing as you take on the maintenance and repair of both import and domestic vehicles. You'll work on everything from simple engine systems to power and performance machines as you move through your automotive training. With UTI's Automotive Technology program, you'll earn credit toward professional certifications, gain industry-related experience and prepare yourself for an in-demand career that fits your passion.

Continue your training at UTI, where you'll have access to learn from leading manufacturers in the industry. Courses designed with these industry leaders mimic the real-world workflows of each brand.

Once you've completed your core mechanic school program, you can move on to train with the brand of your choice.

In the 51-week Automotive Technology program, you’ll learn everything from vehicle electronic technology and suspension systems to diagnostics and drivability. As a graduate from the Avondale campus, you’ll earn an associate degree and will be well prepared to complete examinations to become ASE certified.

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Automotive Mechanic Certificate Program

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In less than a year, you could be a trained automotive technician.5 It all starts with completing a core program at one of our auto mechanic schools. These foundational courses build your base knowledge from the ground up, teaching you how to diagnose, maintain and repair domestic and foreign vehicles like a true automotive professional. From here, you can move on to Manufacturer-Specific Advanced Training courses.

Learn by doing as you take on the maintenance and repair of both import and domestic vehicles. You'll work on everything from simple engine systems to power and performance machines as you move through your automotive training. With UTI's Automotive Technology program, you'll earn credit toward professional certifications, gain industry-related experience and prepare yourself for an in-demand career that fits your passion.

Continue your training at UTI, where you'll have access to learn from leading manufacturers in the industry. Courses designed with these industry leaders mimic the real-world workflows of each brand.

Once you've completed your core mechanic school program, you can move on to train with the brand of your choice.

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Automotive Technology II

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Students take on the maintenance and repair of all kinds of vehicle models in the Automotive Technology program at UTI’s Avondale campus. In less than a year, graduates can be prepared for entry-level careers in the industry. The program follows UTI’s blended learning model, which combines online instructor-led training with hands-on application in the lab.18 This type of training aligns with what technicians receive in the field today, and it offers students more flexibility with their schedules.

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Automotive Technology II + BMW FastTrack

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The 12-week Manufacturer-Specific Advanced Training (MSAT) program provides students with training on BMW vehicles. Students who complete the program gain the skills needed to diagnose and repair BMW vehicles.

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Automotive Technology II + Ford FACT

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The Ford FACT elective at Universal Technical Institute provides 15 weeks of authorized Ford Motor Company technician training that can give you a great head start on your career. Whether you crave the lightning speed of the iconic Mustang or the heavy-duty capability of the F-150, Ford FACT training is for you. UTI’s Ford FACT program gives you the opportunity to train on an array of models from this American-made brand. You’ll earn valuable credentials, preparing you for a path to Master Tech status.

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Automotive Technology II + GM

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The 12-week GM Technician Career Training program provides a mix of hands-on and online learning to diagnose, repair and maintain gasoline and diesel vehicles for the Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac brands.8 You will become familiar with the vehicles, equipment and procedures used at GM dealerships nationwide. Graduates can earn General Motors course credits towards Bronze, Silver and Gold certification levels in multiple service areas.

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BMW Fast Track

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The 12-week Manufacturer-Specific Advanced Training (MSAT) program provides students with training on BMW vehicles. Students who complete the program gain the skills needed to diagnose and repair BMW vehicles.

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BMW Service Technician Education Program

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The 16-week BMW Manufacturer-Specific Advanced Training (MSAT) program provides select UTI students with extensive training on BMW vehicles. BMW pays for the training to prepare graduates for jobs working directly for BMW at BMW dealers nationwide. STEP is 16 weeks of intensive BMW-specific training on current models of some of the world's most precision-based driving machines. After successfully completing this program you will achieve Associate Level Certification status. You'll receive advanced training on diagnostic paths and computer strategies unique to this world-class brand.

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Ford Accelerated Credential Training Program

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The Ford FACT elective at UTI provides 15 weeks of authorized Ford Motor Company technician training that can give you a great head start on your career.

Whether you crave the lightning speed of the iconic Mustang or the heavy-duty capability of the F-150, Ford FACT training is for you. UTI's Ford FACT program gives you the opportunity to train on an array of models from this American-made brand. You'll earn valuable credentials, preparing you for a path to Master Tech status. Our FACT program exposes you to advancements in auto manufacturing that continue to propel Ford as one of the largest automakers in the world. You'll learn exact repair procedures and use the diagnostic and testing equipment Ford provides its own dealership technicians.

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Toyota Professional Automotive Technician Program

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A brand built on safety and reliability, Volvo dealerships are looking for top-level technicians who customers can depend on to fix their cars the right way, the first time. Apply to Volvo's Service Automotive Factory Education (SAFE) program at UTI to gain the necessary Volvo-specific training and skills you’ll need to meet those expectations.

Get the training and qualifications to pursue a career as a technician career with one of the world’s leading automotive manufacturers. As a graduate of the program, it will put you on the path to earning your Master Volvo Technician status.

SAFE training is exclusive training. You must apply, meet certain qualifications, be interviewed, and then be accepted to become one of the Volvo elite. And if selected, tuition is paid for by VOLVO CAR USA LLC or participating dealerships in accordance with established terms of employment. The Volvo SAFE program will prepare you to achieve Master Technician Status after two years’ employment at a qualifying Volvo dealer.

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Volvo Tekniker Apprentice Program

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A brand built on safety and reliability, Volvo dealerships are looking for top-level technicians who customers can depend on to fix their cars the rig

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Auto Body Technician

Automotive Technology II + BMW FastTrack

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The 12-week Manufacturer-Specific Advanced Training (MSAT) program provides students with training on BMW vehicles. Students who complete the program gain the skills needed to diagnose and repair BMW vehicles.

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Automotive Technology II + GM

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The 12-week GM Technician Career Training program provides a mix of hands-on and online learning to diagnose, repair and maintain gasoline and diesel vehicles for the Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac brands.8 You will become familiar with the vehicles, equipment and procedures used at GM dealerships nationwide. Graduates can earn General Motors course credits towards Bronze, Silver and Gold certification levels in multiple service areas.

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Automotive Technology Program

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Learn by doing as you take on the maintenance and repair of both import and domestic vehicles. You'll work on everything from simple engine systems to power and performance machines as you move through your automotive training. With UTI's Automotive Technology program, you'll earn credit toward professional certifications, gain industry-related experience and prepare yourself for an in-demand career that fits your passion.

In less than a year, you could be a trained automotive technician.4 It all starts with completing a core program at one of our auto mechanic schools. These foundational courses build your base knowledge from the ground up, teaching you how to diagnose, maintain and repair domestic and foreign vehicles like a true automotive professional. From here, you can move on to Manufacturer-Specific Advanced Training courses.

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BMW Fast Track

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The 12-week Manufacturer-Specific Advanced Training (MSAT) program provides students with training on BMW vehicles. Students who complete the program gain the skills needed to diagnose and repair BMW vehicles.

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BMW Service Technician Education Program

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The 16-week BMW Manufacturer-Specific Advanced Training (MSAT) program provides select UTI students with extensive training on BMW vehicles. BMW pays for the training to prepare graduates for jobs working directly for BMW at BMW dealers nationwide. STEP is 16 weeks of intensive BMW-specific training on current models of some of the world's most precision-based driving machines. After successfully completing this program you will achieve Associate Level Certification status. You'll receive advanced training on diagnostic paths and computer strategies unique to this world-class brand.

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Ford Accelerated Credential Training Program

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The Ford FACT elective at UTI provides 15 weeks of authorized Ford Motor Company technician training that can give you a great head start on your career.

Whether you crave the lightning speed of the iconic Mustang or the heavy-duty capability of the F-150, Ford FACT training is for you. UTI's Ford FACT program gives you the opportunity to train on an array of models from this American-made brand. You'll earn valuable credentials, preparing you for a path to Master Tech status. Our FACT program exposes you to advancements in auto manufacturing that continue to propel Ford as one of the largest automakers in the world. You'll learn exact repair procedures and use the diagnostic and testing equipment Ford provides its own dealership technicians.

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GM Technician Career Training Program

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The 12-week GM Technician Career Training program provides a mix of hands-on and online learning to diagnose, repair and maintain gasoline and diesel vehicles for the Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac brands.8 You will become familiar with the vehicles, equipment and procedures used at GM dealerships nationwide.

Graduates can earn GM course credits towards Bronze, Silver and Gold certification levels in multiple service areas. You've made your choice to train on GM vehicles. Now, take the courses specifically developed with General Motors to prepare you for opportunities at Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac dealerships.

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Toyota Professional Automotive Technician Program

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A brand built on safety and reliability, Volvo dealerships are looking for top-level technicians who customers can depend on to fix their cars the right way, the first time. Apply to Volvo's Service Automotive Factory Education (SAFE) program at UTI to gain the necessary Volvo-specific training and skills you’ll need to meet those expectations.

Get the training and qualifications to pursue a career as a technician career with one of the world’s leading automotive manufacturers. As a graduate of the program, it will put you on the path to earning your Master Volvo Technician status.

SAFE training is exclusive training. You must apply, meet certain qualifications, be interviewed, and then be accepted to become one of the Volvo elite. And if selected, tuition is paid for by VOLVO CAR USA LLC or participating dealerships in accordance with established terms of employment. The Volvo SAFE program will prepare you to achieve Master Technician Status after two years’ employment at a qualifying Volvo dealer.

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Diesel Mechanic

Cummins Diesel Mechanic Program

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Daimler Trucks North America Finish First Program

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Build on your Diesel Technology knowledge with the DTNA Finish First program as you gain hands-on training with some of the most respected names in the trucking industry, including Freightliner, Cascadia, and Western Star. As a Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) Finish First student, you'll learn how to maintain, diagnose and repair DTNA products. The 12-week Finish First elective can put you on the road to a career as a Daimler Trucks service technician.
Graduates of the Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) Finish First program earn Expert Level Technician status, Daimler's highest ranking. With seven valuable certifications, a successful graduate of the program will have a competitive advantage over other entry-level technicians.

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Diesel Mechanic A.A.S.

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In less than a year, you could train to be a diesel technician. It all starts with completing a core diesel program. These foundational courses build your base knowledge from the ground up, teaching you how to diagnose, repair, and replace like a true big engine professional. From here, you can move on to specialized advanced training on trucks and engines from leading brands.

When you choose UTI's Diesel Technology Program, you’re in good company. Some of the biggest names in diesel look to UTI graduates to keep their engines running. That means you can feel confident that you’ll learn the skills top manufacturers say matter most.

Continue your training at UTI in courses created with leading manufacturers and designed to mimic workflows found in the real world. Manufacturers cover tuition in some of the advanced training programs.

Diesel technicians are in high demand and our graduates come out of school prepared to meet that demand. You’ll be ready to put your diverse skills to work in a wide range of industries including oil, agriculture, construction and everywhere else diesel engines are found. See how our diesel schools set you up for a promising future.

n the 45-week Diesel Technology program, you'll take courses on truck brake systems and chassis, engine service and repair, diesel hydraulic systems and so much more. Graduates earn either a diploma or associate degree, depending on their chosen specialty, and will also be prepared to complete ASE examinations.

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Diesel Mechanic Certificate Program

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In less than a year, you could train to be a diesel technician. It all starts with completing a core diesel program. These foundational courses build your base knowledge from the ground up, teaching you how to diagnose, repair, and replace like a true big engine professional. From here, you can move on to specialized advanced training on trucks and engines from leading brands.

When you choose UTI's Diesel Technology Program, you’re in good company. Some of the biggest names in diesel look to UTI graduates to keep their engines running. That means you can feel confident that you’ll learn the skills top manufacturers say matter most.

Continue your training at UTI in courses created with leading manufacturers and designed to mimic workflows found in the real world. Manufacturers cover tuition in some of the advanced training programs.

Diesel technicians are in high demand and our graduates come out of school prepared to meet that demand. You’ll be ready to put your diverse skills to work in a wide range of industries including oil, agriculture, construction and everywhere else diesel engines are found. See how our diesel schools set you up for a promising future.

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Diesel Technology II

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In the Diesel Technology program at UTI Avondale, students are trained on how to maintain and repair commercial vehicles and heavy-equipment systems that rely on diesel technology. The Diesel program features foundational courses that build knowledge from the ground up, meaning all skill levels are welcome.

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Diesel Technology II + Cummins

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If Cummins defines power, UTI can give you the edge to master it. UTI’s 12-week Cummins Engines elective provides you with an opportunity to learn on state-of-the-industry engines and equipment.9 Cummins invests directly into UTI labs to ensure graduates are ready to work on the manufacturer’s exceptional line of diesel equipment.

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Diesel Technology II + Cummins Power Generation

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If you’d like to master the fundamentals of Cummins Power Generation, look no further than UTI’s Cummins Power Generation elective. This 12-week program focuses on equipment and controls, and engine maintenance of electrical generators and power generation systems that run in a variety of commercial and personal applications.

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Diesel Technology II + DTNA Finish First

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Build on your Diesel Technology knowledge with the DTNA Finish First program as you gain hands-on training with some of the most respected names in the trucking industry, including Freightliner, Cascadia and Western Star. As a Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) Finish First student, you'll learn how to maintain, diagnose and repair DTNA products. The 12-week Finish First elective can put you on the road to a career as a Daimler Trucks service technician.9

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GM Technician Career Training Program

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The 12-week GM Technician Career Training program provides a mix of hands-on and online learning to diagnose, repair and maintain gasoline and diesel vehicles for the Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac brands.8 You will become familiar with the vehicles, equipment and procedures used at GM dealerships nationwide.

Graduates can earn GM course credits towards Bronze, Silver and Gold certification levels in multiple service areas. You've made your choice to train on GM vehicles. Now, take the courses specifically developed with General Motors to prepare you for opportunities at Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac dealerships.

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The Cummins Engines Program

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If Cummins defines power, UTI can give you the edge to master it. UTI’s 12-week Cummins Engines elective provides you with an opportunity to learn on state-of-the-industry engines and equipment.9 Cummins invests directly into UTI labs to ensure graduates are ready to work on the manufacturer’s exceptional line of diesel equipment.

Master the power that defines Cummins engines. How? Take a look at a few of the courses you’ll cover in training:

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Construction Industry

Welder

Welding Technology

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Welding Training School Certificate Program

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Students in UTI’s Welding program will learn about the procedures and equipment required to weld using Gas Metal Arc (GMAW), Shielded Metal Arc (SMAW), Flux-Cored Arc (FCAW) and Gas Tungsten Arc (GTAW) welders. Students will also learn how to weld in the flat, horizontal, vertical and overhead positions used for plate or sheet metal, and the fixed, rolling and overhead positions used for pipe.

UTI’s Welding Technology program gives the hands-on training needed to prepare for a flexible career in industries from automotive fabrication to aerospace. Developed in conjunction with Lincoln Electric, UTI’s Welding training program curriculum includes MIG, TIG, Stick and flux-cored welding processes throughout the 12 hands-on courses.

UTI's 36-week Welding training program prepares graduates for the industry in less than one year. The program was built in conjunction with Lincoln Electric and will prepare you for the construction, structural, pipe and fabrication industries.

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10695 West Pierce St.
Avondale, AZ 85323
United States