Universal Technical Institute - Dallas

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Transportation Industry

Auto Mechanic

Auto Mechanic Certificate

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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.

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Automotive Technology II

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Known as the economic and central hub of North Texas, the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex is a great place to get trained to pursue an automotive career.

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Peterbilt PTI Manufacturer-Specific Advanced Training Program

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Earn 9 valuable Peterbilt certifications preparing you to diagnose, repair and maintain Peterbilt vehicles and products. Graduates will be prepared to

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Peterbilt Technician Institute

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As a Peterbilt Technician Institute (PTI) student, you’ll receive advanced Peterbilt training on the company’s products and technologies, including Peterbilt’s legendary trucks and the PACCAR MX-13 engine. The 12-week program will help you develop the manufacturer-specific skills valued by Peterbilt’s more than 350 dealerships across North America.

Earn 12 valuable Peterbilt certifications preparing you to diagnose, repair and maintain Peterbilt vehicles and products. Graduates will be prepared to be Peterbilt’s next generation of technicians and could be well on their way to advance their career with a premium American truck brand.

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Auto Body Technician

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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Peterbilt Technician Institute

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As a Peterbilt Technician Institute (PTI) student, you’ll receive advanced Peterbilt training on the company’s products and technologies, including Peterbilt’s legendary trucks and the PACCAR MX-13 engine. The 12-week program will help you develop the manufacturer-specific skills valued by Peterbilt’s more than 350 dealerships across North America.

Earn 12 valuable Peterbilt certifications preparing you to diagnose, repair and maintain Peterbilt vehicles and products. Graduates will be prepared to be Peterbilt’s next generation of technicians and could be well on their way to advance their career with a premium American truck brand.

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Diesel Mechanic

Diesel Certificate

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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.

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Diesel Technology II

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Diesel Technology Program

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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.

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.

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Construction Industry

Welder

Welding Certificate

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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.

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Welding Technology

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The Welding Technology program was created in conjunction with industry leader Lincoln Electric. Over the course of just 36 weeks, students learn four

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Welding Technology Training Program

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UTI’s Welding Technology program gives the hands-on training needed to prepare for a flexible career in industries from automotive fabrication to aerospace.

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800-834-7308

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5151 Regent Blvd.
Irving, TX 75063
United States