Technical College to Provide Free Auto-Tech Training

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July 16, 2019—Universal Technical Institute (UTI) based in Scottsdale, Ariz. is offering free auto courses for high school juniors, according to KJZZ.

Two courses are offered at UTI’s Avondale campus this week to the students in engine repair and operation and under-car systems.

“The industry is currently short over 10,000 qualified technicians and that number continues to grow,” said Kevin Naylor of Larry H. Miller Hyundai Peoria. “It’s important to bring entry-level technicians into the industry to learn from the senior- and master-level technicians so they can share their knowledge while they’re still in the industry.”

Students involved in the summer program will take their final exams and can continue training if they pass to receive credit toward future courses.

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