The field of automotive repair is critical to our way of life – we need our cars to run and get us to where we need to be. Our automotive technology program can get you started in this field by teaching you the necessary skills to gain employment at a range of facilities. Independent automotive shops, dealerships and companies with fleets all hire trained professionals to repair and service vehicles.
The Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) training program at Vatterott provides students with the opportunity to complete a portion or all of the CDL training necessary to assist them in securing a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL). CDL training begins with an introduction to fundamental knowledge of commercial driving, vehicle inspection, control systems, and reporting procedures.
Diesel trucks and equipment are a driving force in today’s economy. Opportunities for trained professionals are increasing (http://www.bls.gov/ooh/Installation-Maintenance-and-Repair/Diesel-service-technicians-and-mechanics.htm)as Diesel continues to be the standard in heavy equipment. Vatterott College provides hands-on practical diesel mechanic training in industry-current facilities. Our instructors educate students in diesel fuel engines and fuel systems, electronic systems for medium and heavy duty trucks and steering and suspension. Graduates of this program may pursue careers in fleet truck maintenance, dealership mechanic or one of many other opportunities in the trucking industry.