In March 2012, the Department of Labor published a job outlook study for automotive mechanics stating, “jobseekers who have completed formal postsecondary training programsâ€”especially candidates with training in advanced automotive technology should enjoy the best job prospects.”
The auto mechanics training program in Oklahoma City trains students automotive computer concepts, technical math, engine repair, suspension and steering, automotive electrical systems, brake repair, transmission drive trains and much more.
In our Diesel Mechanics program, 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. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, job opportunities in the Diesel Mechanic field should be best for those who have completed postsecondary training in diesel engine repair.