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10 Reasons to Become an Auto Technician and Mechanic After High School

Seeking an exciting career after high school? You may be looking into becoming an auto mechanic. At our automotive technician and mechanic school, you’ll have the opportunity to learn from experienced instructors who care about your development and future. We’ve put together 10 reasons to become an auto mechanic after high school, so you know […]

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4 Reasons Your Instructors Do What They Do

When you’re enrolled in classes at Automotive Training Center, you’ll be learning from qualified instructors who are experts in their field. All of the instructors have at least three years of practical work experience, and are ASE-certified in their subject areas. Many of our instructors have over two decades of experience in their field, and […]

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5 Reasons Why Graduates Love Automotive Training Center

With our hands-on training focusing on preparing you for a career in the automotive industry, we’ve helped many Automotive Training Center students become proud graduates. Our specialized programs can provide you with the skills needed to enjoy a long career in the automotive, collision, diesel, or marine industries. Continue reading to see why graduates love […]

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3 Critical Things ATC Grads Want You to Know

As you’re searching for the best fit when it comes to your post-secondary education, there are many things you can do to prepare and plenty of research out there worth looking at. However, sometimes, the best thing to do is to get the information straight from the source. The Automotive Training Center team is taking […]

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Educational Options After High School

When you reach your final year of high school, thinking about what you’re going to do after you graduate is likely front of mind. There are a number of educational options out there for students when high school is over. At Automotive Training Center, we’re committed to providing an education that can prepare you for […]

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Am I a Hands-On Learner?

If you’re regularly looking for ways to use your hands while working on a project, or you find yourself easily taking on tasks while talking to others, it’s possible that you’re a hands-on learner. Hands-on learners, or kinesthetic learners, are able to learn best by doing. If this sounds like you, a career as an […]

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All About the MOPAR® CAP LOCAL Program

If you’re interested in making the most out of your automotive technician education, attending a training school with meaningful partnerships in the industry and in your area, is something to keep at the top of your mind during your search. One of the associations available to students at select schools is MOPAR® CAP LOCAL. In […]

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How is a Collision Technician Different from an Auto Mechanic?

Trying to match your interest in automotive to the appropriate program at an auto technology training school? To make sure your career decision aligns with your interests and goals, reviewing the positions you can apply for once you complete your training is a must. Today, we’ll delve into two popular career paths in automotive, what […]

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Automotive Technician vs Collision Repair Technician: What’s the Difference?

Car lovers considering their career options in the automotive field often find that more than one program offered by a post-secondary school piques their interests. To help those torn between pursuing automotive technology and collision reconditioning technology, Automotive Training Center (ATC) put together the following guide to the differences between training to be an automotive […]

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