Automotive Training Center
It is time to take the wheel and pursue a career in automotive or marine repair. With two campuses in southeastern Pennsylvania and numerous specialized programs, Automotive Training Center (ATC) could be the auto career school you have been searching for.
Since 1917 ATC has been training students in vehicle diagnosis, repair, and optimization. Taught by industry professionals, students spend 50% of their time in a shop equipped with the tools and technology required by all manner of mechanics. From automotive to marine or diesel to hi-performance, ATC could steer you in the direction of a successful and rewarding career.
With five distinct fields of study to choose from, ATC is highly regarded for the caliber of graduates they turn out. Most employers require industry certification, and ATC could help you meet those expectations.
No matter which program you choose, you can count on receiving practical experience using industry-current tools and equipment. When you graduate from one of ATC's career training programs, you may qualify to work in career positions, such as:
- Automotive Service Technician
- Collision Repair Technician
- Custom Painter
- Service Advisor/Parts Counterperson
- Restoration Technician
- Performance Engine Rebuilder
- Marine Service Technician
- Auto Insurance Appraiser/Adjuster
- Diesel Engine Technician
- Power Generator Technician
If you are ready to put your career in drive, find out how ATC can help. Request more information today to learn how you can prepare to embark on the career you have always wanted!
Automotive Training Center Programs
- Automotive and Diesel Technology
- Automotive and Hi-Performance Technology
- Automotive Technology
- Collision Reconditioning Technology
- Marine Service Technology*
Automotive and Diesel Technology
Think big! If complex fuel systems and heavy-duty engines excite you, this program could be the one for you. Reliable technicians with diesel training are in high demand across the nation, and ATC could provide you with the valuable, in-depth education employers are looking for.
Automotive and Hi-Performance Technology
If you want to work on today's most powerful engines, ATC's Hi-Performance Technology program is where you want to be. Training in hi-performance technology could see you working on some of the fastest, most powerful cars on the road and understanding how to maximize their performance.
Imagine graduating with the confidence and practical skills needed to excel in the field of automotive technology. As an ATC student, you could receive hands-on training in a modern shop setting, with training designed to prepare you to diagnose engine issues, repair vehicle transmission, service brakes, and so much more. Upon completing this program, you could be ready for a job as an automotive technician, a service consultant, or even an insurance investigator.
Collision Reconditioning Technology
Today, there are more cars on the road, driving at higher speeds than ever before. The number of collisions and the vast knowledge needed to repair the consequential damage has meant an increase in demand for this skilled trade. ATC's Collision Reconditioning Technology program covers complete vehicle restoration, from frame repair and welding to painting and refinishing. If you have an eye for detail and love bodywork, this could be the path for you.
Marine Service Technology*
A quick look around your local marina will give you a good idea of the wide variety of vessels that need the support of a marine service technologist. If spending your days near or on the water is the lifestyle you seek, consider ATC's Marine Service Technology program. Get hands-on experience with leading industry engines in one of the eight large water tank shops. Marine service tech is a lifestyle career, and ATC can help you make this dream a reality.
Automotive Training Center Locations
114 Pickering Way
Exton PA 19341
900 Johnsville Blvd
Warminster PA 18974
ATC is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC).
* Warminster campus only.
For required program disclosure information go to www.autotraining.edu/consumer-information