Our Advice

Tips to Find an Automotive School

  • Get recommendations from students present and past. The admissions department should be able to put you in touch with past students.
  • Make sure you research all grants, scholarships and federal assistance available to you. A quality school will have a finance department which can help you afford the education you desire.
  • Ask what each schools placement rate is. Good connections with the job market can help you land a job after graduation. Many times local dealerships will partner with automotive training schools to get the best candidates working in their shops.
  • Make sure you take into account supplies and tools you may need in your course work. Does the school offer discounts on tools, or will they be provided to you?

Automotive Schools

Find an Automotive Training Course

Start a new career in Automotive Technology or take night classes to learn more about your car, truck or SUV. We have listed auto schools by state for you to find the closest school to learn Auto Body, Auto Mechanics and Diesel Technology. We have listed some of the top automotive schools below. Most of the national automotive schools have campuses in multiple states. When you click the link, a contact form will pop-up where you can get more information from the school.

 

 

Why Attend An Automotive School?

Career preperation is the number one reason, and nothing beats hands-on instruction from skilled teachers. But even for the average consumer, many Vo-Tech schools and even some high schools offer evening classes where you can learn about Auto Body Repair, auto mechanics and more. Even if you never do the work yourself, the education will help you understand the repairs you may hire a shop to do and will make you a better consumer. A good welding class can be beneficial too, not just for car repair.