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Tips to Find an Automotive Tech School in Alabama

  • Get recommendations from students present and past. The admissions department should be able to put you in touch with some students to talk to.
  • Make sure you research all grants, scholarships and federal assistance available to you. A quality school in Alabama will have a finance department which can help you afford the education you desire.
  • Ask what each schools placement rate is and if those jobs are in Alabama (do you want to move?). 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 in Alabama

 

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.

 

 

 

Name: Bevill State Community College - Hamilton Campus
Address: 1333 Military Street South, Hamilton, AL 35570
Phone: (205) 921-3177
Website: http://www.bscc.edu/
Notes: Auto Body, Automotive Technology, Diesel Technology, Welding

 

Name: Earnest Pruett Center of Technology
Address: 29490 Us Highway 72, Hollywood, AL 35752
Phone: (256) 574-6079
Website: http://epcot.jc.schoolinsites.com/
Notes: Auto Body, Auto Repair, Welding