Author Archives: ATC

The Top 4 Tools You Need in Your Automotive Collision Toolbox

To get any job done, you need the right tools to succeed. At Automotive Training Center, you’ll have the opportunity to learn which ones will be the perfect fit for your automotive collision toolbox. The Collision Reconditioning Technology program at Automotive Training Center is designed to prepare students with the training and experience necessary to […]

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Fit Automotive Training School into Your Life with Evening Classes

While daytime classes and schooling may be what you’ve been accustomed to your entire life, it’s possible that going to school in the evening could be the best option for your current situation. At Automotive Training Center, it’s possible to fit evening classes into your lifestyle. Night classes can offer flexibility, particularly if you have […]

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How Long Is Automotive and Collision Mechanic Training?

The hands-on classroom and lab work at Automotive Training Center (ATC) is designed to graduate students in a timely and efficient manner. All coursework is set up to ensure students remain engaged and motivated throughout their time at ATC, while developing the necessary skills to enjoy a career in automotive. Let’s take a closer look […]

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How to Become a Diesel Mechanic: Your Career Roadmap

The Automotive Diesel and Technology program at Automotive Training Center (ATC) is designed to ensure students receive hands-on training in the area of diesel engine technology. Today’s diesel engines are powering large commercial vehicles and heavy-equipment systems, and are highly sophisticated. You may be wondering, how does one become a diesel mechanic? Those ensuring the […]

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What Does a Hi-Performance Vehicle Mechanic Do?

It’s all about the need for speed. Hi-performance vehicle mechanics must be able to work in a thrilling, fast-paced industry, ensuring vehicles can maintain their top speed and engine performance. The Automotive and Hi-Performance Technology Program (AHP) at Automotive Training Center is designed for those who want to specialize in engine technology, getting to the […]

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The Pros and Cons of Diesel Engines

Heavy-duty diesel engines are capable of providing copious amounts of power while being highly efficient. Gain the knowledge necessary to become a diesel technician by enrolling in the Automotive and Diesel Technology program at Automotive Training Center. In this space, we’re taking a closer look at the pros and cons of diesel engines. Like with […]

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Horsepower in High-Performance Cars

When a high-performance car is out on the road, it’s possible you may hear it before you see it. These cars pack in the horsepower under the hood and are designed to be a little bit loud. Needless to say, they make their presence felt. Automotive Training Center is taking a closer look at some […]

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High-Performance Parts: What’s Best for Your Engine?

To get the most out of your vehicle’s engine with performance parts, they need to be the right fit and installed properly. There are many high-performance parts out there capable of increasing horsepower and helping your engine reach its full potential*. What parts are out there? What’s best for your engine? Automotive Training Center is […]

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What Are the Most Common Collision Repairs Today?

Collision reconditioning technology has made major advancements over the years. Oftentimes, collision repair technicians, like the ones who graduate from Automotive Training Center, can make an accident look like it never happened. It’s never fun to be in an accident or see a dent in your car, but there’s a good chance it can be […]

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3 Facts You Should Know About Auto Body Repair

When you’re in an auto accident, the first thing on your mind is your own health and well-being. Once that’s taken care of, it’ll be time to sort out the damage that may have occurred in the accident you’ve been in. There are some things you should know about auto body repair. Remember, your auto […]

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