Marine Technician Specialist and Advanced Programs Vocational Training & Associate Degree in Applied Service Management in Daytona, FL
WyoTech, formerly known as Wyoming Technical Institute, is dedicated to high-quality, college-level, career-oriented education in the automotive, diesel, motorcycle, HVAC, watercraft, and collision/refinishing industries. Each WyoTech program is designed to provide the students with the skills they need to achieve their education goals.
Most WyoTech diploma programs can be completed in less than a year and a half. There are currently six WyoTech campuses across the country: Blairsville, PA; Daytona, FL; Fremont, CA; Laramie, WY; Long Beach, CA; AND Sacramento, CA.
WyoTech's curricula allow students to concentrate exclusively on learning technical skills in diploma programs or to expand their education with associate degree programs. WyoTech prepares students for the post-graduation working world by teaching on a workday, not a school day schedule. Most students attend classes approximately eight hours a day, five days a week.
Specialist and Advanced Programs
- Core Marine Specialist Program (6 months): Careers in the marine industry can be the perfect destination for trained technicians who want to work on propulsion systems, inboard engines, stern drive systems and outboard marine engines. The Marine Specialist Program will give the student hands-on training in stern-drive and outboard mechanics, gasoline inboard engines, diesel engines and generator sets, powerheads, electrical systems, fuel systems, lubrication systems, stern-drive units, outboard motors, upper housing, and much more. The Marine Specialist Program consists of four core courses, with the addition of two courses in each of the following concentrations: Vessel Power Transmission; Inboard Engine Propulsion Systems; Diesel Engines, Power Generation and Marine Electronics; and, Outboard Engine Propulsion System.
- Advanced Marine Concentration Program (3 months): The Marine Specialist program has added an Advanced Marine concentration to build on the core program of watercraft engines and vessels. This concentration will introduce you to more advanced recreational and commercial marine vessel support systems, including installation and troubleshooting of fuel, electrical and other systems, as well as understanding engine computers and related software commonly used. This specialty concentration includes two courses - Advanced Diesel and Power Generation, and Advanced EFI and Canbus Systems.
- Off-Road Power Concentration Program (3 months): Off-Road Power concentration allows students to study All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) Mechanical Systems, electrical systems, snowmobiles, personal watercraft (PWC) and other off-road vehicle powertrains. The advances courses include - ATV Mechanical Systems & Personal Watercraft, and ATV Electrical Systems & Snowmobiles.
- Applied Service Management Specialized Technology Associate Degree Program (3 months): This is an advanced course to earn you a degree if you are interested in manage and run your own shop, or understand and contribute to the successful operations of a company. You'll study vital concepts for service management like - Accounting and Financial Management, Computers and Business Applications, Communications, Management Concepts, Human Resource Management, and Shop Management.
MCTINA Training & Workshops
- The Marine Career Training Institute of North America (MCTINA) conducts annual workshops and training as pert of the National Marine Service Expo (NMSE) which is MCTINA's premier educational event and held each January.
LAST UPDATED ON Feb 27, 2018