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1 out of 5
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Degree: Automobile/Automotive Mechanics Technology/Technician
Graduation Year: 2005

I attended the Sacramento facility. The place was still very new. They had hired teachers that had just graduated and new nothing but that school. I decided to after attending for 2 months to drop out and get a job working for caterpillar and never looked back. In my opinion looking back this type of school is a wastep of money. Just go to a shop get a job and learn. I started as a 60% apprentice and now work as a field tech for a major crane manufacturer. My point is don't waste your money get a job move arround and you will go from making 50k a year to 145k in just a matter of years like i did.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Diesel Mechanics Technology/Technician
Graduation Year: 2017

Pay Attention!!!! First, for all that write a bad review, its probably because you did not apply yourselves, or got kicked out of the program. For one, the ones that report they couldn't get transcripts, its probably because you owe money to the school! also, for those that say you can get this job from a community college or on the job training, a bigger LIE. WyoTech is the reason I am successful. My friends that had no education, could and will not be hired. Any real job in the industry wants ASE certified. Especially because manufacturers require it! I had the pick f many employer offers because I graduated from Wyotech. So, to all of you reading bad reviews out there, its probably something missing from the story. Remember people, there are 2 sides to every story! I highly recommend this school if you have a desire and passion in the industry, and work hard with the instruction and education from WyoTech, you will be successful!

2 out of 5
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Degree: Motorcycle Maintenance and Repair Technology/Technician
Graduation Year: 2015

I attended WyoTech Daytona thinking of making a career change. Mistake. Not all of the school is bad, however the teachers come in smelling like a bar frequently, among other ideas such as it shows many of them have no real experience in the industry. Classes are dragged out and you tube covers the time they have nothing to talk about. If you ask questions that are beyond the instructors level they either blow it off or get mad at you. After being out in the industry and thinking back to the education it began to show me they do not cover half of what they should cover. Teachers bring in their own bikes and equipment and get students to fix it so they can sell it to someone or another student. No manager has a clue was is really going on. If you donate your time on saturday you will pass with no problem. Many students can miss a lot of time and they continue on in class where others miss 250 hours and are removed from class. Seems very beneficial to the veterans of the U.S. and not so much for us that hold jobs. I saw some of the best instructors ever get cut from the program while assistants became teachers. Several instructors walked out and moved on. I asked some instructors what they did in the field and they gave me stories. I called one business to see if a teacher worked there and no one heard of him. Office is a bunch of cheerleaders that make you feel good but obviously have no idea about the job they do or what the jobs are really like. They act like counselors more than do their jobs. The school seems to be a money income gimmick that is in limbo. I would not recommend this kind of money for such a low paying job skill. The employees try however the leadership lacks

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1 out of 5
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Degree: Automotive Technology
Graduation Year: 2005

I've been in the field for nearly 13 years now. I'm a master tech with one brand, ASE master, and certified specialist with 2 other brands. I'm very well paid, and one step below the foreman. I'm in demand and have a secure future. I owe absolutely zero of this to Wyotech. They in no way helped. Employers see Wyotech or UTI on your resume and rightfully assume the worst. These days I'm the one training kids fresh out of school, and they too are in no way prepared. These schools pocket your money and leave you in debt, no more prepared than when you started. Automotive is a great field... But you don't need to pay tens of thousands to private schools to get a career out of it. Intern at a dealer for a couple months for free, or take very affordable community college courses. I know a great tech who didn't bother with school at all.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Automobile/Automotive Mechanics Technology/Technician
Graduation Year: 2008

This was the biggest waste of my time and money. They highly exaggerated they placement rates, after graduation I received no help pursuing my career, and at the end of the day I ended up doing jobs I could have done fresh out of high school without the debt to follow. Huge promises from this school that didn't deliver at all. If I could take it back I would. Automotive field is dying anyway.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Diesel Mechanic
Graduation Year: 2002

I think things have change at WyoTech. When i went there it was one campus. They just where setup the PA Campus. I took the diesel and management class. Instructors knew what they were teaching and could make you comprehend. We had decent students to be around. About 40 student per class two instructors. Diesel Mechanics section had it the best, the new engines and new buildings. All student hated the BS of shaving and hair cuts. It was even stricter than what the recruiters approved of. Refrigeration course was excellent with diesel classes. ASM classes were drudge to get through. Like being back in high school. But they did teach you the BS to apply for loan and make business plans. General account practices, which was nice. They also taught you how to struct your shop profit on jobs and deal with employees. It's very useful if you apply it. Now the housing was a joke, huge mess. The motto at the school was the housing was a joke but the classes are very good to teach your job. So we deal with it. It was before the campus rooms and it was all off site with the old Buford, Plaza, downy and log cabin hotel. Now the kicker. 4 of the 4 phase of classes in diesel mechanic. The teacher give you the low down. Your only good enough to change oil or brake. If you lucky a water pump. Ryder will love you but your won't be mechanic maybe a techinician if you lucky. What they did is more start you on a career path that 10 year later in the field if you apply yourself you will be useful and have a good job. That's the little BS twist when they ask you at orientation who wants a job and we all raise our hands. They say too bad we only prepare you for carreers. 10 year later now i understand. I started changing tires at wyotech at $7.00hr with some brake jobs, in two years i was fleet mechanic for a place(making $40,000), now i make $26 in a very rural area. It's a good living and i could not advance with out fundamentals but Wyotech prepare to fight in the grease and tire pits where you have to start. But it will making you get out them fast if you have knowledge from Wyotech Overall 8-10 would do it again.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Diesel Mechanics Technology/Technician
Graduation Year: 2017

Absolutely a wonderful experience beginning to end. The professors care but push students to excel. They pay attention to each person in a hands on environment, setting young people up for success. There are many opportunities for different specializations.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Diesel Mechanic
Graduation Year: 2016

This school was the best decision of my life. I had 15 students in my class. I got great one on one win my instructors. I heard some horror stories about WyoTech but it seems like they got their shit together when they got bought by Zenith Education Group. Now they are non for profit. There was no pressure w applying.had a great experience and top notch training with the DATE Mack/Volvo program. Got a good job working for Mack dealer in Tennessee. If you apply yourself you'll get great training. Very strict with following rules and professionalism. There are top notch employers that show up at career fairs to interview with.they delivered what they promise if you're willing to show up for class and learn. Campus housing is rent free and all utilities were included. Is a decent place to live but needs new carpet. Only had to pay for my food for 9 months.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Autobody/Collision and Repair Technology/Technician
Graduation Year: 2010

DO NOT GO TO THIS SCHOOL. ALL THEY DO IS MAKE PROMISES TO HELP YOU FIND A JOB BY THE TIME YOU GRADUATE. YOU HAVE A BETTER CHANCE GOING TO YOUR LOCAL BODY SHOP AND GETTING A JOB AS A HELPER. THE ONLY THING WYOTECH DID FOR ME IS TAKE 9 MONTH FROM MY LIFE AND 30K IN DEBT. PLEASE SAVE YOUR MONEY, BE SMART AND STAY AWAY. ITS BEEN SEVEN YEARS SINCE I GRADUATED AND THEY DIDN'T HELP WITH ANYTHING. AND THE SNAP-ON DISCOUNT IS ANOTHER LIE TOO.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Diesel Mechanics Technology/Technician
Graduation Year: 2015

If you go to this school you will get nothing out of it. You will learn more if you play Papa's Burgeria then went to this school. The teachers do not teach you very much and they were very rude to me. I was very upset about how this school is run and I would not not go to this school again if it was between life or death.

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