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Want to Run Your Own Auto Shop? WyoTech Can Help Get You There.

smogcheck.JPGFor many car enthusiasts, running or even owning an auto repair or refinishing shop is the ultimate dream. But this ambition can be more than just a fantasy. With the right education, training and experience, you can be on your way toward satisfying your managerial ambitions.

Running an auto shop begins with education, such as the Applied Service Management concentration offered by WyoTech, one of America’s leading automotive training institutions.

A 9-Month Program

This intensive nine-month program prepares students to run a modern automobile repair, refinishing or customizing shop by focusing on a balanced combination of business, financial, managerial and customer service fundamentals. Courses in WyoTech’s Applied Service Management concentration include:

• Accounting
• Business Applications
• Communications
• Computers and Business Applications
• Financial Management
• Shop Management

Direct Real-World Applications

The information taught in WyoTech’s Applied Service Management program can have direct applications for shop managers and owners. For example, the curriculum covers such topics as how to meet or exceed OSHA and other regulatory requirements, find lenders/investors, price services to show a reasonable profit, market your services, and maintain a payroll.

Students who chose the Applied Service Management concentration, along with the required Automotive Technology core program, will earn their occupational associate degree upon completion. Associate in Specialized Technology (A.S.T.) degree is offered at WyoTech’s Blairsville (Pennsylvania), and Laramie (Wyoming) In Fremont and Long Beach, California, students may earn an Associate of Occupational Studies (A.O.S.) degree.

For More Information

For more information on WyoTech’s Applied Service Management concentration and other automotive, motorcycle and diesel career education programs, contact WyoTech today!

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