WyoTech Motorcycle Technology Program – Work on European Bike Models
Posted Wednesday, Sep 22, 2010 by
If you’ve got a knack for working on motorcycles, and you’d like to take your talents to the next level, check out the motorcycle technology training that can prepare you to work on some of today’s hottest European models.
WyoTech also offers specialty training in such core programs as the Domestic: Harley-Davidson, Asian Concentration and the Off-Road Power Concentration.
Ducati, BMW, Harley-Davidson and Triumph! You know the names and you know the prestige associated with those brands.
WyoTech training is challenging, and the hours spent in class and on the shop floor will pass quickly. Why? Because you’ll be training under professional instructors who practically live the subject matter they teach, and this makes the experience exciting and fun. What you learn in the classroom, you get to apply in real time out on the shop floor.
And the great thing about motorcycles is that they all need maintenance! This is where your WyoTech training can place you in an advantage to compete for entry-level positions in such venues as motorcycle dealerships, specialty shops and performance-oriented businesses.
Hey, employment is never guaranteed to anyone, no matter what the training and skills. However, when you get the right training at a professional institution that designs its curriculum around real industry needs and trends, you’re placing yourself in a position to be more competitive when it comes time to launch a career.
Now throw in your own experience, a strong work ethic, a personal commitment to excellence, local market conditions and a desire to succeed into the mix, and you just might have a recipe for success.
Why not contact WyoTech today to learn about the Motorcycle Technology, European Concentration training offered! *
*Programs may vary by location.
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