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Success, respect and the career of your dreams. It all starts at MMI. When you train at MMI, you’ll get the hands-on, high-tech skills required to begin a career as a motorcycle technician. You’ll learn from MMI’s trained instructors as you’re completely immersed in a professional environment. Your training program will cover everything from engine operation, and fuel and electrical systems to troubleshooting and diagnostics. And you can customize your education with training in the manufacturer electives you choose. MMI is supported and equipped by leading manufacturers in the motorcycle industry:
- BMW Motorrad
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Street bikes, sport bikes, dirt bikes – Motorcycle Mechanics Institute (MMI) has them all. You will learn motorcycle theory, engine troubleshooting and diagnosis, drivability, and performance testing on some of the leading brands in the industry.
MMI’s 48- to 102- week training curriculum is designed to meet the needs of a changing industry. We work closely with the manufacturers to ensure your training applies directly to the work in the field, making MMI a preferred choice for Motorcycle Technician Specialist training.
Your courses will include:
- Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2
- Service Department Operations
- Engines, Transmissions and Precision Measurement
- Vehicle Maintenance
- Electrical Basics
- Electrical Systems
- Chassis, Suspension and Final Drive
- Engine Troubleshooting and Noise Diagnostics
- Dealer Management Systems
Once you have the core training in place, you’ll build on it by completing one or more elective programs created through MMI’s manufacturer alliances. You will also have the opportunity to learn on ATVs, personal watercraft, snowmobiles and generators. Polish your professionalism with soft skills training and you can leave an MMI campus as a highly trained entry-level technician.
MMI cannot guarantee employment or salary. For information about graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program and other important information, visit www.uti.edu/disclosure.