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you can go ricemiesters way. But he was lucky enough to get someone that would teach him thats not always so. I work constructions to, though im a pipewelder and not a mech. I just know how hard it is for someone to try and learn on the job. Its hard to get anyone anymore that is willing to take the time and teach you. Uti you can pretty much decide which way you want to go as far as what you want to work on they have a subschool that is MMI i believe, that is for more small engine and motorcycles, and i also believe watercraft.
I cant really say how good the school is because i wasnt able to go, so i can only tell ya what they told me when i was going through there application processes. But that was almost 10 years ago now. I do know when i first started going through the processes they sent a rep to my house for one on one time about there school and what not. Im not sure if they even do that anymore. I couldnt tell ya about the reviews or anything like that because i havent looked at them for the last 10 years.
I have considered going to there marine mechanics school so its easier for me to stay on the coast in texas where i want to live. Its harder for me right now to stay in one spot due to the nature of construction.
Dont always go by reviews schools like wyo tech and uti are the type of schools that you get out what you put in. If you dont put the effort in you wont get much out.
Some people think they can just show up and they are automatically master techs.
Some people are like slinkies they are completely useless but they still bring a smile to your face when you push them down a set of stairs
Last edited by studdgage; 01-15-2014 at 12:52 PM.