Welcome to UAW-LETC!
The Advanced Automotive Training Program began in 1978 in Clearfield, Utah. Our program has earned National Automotive Technician Education Foundation (NATEF) accreditation in 21 different classes, 3 different master areas. To ensure training parallels industry standards, our cirriculum is based on the NATEF task list for all segments of the training program.
Students interested in the UAW-LETC Advanced Automotive Training Program must complete a basic trade prior to entrance; however entrance is not limited to completers of basic auto programs. Completers of other programs, with a strong interest in an automotive career will be considered. All students are prepped for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification tests prior to graduation. Additionally, up to a year spent in the program counts toward ASEs required 2 years of on-the-job experience. To ensure training parallels industry standards, our curriculum is based on the National Automotive Technician Education Foundations (NATEF) task list for all segments of the training program.
UAW-LETC places heavy emphasis on work ethic and social skills, employability skills , such as: positive attitude, appearance, initiative, motivation and the ability to work as part of a team.
Note:As a condition of acceptance, a student must understand and agree to apply his/herself for at least 1 Year in the program in order to truly benefit from it; however, a student may find it necessary to stay longer than 1 Year to complete their program. The UAW-LETC (AATP) is an Advanced Training Program that can include up to 3 years of training.