UTI’s inclusion occurred as part of the annual reconstitution by FTSE Russell of its U.S. equity indexes.
Würth contributes chemical products, electrical supplies, hardware, shop safety/PPE equipment and storage solutions to UTI.
The new cars will support UTI’s hands-on training with Volvo’s advanced technologies.
Todd Hitchcock joined the company as chief strategy and transformation officer.
McWaters will continue to serve on the board of directors as a non-executive director.
NASCAR Technical Institute Students Get Their Hands On The Hottest Engines In Racing, With Help From Roush Yates Engines
Roush Yates Engines is letting NASCAR Tech students train with 10 of its NASCAR FR9 racing engines, and the school will have access to even more in the coming months.
Anderson, reporting to UTI’s President and CEO Kim McWaters, will lead financial strategy and oversee the company’s financial operations. In addition, he will work closely with business leaders to further the progress made to date in the company’s multi-year transformation plan.
Make-A-Wish Arizona, Universal Technical Institute & Industry Partners Make Wish Come True For Aspiring Diesel Technician
After falling seriously ill from cancer last year, Phoenix-area teen Jaime Gamez knew exactly what he would ask for when he was contacted by Make-A-Wish Arizona.
This Executive Interview started with a brief recap of Icahn Automotive Group’s “Race to 2026” initiative that’s addressing the service-technician shortage facing the automotive repair industry and launched on Feb. 19 at the Universal Technical Institute training facility in Mooresville, North Carolina.
UTI’s transformation plan, which is focused on strategic investments in marketing and admissions, retention and student services, is progressing and serving as a foundation for new student-start growth and improved graduation rates.
This new state-of the-industry campus provides high-tech training to the next generation of auto and diesel technicians; graduates will fill strong tri-state employer demand.
The campus will train students for high-tech, in-demand jobs as skilled automotive and diesel transportation technicians.