Automotive: Vehicle Safety Inspection Course
The Safety Inspection course is a 16 hour standardized curriculum that provides the necessary training and testing for individuals performing vehicle safety inspections. MTECH offers a combined 16 hour course for the certification in two of the three separate Vehicle Safety Inspector Certifications: Passenger Vehicles/ Light Trucks, Motorcycles In Utah there are three separate Vehicle Safety Inspector Certifications; Passenger Vehicles/Light Trucks, Motorcycles, and Heavy Trucks/Trailers/Buses.
MTECH's 16 hour course only offers training for the certification in Passenger Vehicles/Light Trucks and Motorcycles. MTECH does not offer a course for certification in Heavy Trucks/Trailers/Buses. Participants must score 80% or more on the final examination and performance checklist to achieve competency for the course and receive a certificate. Individuals who successfully complete the training will be eligible to apply for their Vehicle Inspection Certification from the Utah Department of Public Safety.
Certificates and Licensures
- MTECH Program Certificate in Vehicle Safety Inspection.
- State of Utah Safety Inspection Certification.
Registration Eligibility: Adults and high school seniors only.
Registration Availability: Registration for Fall 2020 opens June 24, 2020 online on the MTECH Student Portal and remains open until classes are full. It is recommended to create your MTECH Student Portal account in advance.
Program Length: 16 Hours.
Times: Evenings. See schedule details below.
Locations: MTECH Lehi Main, Trades and Tech Campus.
Financial Aid Eligible: This program is not eligible for Financial Aid or Veterans Assistance.
High School Students: Students should coordinate with home high school counselors prior to registration.
Entrance Assessment: Students must take the MTECH Entrance Assessment. The Entrance Assessment is free and takes about an hour to complete. To learn more visit mtec.edu/testing.
New Student Orientation: Students must complete the brief MTECH New Student Orientation prior to first day of class. To learn more visit mtec.edu/nso.
Students need to be able to show that they have some mechanic experience.
All students must have a valid driver's license, and is recommended to have a 10th grade competency level in Reading & English.
To receive state certification; student must be 18 years old, or 17 years old and enrolled in an automotive apprenticeship program.
|Session||Location||Room||Start Date||End Date||Start Time||End Time||Days|
|Summer 2020||Lehi||Auto Bldg||7/20/20||7/23/20||6:00 PM||10:00 PM||M-Th|
|Fall 2020||Lehi||Auto Bldg||9/21/20||9/24/20||6:00 PM||10:00 PM||M-Th|
|Spring 2021||Lehi||Auto Bldg||4/19/21||4/21/21||6:00 PM||10:00 PM||M-Th|
Tuition and Fees
|Program Fees||$68.00||Includes State Certification fee|
|total:||$101.60||All tuition and fees are due at the time of registration.|