Wyoming Auto Mechanic Schools and Career Training Information

Career Information for Automotive Mechanics in Wyoming

In general, automotive technology programs help prepare their graduates to work as automotive maintenance technicians, service technicians, diagnostic technicians, service advisors, parts specialists, shop supervisors, or automotive industry managers. Job responsibilities of auto technicians include the diagnosis, repair, and maintenance of cars and light trucks. They may also be required to perform customer service or administrative duties. Auto technology graduates are typically employed in independent auto maintenance shops, dealership service departments, or commercial fleet maintenance facilities.

Wyoming Auto Mechanic Schools

There are several options available to students in Wyoming when it comes to pursuing a degree or certificate in automotive technology. Here are five schools that offer training programs in the field:

  • WyoTech: The automotive programs at WyoTech offer instruction in a wide range of vehicle maintenance and repair specialties, including engine systems, diagnostics, drivetrain, chassis, high-performance systems, and service management. The school also has programs in diesel technology, customization, collision repair, and other transportation technology topics.
  • Laramie County Community College: The automotive technology program at LCCC offers both a two-year Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree option and a nine-month Certificate of Completion track. Both programs are designed to prepare students to take ASE certification exams.
  • Casper College: Casper College offers a two-year AAS program and a one-year certificate program. Students in the AAS program are required to take general education courses in addition to their automotive technology course work.
  • Central Wyoming College: CWC offers an AAS degree in automotive technology in three different specialty areas: Automotive Technology, Power Sports, and Parts Specialist. Students may pursue a degree in one specialty area or combine course offerings to earn recognition in two or more areas.
  • Western Wyoming Community College: The automotive technology program at WWCC offers a comprehensive two-year AAS program and a concentrated, basic certificate program in automotive technology. The school also has a certificate program in Alternative Fuel Vehicle Technology.

What to Expect from Wyoming Auto Mechanic Programs

Students in comprehensive automotive technology programs should expect to gain knowledge in the diagnosis, repair, and maintenance of all major modern automotive systems, including:

  • Engines and powertrains
  • Transmissions
  • Brakes
  • Suspension and steering
  • Electronics and electrical systems
  • Fuel systems and emissions control systems
  • Automotive heating and air conditioning systems
  • Safety systems

Instruction is typically split between classroom-based lessons and hands-on training exercises. The hands-on component, which gives students the opportunity to work on actual vehicles or automotive systems, may take place at a campus workshop or even a local auto repair facility.

Wyoming Auto Mechanic Licensing and Certification

Wyoming does not require that auto technicians be licensed in order to work in the field. Some jobs, however, may require that applicants possess a minimum certificate or degree to be considered for employment.

The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) administers an industry-standard certification program for technicians. The Institute's ASE certifications are awarded to technicians who successfully complete certification exams. In order to take the exams, candidates must demonstrate a minimum level of job experience and technical training from an accredited program. Most accredited automotive technology programs aim to prepare students to take ASE exams and become certified.

Resources for Auto Mechanics in Wyoming


  1. Automotive Technology Program, WyoTech, http://www.wyotech.edu/program/automotive-technology
  2. Automotive Technology, Laramie County Community College, https://lccc.wy.edu/programs/automotiveTechnology/
  3. Automotive Technology, Northcentral Technical College, https://www.ntc.edu/programs-courses/all/associate-degrees/automotive-technology
  4. Automotive Technology, Casper College, http://www.caspercollege.edu/automotive-tech
  5. Automotive Technology, Central Wyoming College, http://www.cwc.edu/auto/
  6. Automotive Technology, Western Wyoming Community College, https://www.westernwyoming.edu/academics/automotive/

Schools for Automotive Mechanics in Wyoming are listed below.

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More Wyoming Auto Mechanic Schools

School Name Campus Highest Award Enrolled
Casper College Casper Associate 4,192
Central Wyoming College Riverton Associate 2,024
Laramie County Community College Cheyenne Associate 4,763
Western Wyoming Community College Rock Springs Associate 3,322

Job Popularity in Metro Areas for Automotive Mechanics

The map below shows job statistics for the career type by metro area, for Wyoming. A table below the map shows job popularity and salaries across the state.

Metro Areas Rated for Popularity for:
Automotive Mechanics

Listed below are metro areas ranked by the popularity of jobs for Automotive Mechanics relative to the population of the city, as of 2008. Salary data was obtained from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

A Relative Popularity of 1.0 means that the city has an average number of the particular job, for its population, compared to the rest of the US. Higher numbers mean proportionally more jobs of that type.

Metro Area Jobs Salary


Casper 230 $41510 1.14
Cheyenne 270 $36850 1.27
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