Trade Schools Like Exton’s UTI Positioned Well for Trump Administration

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UTI LogoTrade schools might soon see better times, thanks to the changes and regulation rollbacks promised by the Trump Administration, and Exton’s UTI is well-prepared for the boost, writes for Karen L. Chandler the Reading Eagle.

Robert Kessler, president of Universal Technical Institute-Exton in Upper Uwchlan Township, takes pride in the school’s record of compliance with regulation and strong graduation and employment rates, as well as the long-term earnings of students.

“If these are the kinds of outcomes that matter to the Trump Administration, UTI is well-positioned for success,” he said.

UTI’s 178,000-square-foot training facility opened 13 years ago, and now trains around 2,200 students annually. However, Kessler pointed out that shining a spotlight on employment is not new at UTI.

“We begin with the end in mind, and pursue an occupation-centric approach to education,” he said.

Students opt for UTI because of its strong relationships with leaders in the transportation industry, such as Caterpillar and Firestone Complete, as well as its effective training and placement services.

“We consistently evolve our programs to meet the changing needs of the industry, ensuring our graduates are ready to work the moment they step out of our doors,” said Kessler.

Read more about UTI in the Reading Eagle here.

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