Philadelphia Technician Training Institute (PTT)
The Philadelphia Technician Training Institute (PTT) gives the following descriptive information:
In these turbulent and uncertain economic times, education programs ought to focus on finding their graduates jobs. Over two (2) years ago, PTT School was founded on this exact philosophy. PTT School was created by a Drexel University graduate who believes in our youth and families to receive a technology driven education so that they can secure great technical careers and jobs. Now PTT's growth is fueled by employees who have graduated from Universities and Colleges such as Allegheny, Temple, Cheyney, Lincoln Technical Institute, Community College, VVP Engineering in India, Stevens Technical Institute, and others.
The school's flagship programs (our Automotive Repair Program and our Manufacturing Technician Program) focus on hands-on technology training. The only way to gain sustainable employment in the 21st century is to know how to interact with technology, so that's what we teach. In the automotive field, technicians are increasingly required to use computers and other computerized systems to diagnose and solve engine problems. Today's leading repair garages are looking more and more like futuristic computer labs than auto repair shops. Accordingly, in manufacturing and automation, both are increasing the work and amount of automated robots, high speed machines, super fast machine controllers, and material handling systems. Employment in this field is largely secured trained professionals like those graduating from PTT School who are skilled in technology repair, quality, diagnosis, validation, profitability, growth, innovation and world class dominance.
PTT provides hands-on education and training in transformation technologies such as General Electric, Hewlett Packard, Snap-On, AutoCad, NAPA, Interstate, Microsoft, State & Emissions, Allen Bradley, to name a few. At PTT School, we train you to get a job in today's Automotive or Industrial Manufacturing facilities. But our training focuses on the technology that will continue to lead the forefront over the course of the next century.
In The News
- Former Berean Institute home to be training ground for technicians, Philadelphia Tribune, May 27, 2016.