Since Henry Ford opened his doors at the beginning of the 20th century, the automotive industry has seen constant change. As a result, many would say the modern automobile is almost unrecognizable from Ford’s original offering to the public.
While the automobile has evolved, so too has the industry that supports it. From racing to restoration to today’s jaw-dropping show cars, the automotive sector desperately needs those who have the necessary hands-on skills and training.
The Motorsports Vehicle Technology Program at Lanier Technical College provides the training necessary to stay ahead of the curve. This Motorsports program focuses on racing but provides extensive training critical to the industry as a whole.
This unique program is, in many ways, ground-zero for the next generation of emerging automotive talent.
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