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What makes NYADI different

The automotive and diesel service marketplace demands technicians with strong and up-to-date training not only in the basics, but in electronics and computerization, as well. NYADI the college of automotive and diesel technology strives to provide the highest level of instruction required, utilizing the finest, most up-to-date, training resources. We believe that academic excellence and quality vocational/technical training will provide the student with the essential “tools of the trade” to begin a career as an entry-level technician and pass the ASE certification tests in the areas that they study. This is achieved through both theoretical instruction and “hands on” practical exercises, on equipment found in the field. Graduates will possess the skills necessary to effectively diagnose and service specialized automotive/heavy duty truck and diesel systems. Students will be prepared to meet the requirements of an ever-changing automotive/heavy duty truck and diesel and collision repair service market, thus enhancing the graduate’s technical value, marketability, and employment potential.

  • Associate Degree and Certificate Programs
  • Manufacturer Partnerships
  • Highly Qualified Instructors
  • NATEF/ASE Certified Courses
  • Small class sizes - Hands on training
  • Military Friendly School, Career Pathways Program
  • Day and Evening Classes

NYADI Programs

  • Automotive Service Technology
  • Truck & Diesel Service Technology
  • Automotive and Diesel Technology
  • Automotive Technology
  • Collision Repair Technology


NYADI is licensed by the New York State Education Department, accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC), approved by the United States Department of Education and the Veterans Administration and recognized by Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF), NYS Department of Labor, NYS Office of Vocational Rehabilitation and the NYS Department of Motor Vehicles.