For Adults $19,061
Cost information is approximate, please visit the program's website for the most up to date information available.
This program is intended for high school students attending from within the district. College credits may be available as part of this program. Students from outside the district or adults who are not enrolled in high school can contact the center to apply for this program, as well.
Students will gain experience in the day-to-day operations of a live diesel repair shop with real customers together with a systems-based classroom component. Through theory lectures, shop field trips, student driven research, computer-based learning software, and lab training students will spend time investigating each of the following diesel systems: engines, fuel injection, electrical systems, hydraulics, air brake systems, preventive maintenance, power tools, fasteners, and equipment. Students will learn diesel engine overhaul skills needed to enter the field as an agricultural, industrial and consumer products technician. Tractor trailer trucks and construction equipment maintenance are included in the program.
This program includes the following credential(s): Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Entry Level Certification-Medium/Heavy Truck Diesel Engines.
CTE funding sources
For high school students attending from within the district, there is no cost to this program. For students from outside of the district and adults who are not enrolled in high school, local scholarships and other funding sources may be available. Follow the link and contact the CTE center for more information.
State or Local Grant
- Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists
- Other Services (except Public Administration)