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Diesel Service Technology

Students learn how to work on big machines with complex electrical, hydraulic and fuel systems in a rapidly-changing industry, troubleshoot and repair internal combustion systems with the same equipment as Master Technicians and how to use advanced techniques to maintain heavy machinery from headlights to tail lights.

Career Majors

  • Medium/Heavy Diesel Preventive Maintenance Technician - 300 hrs.*
  • Medium/Heavy Diesel Service Technician - 1050 hrs.*
  • Medium/Heavy Diesel Service Technician - CDL Class A - 1303 hrs.*
  • (NEW) Ag Preventative Maintenance Power Train Tech - 445 hrs.
  • (NEW) Ag Preventative Maintenance Power Train Tech - CDL Class A - 698 hrs.*

- Prerequisites required for CDL certification -

*Pell Eligible

Approximate Program Cost

  • In-District High School Students - TUITION-FREE
  • In-District Adult Students - $2.50 per credit hour + supplies
  • Out-of-District Adult Students - $5 per credit hour + supplies

Qualities We Recommend

  • Reading, writing and math - 8th grade level
  • Dexterity
  • Good eye-hand coordination
  • Be able to lift 50 lbs
  • Work with chemicals
  • Looking up and ordering parts
  • Work in tight or high places such as on a ladder
  • Willing to get dirty and greasy
  • Must wear safety glasses
  • No shorts or tennis shoes
  • Coveralls and boots recommended
  • Driver’s license is a must

Certifications

  • WorkKeys
  • ASE (Student)

Who Can Apply?

Adults and in-district high school sophomores, juniors and seniors can apply.

Schedule

Classes are Monday through Friday from August to May with all day or half day enrollment options

Accrediting Agency

NATEF

Student Organization

SkillsUSA

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