Industrial Diesel Mechanics
If you want to work with engines—big engines—read on. In the Industrial Diesel Mechanics program, you’ll learn the skills to maintain diesel buses, trucks, and construction machines. It’s a career with plenty of horsepower.
- Perform engine repair, general maintenance, and lubrication.
- Troubleshoot and repair drive trains, brakes, chassis, and components.
- Weld using gas and electric arc welders.
- Operate and troubleshoot industrial equipment.
- Assemble, adjust, repair and maintain hydraulic systems and drive train, electrical and cooling systems, steering and suspension systems.
Note : This is a high school program. For options for adults, click here.
In this program you can earn college credit!
- Equipment salesperson
- Service writer/manager
- Transportation supervisor
- Industrial maintenance technician
- Alternative fuel vehicle technician
- ASE Student Certifications:
- Medium Have Truck Brakes
- Medium Heavy Truck Diesel Engines
- Medium Heavy Truck Electrical/Electronic Systems
- Steering and Suspension
- Medium/Heavy Truck Inspection Maintenance and Minor Repair
- Forklift Operation
- OSHA 10 -General Industry
- Snap On Battery Charging
- Snap On Multimeter
- CPR/First Aid
Currently offered; subject to change