Diesel Technology

The Diesel Technology program is accredited by the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Education Foundation in Inspection, Maintenance, and Minor Repair (IMMR) accreditation. This two-year program is designed to equip students with entry-level skills in the maintenance and repair of medium and heavy-duty trucks, heavy equipment, and agricultural machinery. Students will learn technical skills in Diesel Engines; Drivetrain; Brakes; Suspension & Steering; Electrical & Electronics; Heating, Ventilation, & Air Conditioning (HVAC); Preventative Maintenance; Welding; and Hydraulics. Students will also be introduced to transportation and agriculture equipment repair business concepts. Diesel Technology emphasizes safety in all aspects of the program. Students will be prepared to take the State of Michigan Mechanic Certification and ASE Student Certification tests. Additionally, students may take the Forklift Certification, Snap-On Meter Certification, and MACS 609 Certification.