From dealerships to manufacturers – this program can take you anywhere in the power sports industry.
The Powersports Technology* program uses the latest tools of the trade to get hands on diagnostic and repair training on:
Outdoor power equipment
Outboard or inboard marine equipment
Students develop skills and abilities necessary to test, diagnose, adjust and repair various systems on all types of recreational equipment.
*Formerly known as Recreational Engines. Name changed May 2012.
Employers are looking for small engine mechanics who have a working knowledge of the latest technological advances in 2- and 4-stroke engines regarding emissions reduction. As the government increases regulation of the emissions produced by small engines, it becomes even more important that these workers have the most up-to-date pollution control training in this field.