Power Equipment Systems
Power Equipment Systems is a two-year program which provides students with the knowledge and skills required to service and repair air-cooled, engine-powered lawn and garden equipment, outboard motors, ATVs, etc. Areas of study include drive lines, hydraulics, hydrostatic transmissions and electrical systems. Students use of variety of power and machine tools, such as pneumatic wrenches, lathes, grinding machines, and welding equipment. Hand tools, including pliers, wrenches, and screwdrivers are commonly used.
This program can be completed in one year (540 clock hours).
Class starts in August each year.
Monday-Friday 11:15 AM-2:15 PM
Fundamentals of Power Equipment I
Fundamentals of Power Equipment II
Power Equipment Service I
Power Equipment Service II
Equipment and Engine Training Council (EETC): Technician Certification in six areas
Sample Job Titles
Small Engine Mechanic, Shop Mechanic, Equipment Service Technician, Lawn and Garden Service Technician, Marine Mechanic