Students are provided experience in maintaining and repairing heavy semi-trucks and industrial equipment as Central Ohio continues to develop as a major transportation and distribution hub. Students learn about, and work with, air and hydraulic brakes, engine components, engine tear-down, rebuilding and repairing, transmission components and air flow systems of diesel, industrial, commercial and agriculture equipment.
Work on engines and transmissions
Tear down and rebuild a variety of engines
Learn engine performance and maintenance
Disassemble and reassemble equipment.
Understand how to inspect brakes, steering, fuel, and air systems.
Troubleshoot problems and fix the issues.
Diesel Truck Engines
Truck Braking, Suspension, and Steering Systems
Ground Transportation and Maintenance
Ground Transportation Electrical/Electronics
YOUR PATHWAY TO SUCCESS
Whatever your pathway, whether it's employment, enrollment, or enlistment, the Diesel Technology program will provide you the opportunities to reach your goals through valued industry certifications, exposure to our college partners, and taking advantage of our Work-Based Learning program. Several of our graduates go on to become technicians, shop managers and owners, agriculture or industrial power technicians, or hydraulic engineers.
Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)
Clark State College
University of Northwestern Ohio
Universal Technical Institute (UTI)