There is more to Diesel Training than You Think!
- Marine Diesels/Ships and Boats
- Farm Tractors and Equipment
- Road Construction, Bulldozers and Graders
- Aircraft Support Equipment
The Bigger The Better!
From tractors and trailers to off the road construction equipment, from harvesting the country’s crops to powering large yachts and motor vessels. ATI’s large shop is equipped with engines from 400 to 12,000 pounds, a wide variety of manual and automatic transmissions, complete tractor-trailers, and a full-service fuel injection shop. The rewards are great and the opportunities are plentiful.
Heavy vehicles have replaced the railroads as the country’s prime movers, so if you want to help keep America moving, then Diesel and Heavy Vehicle Technology is for you!
Program DescriptionThe Automotive/Diesel Technology diploma program combines the Automotive Technology program and core requirements of the Heavy Vehicle Technology Program. Students receive classroom and laboratory training using modern test equipment and specialized tools. The ASE/NATEF based automotive portion provides training in the practical aspects of automotive maintenance and repair with emphasis on logical diagnostics procedures and effective repair methods. The diesel portion offers training in the fundamentals of diesel technology. Students gain hands-on experience in a realistic shop environment where they must demonstrate specific proficiencies. This combination of training allows the student the flexibility of both automotive and diesel technologies thus giving the student additional marketability. The program prepares graduates for an entry-level automotive and/or diesel technician position.
|Course Number||Course Requirements||Clock Hours||Credit Hours|
|ORN120||Fundamentals of Technology||100||4|
|HVT131||Preventative Maintenance Inspections||100||4|
|HVT122||Vehicle Electrical Systems||100||4|
|HVT123||Environmental Comfort Systems||100||4|
|HVT134||Four Cycle Diesel Engines||100||4|
|HVT125||Diesel Fuel Systems||100||4|
|HVT126||Advanced Diesel Fuel Systems||100||4|
|HVT228||Brakes & Suspension||100||4|
|HVT229||Steering & Alignment||100||4|
- Students attend class four (4) days per week on various schedules.
- Program length is approximately 75 weeks.
- At the successful completion of the program, the student will receive a Diploma in Automotive Diesel Technology.
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