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Marine Technology

March 3, 2016

If you enjoy boating or life on the water, you might want to consider marine technology. Similar to an automotive mechanics school, you will learn basic engine theory, marine product service, rebuilding, and repair. Discover more today!

 

 

Learn how to fix equipment the right way, so you can diagnose, service and repair both domestic and foreign automobiles, HVAC units, and plumbing lines of any type and size. Learn how to use the latest tools, equipment and technologies. Get training from instructors experienced in the business - pros who know what employers expect.

Motorcycle Technology

March 3, 2016

Several schools offer manufacturer-specific technical training on motorcycles. These programs provide the knowledge you need to begin a career in this field, even if you do not have prior experience with motorcycles. Areas of focus in these motorcycle programs include classes on engines and transmissions, and suspensions and chassis systems.

An Aircraft Mechanic performs the maintenance, inspection, and repair of an aircraft. Most aircraft mechanics work on a variety of different aircrafts and systems, such as the engines, brakes, landing gear, electrical systems and aircraft structures; but some specialize in repairing specific parts of the aircraft, such as the instruments or hydraulic systems.

 

 

Diesel Technology

March 3, 2016

In diesel technology programs you’ll generally learn to correctly test, diagnose and repair gasoline as well as diesel engines typically found in medium and heavy-duty trucks. You'll receive hands-on experience and knowledge working with truck fuel systems, truck electrical and electronic systems, drive trains, braking, steering, and suspension systems.

Automotive Technology

March 3, 2016

Automotive technology programs teach include courses in diagnosing, servicing, and repairing cars. Programs will vary depending on the automotive school, but there are classes and programs available for both domestic and foreign automobiles. 

Automotive collision repair and refinishing specialists work with both cosmetic and serious structural and engine damage. The work that collision repair and refinishing technicians do has become more dynamic and challenging. Automobile designs and technology have become increasingly complex, as car manufacturers are now incorporating body parts made of steel alloys, aluminum, and plastic.

Manufacturer-Specific programs require that prospective students graduate from a reputable automotive school.

Manufacturer-Specific programs require that prospective students graduate from a reputable automotive school. If you have not yet attended automotive school, that is the best place to start.

Manufacturer-Specific programs require that prospective students graduate from a reputable automotive school. If you have not yet attended automotive school, that is the best place to start.

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