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Outdoor Power Equipment Tech.

  • Troubleshoot, repair, overhaul and assemble new and used motorcycles, and all terrain vehicles (ATVs)
  • Service lawn equipment, lawn and garden tractors, and snow throwers
  • Operate an on-site outdoor power equipment repair facility


What can I do when I graduate?
Small engine technician
Motorcycle technician
Industrial equipment mechanic
Recreational vehicle technician
Parts sales person
What would I do in this class?
Learn to troubleshoot and repair a wide variety of power equipment
Gain experience in maintaining many different pieces of power equipment.
Hands on training is provided on a wide selection of equipment.
Gain basic welding skills
Basic electrical repair
Tour technical colleges for further education
Take field trips to industry related shows.
Participate in School-to-Career work experience (Senior Year)
What can I do with further training?
Service manager
Shop foreman
Product sales
Recreational vehicle technician 

Program Quick Facts

Outdoor Power Equipment Technology students must be able to

  • Read and comprehend service manual information and instructions
  • Comprehend and use automotive math when using specifications
  • Stand and work on their feet for several hours at a time
  • Communicate well with customers, managers, and fellow workers
  • Use PC based computers to access information and troubleshoot problems with equipment
  • Have good hand-eye coordination
College Credits
Available Certifications
Lab Fees
John Resh Power Sports Institute EETC (Equipment & Engine Training Council) Level 1 (junior) - $ 46.00
(Uniforms - supplied by student)
Level 2 (senior) - $ 53.00
(Uniforms - supplied by student)
Tool List (to be supplied by student)

Uniform requirements

Black pants and work shirts, black leather steel-toed work boots
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