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?
  1. Small engine technician
  2. Motorcycle technician
  3. Industrial equipment mechanic
  4. Recreational vehicle technician
  5. Parts sales person
What would I do in this class?
  1. Learn to troubleshoot and repair a wide variety of power equipment
  2. Gain experience in maintaining many different pieces of power equipment.
  3. Hands on training is provided on a wide selection of equipment.
  4. Gain basic welding skills
  5. Basic electrical repair
  6. Tour technical colleges for further education
  7. Take field trips to industry related shows.
  8. Participate in School-to-Career work experience (Senior Year)
What can I do with further training?
  1. Service manager
  2. Shop foreman
  3. Product sales
  4. Owner/operator
  5. 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

Lab Fees


Uniform requirements

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

Career/Tech Club Affiliation


  • None at this time.