• The Small Engine Technology program prepares students to apply technical knowledge and skills to repair, service, maintain, and diagnose problems on a variety of small internal-combustion gasoline engines and related systems.  Students will work on:
    • Portable power equipment
    •  Lawn and garden equipment
    •  Chainsaws
    •  Outboard motors
    •  Rototillers
    •  Snowmobiles
    •  ATV's
    •  UTV's
    •  Lawn mowers
    •  Motorcycles
    •  Personal watercraft
    •  Pumps and generators. 
    Students are taught to understand fuel, ignition and exhaust systems, manual starters, electrical and cooling systems, clutches and drive mechanisms.  Instruction also includes the use of technical and service manuals, state inspection code, care and use of tools and test equipment, engine tune-up/maintenance, engine overhauls, troubleshooting and diagnostic techniques.  
    Career Opportunities may include:
    • Motorcycle Technician
    •  Farm Equipment Technician
    •  Marine/Motorboat Technician
    •  Outdoor Power Equipment Technician
    •  Parts Person
    •  Customer Service Representative
    •  Dealership Salesperson
    •  Rental Yard Associate
    •  Production Line Technician
    •  Tire Repairs/Changers
    •  Small Business Owner 
    • Recreational Vehicle Service Technician.