Power Sports Technician
|31-461-3 Technical Diploma (one-year)
Offered at New Richmond
|Financial Aid Eligible|
Service. Technique. Quality Performance.
The Power Sports Technician program will prepare the student to troubleshoot, service, and repair recreational equipment. Theories of construction and operation of two- and four-cycle engines, new developments in environmental concerns, and engine overhaul are studied, as well as transmissions and chassis service techniques.
When it comes to hands-on learning, there's nothing like having a hot yellow motorcycle with flames as part of the curriculum. That's exactly what awaits students in the Power Sports Technician program at WITC. Read more.
WITC is an accredited Equipment & Engine Training Council (EETC) testing facility providing students with the opportunity to become industry certified.
Students in this program must:
- Complete application form and submit with fee (fee waiver may apply if previously submitted)
- Complete Accuplacer entrance assessment to determine placement (waiver may apply with acceptable alternative test scores and/or postsecondary degree completion)
- Review and sign Functional Abilities Disclosure
- Complete admissions meeting with a WITC counselor (above requirements should be completed prior to meeting)
Program OutcomesEmployers will expect you, as a Power Sports Technician graduate, to be able to:
- Repair brake systems
- Repair 2-stroke engine
- Repair 4-stroke engines
- Repair drive lines
- Repair electrical systems
- Repair suspensions
- Repair fuel systems
- Repair hydraulic systems
- Develop a customer work order
The estimated total program cost for the one-year Power Sports Technician program is $5,414 (does not include books, tools, supplies, or uniforms). This program is eligible for financial aid. View more information on program and costs.