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.
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 the Functional Ability Statement of Understanding
- Complete admissions meeting with a WITC counselor (above requirements should be completed prior to meeting)
Mechanical. Skilled. Customer Focused.
Successful graduates have certain characteristics and skills that help them succeed in the field. As you prepare for your career, you should strive to reach a comfort level in the following courses or skills:
- Automobile Mechanics
- Small Engine Repair
- Computer knowledge
This program will give you extensive amounts of time to work in our modern, well-equipped shop.
Student ProfilePower Sports Technician students should be able to:
- Apply scientific principles and technical knowledge
- Use independent judgment
- Visualize using diagrams
- Handle and manipulate equipment
- Work well with others
- Follow precise procedures
- Assume responsibility
- Stand for long periods
- Work with dust, dirt, oil, and grease
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.