Power Sports Technician Curriculum

Power Sports Technician Curriculum


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Power Sports Technician

2018-19

Power Sports Technician

2017-18

Power Sports Technician

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Power Sports Technician (Spring 2019 - Term 2)

Suggested Course List

Power Sports Technician Curriculum Checklist

2019-20


Required Program Courses

31461301
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UGRD
| 5 CR
You will diagnose, troubleshoot, tune up, and overhaul engines and service chassis on lawn and garden equipment and industrial equipment. Practical hands-on experience is gained in engine disassembly, measuring parts for wear, cylinder reconditioning, valve train servicing, governor adjusting, fuel and ignition system servicing, and reassembly techniques. You will service drive and chassis systems to ensure the operation of the complete unit. You will also order repair parts, prepare service report forms, and learn customer relations. COREQUISITES: 31461302 Engine and Chassis Repair 2 and 31461335 Gas and Diesel Engine and Theory.
31461302
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UGRD
| 4 CR
You will diagnose, troubleshoot, tune-up, and overhaul engines and service chassis on handheld, industrial and compact equipment and tractors. Practical hands-on experience is gained in engine disassembly, measuring parts for wear, cylinder reconditioning, valve train servicing, governor adjusting, fuel and ignition system servicing, and reassembly techniques. You will service drive and chassis systems to ensure the operation of the complete unit. You will also order repair parts, prepare service report forms, and learn customer relations. COREQUISITES: 31461301 Engine and Chassis Repair 1 and 31461335 Gas and Diesel Engine Theory.
31461310
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UGRD
| 1 CR
This course is designed for the learner to understand basic 12-volt electrical circuits, wiring diagrams, starting, charging, and lighting systems. Classroom trainers will be used to apply electrical theory. Using hands-on activities, this course will help the learner to better understand basic 12-volt electrical systems.
31461312
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UGRD
| 1 CR
This course will provide a practical understanding of hydraulic components. Their design, application, operation and maintenance will be studied. Hydraulic training components will be used in the classroom.
31461335
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UGRD
| 2 CR
This course provides the theory necessary to understand and perform the hands-on tasks of troubleshooting and repairing engines, their drive mechanisms, and their chassis. Theory is presented on the principles of operation and service of 4-stroke, 2-stroke, and small diesel engines in the outdoor power equipment and compact equipment areas. Drive and chassis operation is explained to enable the student to service the complete unit. COREQUISITE: 31461302 Engine and Chassis Repair 2.
31461339
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UGRD
| 5 CR
This course will provide the theory necessary to understand and troubleshoot the components and systems unique to the outboard marine engine area. Theory will be given in the specialty areas of fuel systems, ignition systems, cooling systems, lubrication systems, and gear cases. You learn to apply basic troubleshooting techniques and repair procedures of marine engine service and repair to marine engines with emphasis on practical hands-on experience. PREREQUISITES: 31461302 Engine and Chassis Repair 2 and 31461335 Gas and Diesel Engine Theory.
31461342
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UGRD
| 3 CR
This course provides the theory necessary to understand and troubleshoot the components and systems unique to motorcycles. Theory is given in the specialty areas of carburetion, fuel injection, ignition, transmissions, clutches, and running gear. You will learn to apply basic techniques and procedures of motorcycle engine service and repair. This is a lecture- and lab-based course. Specialty areas dealing with transmissions and chassis on these units are covered with practical hands-on experience. PREREQUISITES: 31461302 Engine and Chassis Repair 2, 31461335 Gas and Diesel Engine Theory, and COREQUISITE: 31461343 ATV Service.
31461343
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UGRD
| 3 CR
This course provides the theory necessary to understand and troubleshoot the components and systems unique to ATVs. Theory is given in the specialty areas of carburetion, fuel injection, ignition, transmissions, clutches, and running gear. You will learn to apply basic techniques and procedures of ATV engine service and repair. This is a lecture- and lab-based course. Specialty areas dealing with transmissions and chassis on these units are covered with practical hands-on experience. PREREQUISITES: 31461302 Engine and Chassis Repair 2, 31461335 Gas and Diesel Engine and Chassis Theory, and COREQUISITE: 31461342 Motorcycle Service.
32442307
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UGRD
| 2 CR
Instruction in safe setup and operation of plasma cutting (PAC), oxy-fuel cutting (OFC), SMAW (Stick), GMAW (Mig), FCAW, and/or GTAW (Tig) welding in applications related to general industry practices. Selection of appropriate welding processes with a specific emphasis on typical repair situations including metal identification will be stressed.

Required General Studies Courses

32801361
|
UGRD
| 2 CR
This basic communication course focuses on effective listening, speaking, reading, and writing in life and at work. Students demonstrate their skills both individually and in groups. Students also produce such employment documents as a cover letter, a resume, and a preliminary job portfolio.
32804303
|
UGRD
| 2 CR
This course covers practical applications of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percent, proportion, and formula evaluation. The course also includes measurement, U.S. and metric systems of measurement, and basic geometry.
32809380
|
UGRD
| 2 CR
Improve intrapersonal and interpersonal skills in high demand by employers to enhance life-long learning both professionally and personally. Areas that are highlighted include providing excellent customer service in a diverse workplace, working ethically, improving motivation, applying critical thinking skills, and managing difficult situations.

Total: 32 Credits


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