Medium and Heavy Duty Truck and Bus Technician/Diesel Systems I

Workforce Certificate

Medium Heavy Duty Truck and Bus Technician

Become a Professional Diesel Technician

The Medium and Heavy Duty Truck and Bus Technician/Diesel Systems I Workforce Certificate (W.C.) program is designed to provide the training needed to gain entry level employment as a truck technician. The program is a total of 1,050 contact hours which can be completed in 12 months. Coursework includes classroom theory and hands-on lab exercises using the latest technology to locate, diagnose and repair problems with electrical, mechanical and computerized systems. These courses are embedded into the Medium and Heavy Duty Truck and Bus Technician (Diesel Technology) (5826) (W.C.), a 1,800 contact hour workforce certificate program. They offer an exit point for students who want to get the skills they need to quickly start a career as a Diesel Truck Technician. These courses can be completed in three consecutive semesters over a 12-month period. 

Program Code: 5836

1,050 Clock/Contact hours

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Financial aid is available, if qualified.

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(904) 646-2300

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Alternative ways to earn credit

You may be eligible to receive credit toward this degree through Prior Learning Assessment. Examples include industry certifications, certain PSAV programs, credit by examination, or creating a portfolio of learning experiences. For more information, contact an academic advisor or learn more about Accelerated College.

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This workforce certificate prepares you for employment upon completion of the program.

Career Opportunities

Having a successful career as a professional diesel technician requires training and professional certifications. Completing this program will help you achieve both of these goals. Technicians with formal training and ASE or factory certifications typically earn more and have more opportunity for advancement than those who don’t.

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