The Powersports and Small Engine Repair Technology program is accredited by the Equipment and Engine Training Council (EETC) and is taught by EETC certified instructors. The Powersports and Small Engine Repair Technology program covers diagnosis, troubleshooting, and the basic repair of multiple combustible piston-type engines and the equipment that they power.
The Powersports and Small Engine Repair Technology program includes classroom, lab, and shop experiences directed at maintaining and repairing a variety of two- and four-cycle engines used on recreational vehicles and outdoor power equipment including snowmobiles, motorcycles, four-wheelers, watercraft, lawn and garden, and portable power equipment. The instructional units emphasize the complete repair of various types of small engines and the equipment related to its use.
Prior to registering for courses in the Powersports and Small Engine Repair Technology program, students must attend a program orientation. This will be an informative session to let prospective students know what is required in the Powersports program. Students are offered entry into the program at the beginning of the fall semester.
All students accepted in this program must submit to a drug or alcohol test at the beginning of the program and at their own expense. See program web page or department chair for additional information regarding this policy.