The Diesel Technology Program provides training in engine design and overhaul, electrical systems, air brake systems, pneumatic and hydraulic systems, diesel fuel and control systems, transmissions and axles, and metals and welding.
Students have the option of an Associate of Applied Science Degree or certificates (Basic Engine & Electrical, Powertrain, Fuel Systems, and Diesel Technology).
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What's New in Diesel
Applications open for Kiewit Scholars Program
Non-traditional students, low-income individuals and GED recipients may be able to receive financial assistance with tuition, fees and books through the Kiewit Scholars Program at North Platte Community College.
Applied tech open house planned at NPCC
Those interested in pursuing a career in building and transportation trades will have an opportunity to learn more about the fields and the training it takes to be successful in them next week.
- Demonstrate knowledge of hazards and related safety practices associated with diesel mechanics.
- Perform tasks related to entry-level employment in the diesel technology field.
- Demonstrate an understanding of personal and work characteristics that contribute to an effective job performance.
- Use communication skills appropriate to diesel mechanics.
- Apply the theory of diesel mechanics to specific jobs using critical thinking/reasoning and the ability to work independently.
Use mathematical data and reasoning skills in relation to diesel mechanics.
A variety of employment opportunities includes diesel service departments, independent repair shops, factory representative or private ownership of a repair business. Industries employing diesel technicians include, but are not limited to, railroad, trucking, agriculture, and lumber. Government agencies and the military also offer employment opportunities.