Agriculture Equipment Service Technician
Program Code: 31-003-2
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Technical Diploma: 1 Year, 44 Credits
Financial Aid Eligible
While enrolled in this one-year technical diploma program, students will take classes in diesel engine systems, drive trains, hydraulics, electrical systems, GPS, air conditioning, materials handling equipment, and harvesting equipment. The program emphasizes practical, hands-on training and applied skills such as repair, diagnostic and troubleshooting skills which are critical for this industry.
This is a 44-credit program with most of the credits transferable to the associate degree program, Agriculture Power Equipment. It takes three terms to complete the diploma—fall, spring and summer.
All tools are provided by the college, however, students are required to have safety glasses, steel-toed shoes and purchase program shirts.
Program/Plan Admission Requirements
Program Offered at This Location
- Develop skills to perform engine maintenance, fuel systems repair and major diesel engine overhaul.
- Demonstrate technical ability and competency to diagnose and service electrical systems and hydraulic systems.
- Demonstrate the ability to troubleshoot and repair drive train systems.
- Demonstrate the ability to understand and service air conditioning systems.
- Obtain WI Air Conditioning Certificate.
- Demonstrate technical ability to understand, operate, and service planting, forage, and grain harvesting equipment.
- Demonstrate technical ability and competency to diagnose and service materials handling equipment (Skid loaders).
- Develop safe procedure and practices for all phases of service and repair of agriculture equipment.
- Demonstrate the ability to understand what is expected of a good technician when working with co-workers and dealing with customers.
- Develop the skills associated with computer-based systems on agriculture equipment. Use of computers will be stressed.
Helpful High School Courses
- Appleton—1825 N. Bluemound Drive
Agriculture, technical education, computers, math and related industry courses are helpful.
For additional information, call Tom Yost at (920) 735-2556.
For additional program/admission information, View Program Plan.