Diesel Engine Mechanic/Heavy Duty Equipment (Truck) Mechanic
Online Diesel Mechanic Apprenticeship Program
Through Penn Foster's online Related Technical Instruction (RTI) for Diesel Mechanic/Heavy Duty Equipment apprenticeship and advanced training programs, your workers will gain the expertise and skills needed to prepare them for on-the-job success. Employees will learn extensive trade knowledge, including the maintenance and repair of essential driveline components, diesel engine troubleshooting and two- and four-cycle engine rebuilding.
What Your Learners Will Study:
- Maintenance and repair of essential driveline components.
- Diesel engine troubleshooting and two- and four-cycle engine rebuilding.
- The function of cooling, air intake, and exhaust systems for diesel engines.
- Using computerized management systems to diagnose and troubleshoot engine malfunctions.
Diesel Mechanic Training Curriculum
Est. base curriculum duration: 1455 hours
Designed with job-readiness in mind, Penn Foster’s Diesel Mechanic/Heavy Equipment Apprenticeship Related Technical Instruction (RTI) complements on-the-job training to ensure your mechanics become experts in the field. Our professional development program can be configured to meet your organization’s specific training needs. Online course options include:
- Maintaining Diesel Engines
- Drivelines and Transmissions
- Cummins, Mack, and Detroit Diesel Engine Mechanics
- Power Shift Transmission Systems Used in Heavy Duty Equipment
Penn Foster's configurable training outlines can be used to register your apprenticeship with the U.S. Department of Labor or your State Apprenticeship Agency. Our training consultants can work with you to build your apprenticeship program and help you seamlessly navigate the registration process. You can also find additional information and resources on how to set up apprenticeship programs through the U.S. Department of Labor Employment & Training Administration.
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