Gain a working knowledge of types and operation of small engines, engine service, and repair of outdoor power equipment.
From lawnmowers to go-carts, to weed-eaters – if it has a small engine, learn to troubleshoot, repair, and even rebuild if necessary. The practical, hands-on learning experience from this course will provide benefits that last a lifetime. Whether you repair small engines for a living or just keep up with your own equipment, the class will easily pay for itself many times over. In about six weeks, you can have a working knowledge of types and operation of small engines, engine service, and repair of outdoor power equipment. Small engine repair professionals can earn over $20 an hour with experience.
A list of tools with a cost of approximately $100 will be given on the first day of the class.
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Sample Program Plan and Costs
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Small Engine Mechanic
Gain a working knowledge of types and operation of small engines, engine service, repair of outdoor power equipment, engine tune-up procedures, and troubleshooting methods, engine failure analysis, engine performance measurement, engine system and engine rebuild procedures. See www.midlandstech.edu/training for required tools. Lots of hands-on learning.
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