Motorcycle Technology Program
If you love working with your hands, and the thought of working on some of today’s hottest motorcycles sounds appealing, you should consider becoming a Motorcycle Technician.
Motorcycle Technicians perform the tasks that keep the millions of motorcycles on the road running safely. And, you can bet that you’ll be challenged on the job daily to get it done quickly—and correctly.
Motorcycles are becoming increasingly popular, and it's likely that we’ll be seeing more and more of them on the road. As long as there are motorcycles, there will be a need for qualified bike or motorcycle mechanics that can perform the maintenance and repairs they need.
Our program offers training in the following:
- Suspension Systems
- Brake Systems
- Four Stroke Engines
- Two Stroke Engines
- Fundamentals of Electricity
- Electrical Systems
- Fuels Systems
If you have specialized training, you can be more selective about the job you apply for. You might even opt to get motorcycle training in a specific area such as transmissions, ignitions, brakes, or minor body repairs.
Graduates of this program may find career opportunities in the following areas:
- Dealership Motorcycle Technician
- Specialty Shop Motorcycle Technician
- Performance Shop Technician
- Motorcycle Assembly
- Customer Service Representative
- Parts Representative