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    The Heavy Equipment Mechanics (HEM) program focuses on producing technical skill’s as a foundation that will prepare a student to maintain, diagnose and repair all associated heavy equipment systems. In addition, parallel skills associated with Heavy Duty Trucks will be mastered with the objective of successful completion of ASE Certification on T2, T4, T6, and T8 examinations. Students will be able to practice and continue to develop their skills with practical application on current production diesel engines, transmissions, buses and motor grader. They will be proficient using web based service software, ordering parts and creating a reports of service work accomplished.


  • Program Length: 1800 Hours

    Enrollment Point: August

  • Career Opportunities: Dealer Service Technician, Contractor Service Technician, Rental Store Service Technician, Parts Store Professional, Maintenance Technician, Machine/Rental Sales Representative, Field Service Technician, Truck Shop Service Technician, Industrial Engine Service Technician

    Industry Certifications/State Credentials: ASE Certification Examination: T2- Diesel Engines, T4- Brakes, T6- Electrical/Electronics, T8- Preventative Maintenance-Inspection

What You'll Learn

Course Details

  • DIM0101 – Diesel Engine Mechanic/Technician Helper (150 hours)

  • DIM0102 – Diesel Electrical and Electronics Technician (300 hours)

  • DIM0103 – Diesel Engine Preventative Maintenance Technician (150 hours)

  • DIM0104 – Diesel Engine Technician (300 hours)

  • DIM0130 – Diesel Brakes/Fluid Technician (300 hours)

  • DIM0106 – Diesel Heating and Air Conditioning Technician (150 hours)

  • DIM0107 – Diesel Steering and Suspension Technician (150 hours)

  • DIM0108 – Diesel Drivetrain Technician (150 hours)

  • DIM0110 – Diesel Power Train Technician (150 hours)

Graduate with Career Ready Skills

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