Diesel Service Technology - Program Overview

The diesel service technician repairs and maintains diesel engines and component support systems. PCC's diesel service technology program prepares you for entry-level positions in the industry.

When you enter the Diesel Service Technology Program you will get first-hand experience working on the latest industry products with the latest industry tooling and software. Some of our on-site equipment includes:

  • Over 50 diesel engines, 12 of which are computer controlled.
  • Fifty heavy-duty transmissions and several differentials.
  • Eleven trucks, one equipped with computer-controlled engines, with a world-class Allison, computer-controlled transmission.
  • Three backhoes.
  • Two Bobcat skid steers.
  • Three forklifts.
  • Hundreds of individual components.
  • Five shop PCs loaded with the latest diagnostic software.

PCC's diesel shop is a 17,000-square-foot facility with state-of-the-art equipment and tooling. The shop is surrounded by four classrooms to easily accommodate the Lecture/Lab format of instruction which allows students to learn "hands on" how to diagnose and repair today's complex systems. We have a staffed tool room with all of the latest specialty equipment.