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. The program is one of only a handful of NATEF Master Accredited programs in the nation. All of our instructors are ASE certified Master Truck Technicians.

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. Our on-site equipment includes a variety of engines, transmissions and drive train components, braking and suspension components, late model trucks and diesel powered construction equipment.

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 and computers loaded with diagnostic software to service late model on and off highway vehicles.