Graduates will have the ability to diagnosis troubles and disassemble diesel engines; replace pistons, bearings, gears, valves and bushings; install ignition systems; replace steering/suspension components; replace transmissions and parts; lubricate moving parts; diagnosis problems with and replace chassis assemblies, repair undercarriages, troubleshoot hydraulics; replace both air and hydraulic brakes; perform maintenance and repair of generator sets. Students will also receive Commercial Truck Driving training in order to test drive vehicles.