Estimated Cost: $18,705
Program Length: 4 semesters
Our Diesel Technology-Truck program is designed for just for you if you want a challenging and rewarding career. We teach the industry's highest standards and exact procedures are followed throughout the program. You will be trained in all phases of over-the-road truck repair, including electrical/electronic systems, engines, power trains, suspension and steering, brake systems, hydraulics, and preventative maintenance. Many people choose to be masters of all truck systems to be able to personally handle any customer concern. You will also have the opportunity to hone your skills in our new Crete Carrier Diesel Technology & Welding Center.
You will be successful in our Diesel Technology-Truck program if you:
You can start the Diesel Technology-Truck program in the Fall or Spring terms. Follow these steps to finish your application:
In addition, you are required to provide or purchase a basic tool set during the first semester. Tools may be purchased at the SCC Campus Store, the SCC Milford Parts Store or off-campus. You are required to wear safety-toe boots or shoes during all lab activities and while participating in the Cooperative Education/Internship program.
You will be trained in all phases of light, medium and heavy over-the-road truck repair in our Diesel Technology-Truck program. We prepare you for employment as high-quality entry-level truck service technicians in truck dealerships, truck fleet service facilities, and independent truck service shops. Recent SCC graduates report an average starting annual salary of $43,160. Diesel Technology-Truck career options include:
Our program is four semesters and is certified by the:
ASE Education Foundation1503 Edwards Ferry Rd. NE, Suite 101
Leesburg, VA 20176
You will take lecture/lab courses at our Milford campus and have a unique opportunity to demonstrate your classroom skills in a cooperative education experience in a repair shop. Wages earned during your cooperative education training can be used to offset educational costs.
Karl Eickhoff, Instructor, Program DirectorASE Master Automobile TechnicianASE Master Truck
TechnicianASE Advanced Level Specialist L1 & L2 AAS Automotive Technology - Southeast
Community College21 Years Experience402firstname.lastname@example.org
Jacob Friesen, InstructorASE Preventive Maintenance, Air Brakes, Hydraulic Brakes &
Steering / Suspension CertifiedAAS, Diesel Technology - Southeast Community College20 Years
Andrew Schiessl, InstructorASE Med./Heavy Duty Truck Master CertifiedIsuzu, Freightliner
& Detroit Diesel Expert CertifiedAAS, Diesel Technology – Truck – Southeast Community College 4
Southeast Community College Dedicates State-of-the-Art Diesel Tech, Welding Facility