Outdoor Power Equipment Technician
The Outdoor Power Equipment Technician program will teach you to repair, service and maintain small gasoline- and diesel-powered equipment.
There are 2 streams in the outdoor power equipment technician trade. The first 2 periods of technical training covers topics that are common to both streams, and students choose their specialization in period 3.
- Outdoor power equipment technician – power equipment focuses on equipment such as generators, mowers, aerators, golf carts and chainsaws.
- Outdoor power equipment technician – recreational equipment focuses on equipment such as snowmobiles, recreational multi-wheeled utility vehicles, outboard motors and jet drives in boats and personal watercraft.
All application deadlines, start dates and training schedules are posted on the Tradesecrets website.
Outdoor power equipment technicians are employed in both the private and public sectors and in a number of different industries, based on specialized equipment.
Experienced technicians may advance to supervisor or service manager positions, be self-employed or start their own business.
Tuition & Fees (Cost per semester)
Tuition Cap: $784.00