Motive Power Technician
Become skilled in motive power in our 8,000 sq. ft. lab that includes industry-standard tools, diagnostic equipment, and lifts. You will learn to operate, diagnose and service all types of vehicles, from standard automobiles to industrial heavy-duty equipment, and have the opportunity to work on the latest technology by way of vehicle donations.
You will perform actual service procedures on a wide variety of components found in the power train of heavy vehicles, install and set up clutches, and tear down and assess the condition of manual transmissions.
Your Future Career
What You Learn
Semester One - Fall:
MPM 011 Electrical and Electronic Systems - Part 1
MPM 015 Engine Systems
MPM 020 Steering, Suspension and Brakes - Part 1
MPM 026 Applied Work/Trade Practices
MPM 029 Gear Train/Power Trains - Part 1
CMM 125College Communications
PSY 123Applied Psychology
Semester Two - Winter:
MPM 010Fuel Systems - Part 1
MPM 016 Electrical and Electronic Systems - Part 2
MPM 022Steering, Suspension and Brakes - Part 2
MPM 027Applied Work/Trade Practices
MPM 215Engine Support Systems
MPM 033Gear Train/Power Trains - Part 2
GenEdElective Delivered Online
Semester Three - Spring:
MPM 013 Fuel Systems - Part 2
MPM 017 Electrical, Electronic and Emission Systems - Part 3
MPM 030Fluid Power Systems
MPM 035Gear Trains/Power Trains - Part 3
MPM 040Climate Control Systems - ODP
MPM 050Work Placement (2 wks)
PFN 100Personal Finance
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