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HowardHoward High School of Technology

Engine Technology

The Engine Technology program provides students with the knowledge and training to maintain and repair two and four-cycle engines, chain saws, motorcycles, snowmobiles, construction equipment, lawn equipment, small farm equipment, and others. These items represent a significant portion of the mechanical fields requiring qualified technicians of tomorrow. Students in this program will gain hands-on experience in mechanical technology with concentrations in: industry safety, basic hand tools, engine dynamics (two and four-cycle), diesel engine technology, basic mechanical troubleshooting, equipment repair and maintenance (outdoor power, construction, motorcycle), basic transmission/pneumatics, parts management, small business management (overview), customer relations, employability/interpersonal skills, and leadership.

EETC certification may be obtained in 2-cycle, 4-cycle, and small-frame diesel

Employment opportunities available after high school graduation:

Outdoor Power Equipment Technician, Motorcycle Subassembly Technician, Commercial Technician, Parts Management Technician, Equipment Salesperson, Hydraulics/Pneumatics Technician

Employment opportunities requiring apprenticeship training after high school:

Construction Equipment Technician

Employment opportunities requiring 2-years of specialized training after high school:

Motorcycle Technician, Automotive Repair Technician Specialist, Diesel Technician