Construction Equipment Systems Technology Certificates

  • One of two certificates in the Forklift Technician Diploma program to prepare students to become forklift technicians who can service troubleshoot and repair various types of lift trucks in the material handling industry. Diesel, gasoline, propane and electric machines are covered in detail, and the program consists of electrical, hydraulic, engine and powertrain courses, to name a few.

  • One of two certificates in the Forklift Technician Diploma program to prepare students to become forklift technicians who can service troubleshoot and repair various types of lift trucks in the material handling industry. Diesel, gasoline, propane and electric machines are covered in detail, and the program consists of electrical, hydraulic, engine and powertrain courses, to name a few.

  • This certificate curriculum is designed to provide individuals with the knowledge and skills needed to troubleshoot and repair fuel injection, electrical, and electronic systems in construction equipment. Construction equipment includes dozers, scrapers, loaders, and forklifts.

    The core course work includes the theory of operations, troubleshooting techniques, and repair procedures for electrical and electronic systems. The concentration courses will also include fuel injection systems. Graduates of the curriculum should qualify for entry-level employment opportunities at businesses, which repair construction equipment.

    Entry and advancement levels depend on the amount of training completed, knowledge and ability levels, work performance, and ethics.

  • This certificate is designed to provide individuals with the knowledge and skills needed to troubleshoot and repair hydraulics, engines, and transmissions in construction equipment. The core course work includes the theory of operations, troubleshooting techniques, and repair procedures for engines and hydraulics systems.

    The concentration courses will also include transmissions. Graduates of the curriculum should qualify for entry-level employment opportunities at businesses, which repair construction equipment.

    Entry and advancement levels depend on the amount of training completed, knowledge and ability levels, work performance, and ethics.