AG/Motorcycle/Outdoor Power Technology

COURSE OVERVIEW: 1ST YEAR
(DOE COURSE: RECREATIONAL & MOBILE EQUIPMENT I-5842)

AG/Motorcycle/Outdoor Power Technology students will be exposed to areas such as shop safety, shop operations, hand tool usage, component identification, engine design, electrical systems, primary and final drives, 4-strokes, 2-strokes and clutch and brake systems. Students spend a majority of time developing hands-on skills in customer service, engine repair, drivability, diagnostics, shop management, and high performance. Earn tools and scholarship money through involvement in student organizations such as SkillsUSA, FFA, Hot Rodders of Tomorrow, and NHRA’s Young and Education Services by competing in a skill area.

Students enrolled in the program have an opportunity to participate in three student group/competitions-SkillsUSA, Hot Rodders of Tomorrow, and Future Farmers of America (FFA). Participation in these activities provides students opportunities to improve skills, network with professionals in the field, and earn scholarship dollars for post-secondary education.
  • Develop essential core skills required to prepare for a career in small engine and motorcycle repair
  • Introduction to theory and hands-on experience to develop basic knowledge and skills in agricultural mechanics
  • Instructional areas include the basic fundamentals of maintaining and repairing internal combustion engines, drive components, hydraulics, pneumatics, basic electrical systems, basic welding skills, fabrication, cold metal work, shop and equipment safety, and customer service skills
  • Earn tools and scholarship money through involvement in student organizations and competitions such as SkillsUSA, FFA, Hot Rodders of Tomorrow, and NHRA’s Youth and Education Services by competing in a skill area
COURSE OVERVIEW: 2ND YEAR
(DOE COURSE: RECREATIONAL & MOBILE EQUIPMENT II-5844)
  • Analyze, diagnose, and repair equipment for individuals in the community
  • Participate in high-level paid internships with area businesses
  • Continue to earn scholarships and prizes with student organizations
  • Prerequisite: Motorcycle/Outdoor Power Technology 1
    (DOE COURSE: RECREATIONAL & MOBILE EQUIPMENT I-5842)
CAREER FOCUS
  • Students will be prepared for immediate employment in small engines and motorcycle repair and/or further education

Earn up to 12 college credits
Certifications available
1st year costs = $80
2nd year costs = $30

AG/Motorcycle/Outdoor Power Technology

COURSE OVERVIEW: 1ST YEAR
(DOE COURSE: RECREATIONAL & MOBILE EQUIPMENT I-5842)

AG/Motorcycle/Outdoor Power Technology students will be exposed to areas such as shop safety, shop operations, hand tool usage, component identification, engine design, electrical systems, primary and final drives, 4-strokes, 2-strokes and clutch and brake systems. Students spend a majority of time developing hands-on skills in customer service, engine repair, drivability, diagnostics, shop management, and high performance. Earn tools and scholarship money through involvement in student organizations such as SkillsUSA, FFA, Hot Rodders of Tomorrow, and NHRA’s Young and Education Services by competing in a skill area.

Students enrolled in the program have an opportunity to participate in three student group/competitions-SkillsUSA, Hot Rodders of Tomorrow, and Future Farmers of America (FFA). Participation in these activities provides students opportunities to improve skills, network with professionals in the field, and earn scholarship dollars for post-secondary education.
  • Develop essential core skills that are essential in working with motorcycles and other small engines
  • Introduction to theory and hands-on experience to develop basic knowledge and skills in agricultural mechanics
  • Instructional areas include the basic fundamentals of maintaining and repairing internal combustion engines, drive components, hydraulics, pneumatics, basic electrical systems, basic welding skills, fabrication, cold metal work, shop and equipment safety, and customer service skills
COURSE OVERVIEW: 2ND YEAR
(DOE COURSE: RECREATIONAL & MOBILE EQUIPMENT II-5844)
  • Analyze, diagnose, and repair equipment for individuals in the community, working on realworld projects
  • Participate in high-level paid internships with local companies
  • Continue to earn scholarships and prizes with student organizations
  • Prerequisite: Motorcycle/Outdoor Power Technology 1
    (DOE COURSE: RECREATIONAL & MOBILE EQUIPMENT I-5842)
CAREER FOCUS
  • Students will be prepared for immediate employment in small engines and motorcycle repair and/or further education

Earn up to 12 college credits
Certifications available
1st year costs = $80
2nd year costs = $30