A graduate of the program will have the potential for employment in the following areas:
Diesel and Heavy Equipment Technician: diagnoses, services, and repairs a variety of heavy equipment ranging from over-the-road trucks, off-road construction equipment, agricultural equipment, and potentially stationary power supply engines.
Related Specialist Technician: diagnoses, services, and repairs fuel injection systems, hydraulics systems, trailer service and other specialty areas.
Related Parts Support Manager: manages a parts department within a repair facility.
Industry Related Service Manager-Supervisor: manages technician performance, directs work flow, tracks work progress, coordinates service business profitability, reports to Operations level management.
Industry Related Sales Representative: sales position within the diesel and heavy equipment industry or support business to the industry.
Business Owner: owns own business related to the diesel and heavy equipment or support business.
Educational Trainer: With additional study and transfer to a four-year baccalaureate college, a graduate could pursue a four-year degree in secondary, post-secondary or technical training industry.