Motorcycle Technology - Harley-Davidson Concentration
Harley-Davidson Concentration Overview
Harley Davidson Concentration
The Motorcycle Technology program is designed to provide students with a technical skill set and applied logical diagnostics approach to diagnose, service, and repair modern motorcycles.
After completion of their core motorcycle repair training, students can proceed into the Harley-Davidson concentration. The Harley-Davidson concentration course include:
- Harley-Davidson Engines
- Harley-Davidson Chassis
- Harley-Davidson Engine Controls
The Harley-Davidson courses emphasize the disassembly, inspection, and assembly of the Big Twins, and V-Rod engines. Students will perform the necessary measurements and adjustments for proper engine operation.
This concentration will allow the student to build upon the knowledge and skills of the core and to apply them to the diagnosis, service, and repair of Harley-Davidson motorcycles.
Employment opportunities that call for the knowledge presented in this course are:
- entry-level positions with dealerships
- specialty shops
- performance oriented businesses
Campuses that offer Harley-Davidson Concentration
Other Specialties in the Motorcycle Technology Core*
* Not all courses and specialties offered at all locations.
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