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Train for one of the world’s most high-demand careers in a program that consistently produces the best and brightest graduates in the industry. With the skills you’ll learn in our shop, you’ll have the ability to make a living pretty much anywhere you want to go. Why do it at WyoTech? Because we’re going to send you out there with more than an education; we’ll send you with an impressive toolbox of knowledge and hands-on experience you can only get from us.
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We’ll teach you the (literal) tools of the trade—then you’ll immediately put them to use to pull apart and rebuild your choice of a Cummins, CAT, or Detroit engine. Throughout the course, you’ll get familiar with performing tune-ups on all major diesel engine brands; learn how to adjust and run light-duty and heavy-duty engines; and learn how to navigate brand-specific websites.
We’ll set codes on the engine you’re working on; it’ll be your job to tell us what’s wrong, following a step-by-step diagnosis process that includes the use of websites for CAT, Cummins and Detroit. Additionally, you’ll go through the process of putting a 2016 Class 6 emissions truck in regen, and explore the latest technology for diesel management from engine, to exhaust, to diagnostics. On the refrigeration side, we’ll walk you through the full history of the modern-day refrigeration system, starting with the principles of heating and cooling, and ending with servicing and troubleshooting the refrigeration system. You’ll also have the opportunity to earn EPA 608 and EPA 609 certification when the course is complete.
Here’s where we’ll lay your theoretical foundation in antilock brake systems and automatic traction control systems. We start with differentials, then move through hubs, kingpins, and steering. During the course, you’ll get to overhaul an Eaton-Fuller manual transmission; pull, inspect, and measure tolerances on clutches; pull and inspect single- and double-gear reduction differentials; work on and adjust brakes; and work on computer-controlled manual transmissions.
Get the skills you need to work on any kind of heavy equipment! We’ll cover the foundations of hydraulics; hydrostatic drive transmissions; and how to properly hook up and perform tests using flow meters and pressure gauges. You’ll learn basic DC electricity and electrical systems; the fundamentals of heavy duty torque converters and Allison transmissions; and how to diagnose, troubleshoot and repair alternators and starters using freestanding engines and skid steer loaders. At the end of the course, you’ll have the opportunity to earn the Snap-On multimeter certification.
Most Diesel students choose Advanced Diesel, Chassis Fabrication, Applied Service Management or High-Performance Power Trains, all of which are designed to complement the skills you’ve learned in the Diesel Technology program and help you stand out to employers in the industry.
No matter where you go, the skills you acquire through our Diesel Technology program will give you the ability to make a living—whether it’s in the middle of acres of farmland, or somewhere with an ocean view. Although job placement isn’t guaranteed, our career services team works hard with our employer partners to place as many students as possible.
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