Diesel Technology: Technician Assistant CPCC

 Industrial and Engineering Systems

Intended Program Outcomes:

  • Learn to explain and demonstrate safe and efficient shop practices; types and use of personal protective equipment, and proper use of shop tools and equipment. Complete forklift training and obtain certificate
  • Learn basic electrical theory, principles of electrical circuitry, component construction and operation, and the use of a digital multi-meter
  • Diagnose and repair steering and suspension systems, and perform steering, suspension, and chassis alignment
  • Understand the design, construction, and operation of the oil fueled, compression ignition engine
  • Understand the principles of operation of power train components and application of clutches, drive shafts, manual transmissions, and differential drive axles
  • Understand the principles of operation of compressed air systems and air brake components. Study electric, hydraulic, and mechanical braking system operation
  • Practice the use of oxyacetylene and AC/DC electric welding equipment to develop skills in brazing, welding, and cutting of various types of material
  • Develop basic typing and keyboarding skills

Diesel and welding required courses must be completed with a C or better.

BT120 Computer Keyboarding (or higher)
DSL141 Heavy Duty Steering & Suspension
DSL151 Heavy Duty Brakes
DSL152 Manual Drive Trains I
DSL161 Diesel Engine Theory
DSL181 Shop Practices
DSL191 Electrical Systems I
WLD111 Basic Gas & Arc Welding

(Information based on the 2013-14 BMCC Academic Catalog)