Motorcycle and Powersports Product Repair Techniques
Are you looking for a fun career? It’s right here! Can you make a living doing something you love? Absolutely! Motorcycles, quads, snowmobiles, ATVs and more; learn how to fix them all and keep them running at peak performance in the Motorcycle and Powersports Product Repair Techniques program.
|Full-time Duration:||1 year|
Why this program?
The Motorcycle and Powersports Product Repair Techniques program is your gateway to the motorcycle and power sports industry. Training in the enviable Ashtonbee campus, Ontario’s largest transportation training facility, you will learn essential diagnostic skills, practice hands-on techniques, and gain the theoretical knowledge to best position yourself for employment in this exciting industry. The best part is; no previous experience is necessary! We will teach you what you need to know.
What can I expect?
You are in good hands in this program. Your instructors are not only connected to the industry but are seasoned professionals with real-world experience who are committed to your success.
You will spend about 60 percent of your time learning the theory and technique needed to build a solid base of knowledge on motorcycle and powersports repair. Not only will we teach you the essential diagnostic skills you will use throughout your career, but we will also provide you with a complete range of technical training in areas like workplace practices, welding, mechanical systems, workplace safety, computers, and more.
You will spend the remaining 40 percent of your time in this program practicing–honing your skills in spacious, modern, and well-equipped labs. Hands-on is the very best way to learn a skill!
After graduating from the Motorcycle and Powersports Repair Techniques program, you will be prepared to enter an apprenticeship or entry-level position within the industry. You may look for employment opportunities in motorcycle dealerships, marinas or even golf courses to repair ATVs, motorcycles, snowmobiles, personal watercraft, and more.
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- Apprentice motorcycle technician
- Apprentice small engine mechanic
- Apprentice marine mechanic
- Parts and service
- Counter staff
Areas of Employment
- All-terrain vehicles
- Personal watercrafts
- Small engines
- Small powered products
- Motorcycle dealerships
- Golf courses