Power Sports and Equipment

Program Description

The Power Sports and Equipment program prepares students to service and repair two- and four-cycle gasoline engines and controls on motorcycles, snowmobiles, outboard motors, chain saws, ATVs, lawn equipment, and personal watercraft. The Power Sports and Equipment program incorporates a factory type service setting in a workshop style classroom. Students can further their knowledge from instructors that are enthusiasts as well as industry trained. 

The Power Sports and Equipment program is an EETC test site and students can test for EETC certification. Equipment and Education Training Council is a national certification set by industry manufacturers that certifies technicians to work on small engines and is valued highly by employers. This program also helps prepares students for the State of Michigan Master Motorcycle Mechanics certification. Power Sports and Equipment is very project driven and designed to let the student work and learn at the same time. The Power Sports and Equipment program experience along with certification gives student graduates an excellent chance of securing an entry-level recreation vehicle repair career job.

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Related Professions
 
Marine Technician
Powersports Mechanic
Power Equipment Mechanic
Fleet Mechanic
Parts Salesman 
 

Possible Certifications
 
EETC Technician Certification (4-Stroke, 2-Stroke, Electrical)
Michigan Master Motorcycle Mechanic  

Articulations

Delta College
Davenport


2018-19 Accomplishments

  • SkillsUSA
    • Ben Elkin, State Silver Medalist -- Power Equipment Technology
  • 4-Stroke Technician Certification
    • Ben Elkin
    • Caleb Goldun
    • Logan Moore
    • Zac Kaeding
    • Jason Donaldson  


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Contacts

Teacher: Kevin Thomas
Email: 
kthomas@lapeerisd.org
(810) 664-1124 ext. 4142
  
Paraprofessional: Ted Plonkey
Email: tplonkey@lapeerisd.org

(810) 664-1124 ext. 4142