Outdoor Power

You would like this class if you are interested in:
  • How engines work
  • If you enjoy repairing electronics
  • If you like to questions how something works
Key things that you will learn in the class:
  • You will learn how a four stroke engine works
  • Basic electrical and how to troubleshoot with a Multimeter
  • Hookup and troubleshoot engine codes with a scanner
What you leave the class with:
  • NC3 525 Multimeter certification
  • NC3 Torque certification
  • AWS D9.1 Welding certification
What jobs you could start with after graduation:
  • You would be able to work in a motorcycle, side-by-side, or car repair shop
  • You could continue your education right into Trade school


Thomas Pablo

Motorcycle pictured in a shop with drill press and garage door in background.

Students start the year learning basic hand tools, then move onto motorcycles, ATV and side by side repairs. The class will take them from basic maintenance to complete restorations. They will learn to use the same equipment used by motorcycle industry such as tire machines, wheel balancer, diagnostic scanners, power probes and power lifts. Students will work on a Dyno-meter to learn to troubleshoot performance tuning. Don't miss this opportunity to work with local dealerships Dallas Harley Davidson, Lone Star Indian, and Polaris.

Students will work towards certification in:

  • Snap-on Precision Measurements
  • Engine Trouble Scanning
  • Basic Electrical Meter Usage
  • Polaris Engine Repair