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Power Motorsports

High School students behind a motorcycle

CIP Code: 47.0699

Power Motorsports is a comprehensive career readiness program developed to bridge the gap between traditional academics and vocational technical programs.  Students will learn how to maintain and operate a variety of machinery and equipment.  In addition, students will learn how to effectively diagnose and repair outdoor power equipment, all-terrain / utility vehicles, as well as cars / light trucks.  Project based activities will cover intake components, exhaust systems, fuel injection / carburetion, electrical systems, lubrication, valvetrain components, and internal engine components.  In addition, students will be introduced to the theory of operation of diesel engines and their numerous advantages and applications. 

Course of Study

  • Power ATV/UTV
  • Intro Power Motor
  • Project I
  • Shop & Work Safety 
  • Shop Management & Operation 
  • Preventative Maintenance 
  • Steering, Suspension & Alignment 
  • Engine Performance 
  • PA Emissions & Safety Inspection 
  • Tires & Brakes 
  • Electrical Systems 
  • MIG Welding 
  • Intro to Hybrid Technology

 

Career Potential

  • Small Engine Service Technician
  • Automotive Service Technician
  • Diesel Service Technician
  • Recreational Service Technician
  • Marine Service Technician
  • Service Manager
  • Service Writer
  • Service Department Clerk 
  • Parts Manager
  • Parts Department Clerk 

Articulation Agreements

  • New Castle School of Trades
  • Universal Technical Institute

Industry Certifications

  • OSHA 10-Hour General Industry 
  • Master Service Technician
  • Lifting it Right
 
Mr. Coyle

Ryan Coyle
Instructor
Rcoyle@trinityhillers.net
(724)223-2000 x 6012