Program Outcomes (Diesel)

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South Campus

Gene Gablehouse
Instructor
253.680.7438

Mick McGuire
Instructor
253.680.7436

Mike Sartore
Instructor

Ray Shjerven
Instructor
253.680.7435

Jim Field
Career Advisor
253.680.7410

Location South Campus

Hours Mon-Fri, 7:15 a.m. - 3 p.m.

 

At the successful completion of the program curriculum, students will be able to:

  1. Follow safety standards related to the safe functioning in a heavy-equipment shop environment.
  2. Apply theory and principles for proper maintenance, diagnosis, and repair of systems and components related to the construction, agricultural, marine, and transportation industries.
  3. Recognize potentially hazardous situations in the industrial workplace.
  4. Trouble shoots and resolve equipment malfunctions.
  5. Apply a logical assembly/repair process to repair projects.
  6. Disassemble and assemble various components used in the diesel Industry to manufactures standards.
  7. Set up welding power sources and wire-feeding units for common manual and semi-automatic welding operations (from related welding and diesel).
  8. Diagnose and repair electrical components and wiring used in the diesel industry.
  9. Use manufacturers' manuals in the performance of assigned work.
  10. Determine the status of parts for reuse using manufacturer's guidelines.
  11. Obtain an associate of technology
  12. Enter employment with industry partners to apply training in the actual work place for evaluation and feedback through Work-based Learning.   

In addition, the following college-wide learning outcomes reflect the guiding expectations of all programs at Bates Technical College.

  • Human Diversity
  • Effective Communication
  • Critical Thinking