Program Outcomes (Diesel)
At the successful completion of the program curriculum, students will be able to:
- Follow safety standards related to the safe functioning in a heavy-equipment shop environment.
- Apply theory and principles for proper maintenance, diagnosis, and repair of systems and components related to the construction, agricultural, marine, and transportation industries.
- Recognize potentially hazardous situations in the industrial workplace.
- Trouble shoots and resolve equipment malfunctions.
- Apply a logical assembly/repair process to repair projects.
- Disassemble and assemble various components used in the diesel Industry to manufactures standards.
- Set up welding power sources and wire-feeding units for common manual and semi-automatic welding operations (from related welding and diesel).
- Diagnose and repair electrical components and wiring used in the diesel industry.
- Use manufacturers' manuals in the performance of assigned work.
- Determine the status of parts for reuse using manufacturer's guidelines.
- Obtain an associate of technology
- 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