Mountain City Diesel Class at TCAT
MOUNTAIN CITY – Students who are studying diesel technology on the Mountain City Extension Campus of the Tennessee College of Applied Technology take time for a group photo.
The program is taught by Freddy Anderson in the TCAT Addition to the Career and Technical Education Building at the Johnson County High School. Classes meet from 4 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Monday-Friday.
Certificates will be awarded as Preventative Maintenance Service Technician, Diesel Engine Assembler, Diesel Technician Apprentice and Diesel Technician. Snap-On Certificates will be awarded in Safety, Torque, Multi-meter, Wheel Balance and Alignment, Scan Tool, PMI and Pro-Cut.
The program also leads to a Diesel Technician Diploma Award.
Units of study consist of Safety and Orientation, Diesel Engines, Drive Trains, Brakes, Suspension and Steering, Electricity/Electronics, Heating/Air Conditioning, Preventive Maintenance, Hydraulics and ASE Test Prep.
Financial assistance, including Tennessee Reconnect offering two years of free tuition, is available to those who qualify.
Contact Patricia Henderson at TCAT Elizabethton, 423 543-0070, Ext. 1004, for additional information.
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