Diesel Technology

Training Program

Credential(s) Offered

Measurable skills gain

Method of Delivery

In Person

When offered

Daytime Hours, Evening Hours

Instructional Program (CIP)

Diesel Mechanics Technology/Technician. 470605


The Diesel Technology program will prepare students for employment as entry-level technicians in the maintenance, repair, service, and operation of medium/heavy diesel technology and equipment. The program combines theory with hands-on training designed to simulate the work environment and help students obtain the skills needed to excel in the field. Students will gain knowledge and skills in the following areas: Electronic Circuits, Cooling Systems, Truck Brake Systems, Steering and Drive Trains, Hydraulics, Torque Converters, and Alignment. Opportunities for graduates include entry-level positions in dealerships, service stations, private repair enterprises, franchised truck repair organizations, medium/heavy equipment maintenance shops, and companies with vehicle fleets as general technicians and many others.

Program Outcomes

• Achieve a high level of craftsmanship and professionalism.

• Inspect, diagnose, and conduct failure analysis and preventive maintenance inspections during repairs.

• Use service resources effectively.

• Apply fundamental skills and concepts to unfamiliar situations.

• Provide superior customer service.

• Follow safe shop practices.

• Select and maintain appropriate tools.

• Demonstrate both oral and written communication skills effectively, and practice productive interpersonal relations.


Program Length (Weeks)




Entrance Requirements

High School Diploma or Equivalent


Community Care College

WIOA Approved Program


Training Location(s)

4242 South Sheridan

Local WIB

12 - TulsaRegion

Name of Credential


Type of financial aid offered or have access to

Pell, FSEOG Grant, and Direct Student Loans

Refund Policy

In accordance with school policy, any student who

Is the proposed curriculum currently certified by an accrediting agency or similar national standardization program?


Is this proposed curriculum considered a nontraditional program of training services for women?


Is this proposed curriculum considered a nontraditional program of training services for men?


Cost Items

Books (Estimated)

$364.00 Books

In-State/District Tuition

$17,820.00 In-State Tuition

Other Fees

$902.00 Fees and Uniform

Out-of-State/District Tuition

$17,820.00 Out-of-State Tuition

Registration Fee


Supplies/Materials/Hand Tools (not included in tuition)

$4,659.00 Kit

Total In-State Program Cost


Total Out-of-State Program Cost


Demand Occupation(s)

49-3031.00Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists
$13.55 per hour

Provider Status



4242 S. Sherdian, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74145

Phone Number

(918) 610-0027

Fax Number

(918) 610-0029

Web Address

Last Updated

Apr 28, 2021


Mar 05, 2020