Become A Small Engine Mechanic Or Save Money by DIY

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Power_MechanicsEvery day Small Engine Repair Mechanic are called on to troubleshoot and repair all types of engines and systems on power equipment. Join us to begin your career as a certified small engine mechanic or just to learn valuable troubleshooting skills to repair your own small engines. These classes will also prepare you to take EETC Certification tests should you be interested getting certified.

Program Includes:

  • Powered Equipment Electrical Systems
  • Industrial Electrical I
  • Mobile Hydraulics
  • Two and Four Stroke Engines
  • Mobile Generators

Financial Aid and Grant Funding Available for Qualified Applicants
For educational funding options and general program and registration information, contact our Career Coach, Catherine Kelley, 540-869-0771.

Learn More/Register for the Certified Small Engine Mechanic Programs.


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Want to get certified as a systems technician? The Equipment and Engine Training Council (EETC) offers an opportunity for the mechanic/technician in the Outdoor Power Equipment Field to receive recognition for their competence and professionalism. Each certification test listed below will be offered on Saturdays at the Middletown campus.  You may test for up to 4 certifications in one day. You must register for each of these certification tests separately.

Test to be a Certified Engine Technician or a Certified System Technician!

Customized your EETC Certification by taking any combination of tests below!

  • Two Stroke Engines
  • Four Stroke Engines
  • Compact Diesel Engines
  • Driveline/Hydraulics
  • Generators
  • Reel Technology
  • Components Plus