As a diesel technician, you will have a central place in the network that powers our country.
- Diesel-powered farm equipment covers 922 million acres of U.S. farm-land each year.
- Diesel-powered trucks, trains and ships carry tons of grain and livestock to market.
- Diesel-powered trucks ship almost all products to customers.
- Diesel-powered construction equipment builds the roads and bridges we drive on.
- Diesel-powered generators provide emergency power for hospitals and municipal utilities.
After evaluating our curriculum, equipment, and facilities, the National College of Automotive Service Excellence granted the Lake Area Technical College Diesel Technology program Master Certification status. As a diesel technology student at Lake Area Technical College, you can expect to be taught the latest in diesel tech from our ASE certified instructors. As you complete hands-on training in our new diesel facility, you can feel confident there is a place for you. After all, America runs on diesel!
- Diesel Truck and Ag/Industrial Options
- Diesel THINK BIG Caterpillar Option
- Diesel Case New Holland Option
Light Duty Diesel Technology Option for Diesel grads
If you’re a soon-to-be Diesel Technology graduate, we’ve got great news for you! Lake Area Technical College’s Automotive Technology program is now offering the new Light Duty Diesel Technology option for Lake Area Technical College Diesel Technology graduates. This new option will expand on the skillsets graduates have gained in their program and offer an even higher level of workforce marketability. Upon completion of the Light Duty Diesel Technology option, students will be eligible to test for A2, A3, A4, A7, and A9 ASE Certifications in Automobile and Light Truck.
To view this option’s course outline, please scroll down and click on the Light Duty Diesel Certificate Option for Diesel Graduates course outline link.
Diesel Program Course Transfer Policy
Students transferring in courses from another accredited institution may receive credit for courses completed with a grade B or above. All transfer courses will be reviewed by the Diesel Department Supervisor.