Essential: Before. Now. Always
Diesel technology is an important part of the transportation industry and qualified diesel technicians play an integral role in keeping the industry moving. At J-Tech Institute, we’re doing our part to meet the demand for skilled diesel technicians by offering a 91-credit hour, ASE‑based Diesel Technology Program with a curriculum that is designed to help students acquire the hands-on skills and confidence they need to launch successful careers in the essential industry of diesel technology.
At J-Tech, we understand it takes more than a solid technical skill set to succeed. That’s why our curriculum is designed in collaboration with industry professionals and local employers. We’re actively listening and communicating to make sure our curriculum has what it takes to prepare students for the realities of the workplace. And it doesn’t all happen in a classroom. J-Tech’s shop mimics realistic work environments, so students receive valuable hands-on training that is as real as it gets.
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Have a personal interview with an Admissions Representative. This is your chance to get all of your questions answered about the program you’re interested in.
Complete and submit all required forms including the enrollment agreement, payment of the application fee, and a meeting with the Campus Leadership Team.
J-Tech will determine your eligibility on the basis of educational background, personal interview, and commitment to becoming a working graduate.
Meet with a Financial Aid Officer to determine your financial aid eligibility and options.
As a student in the Diesel Technology Program, you’ll be trained in the diagnostics, troubleshooting, and repair of light, medium, and heavy-duty trucks and their various systems including diesel engines, suspension and steering, drive train components that include transmissions and axles, brakes, preventive maintenance inspection, electrical/electronic systems, heating, ventilation and air conditioning.
You’ll get to work with the latest equipment in the J‑Tech shop such as:
Think ahead: after you obtain your associate’s degree in Diesel Technology, take your skills to the next level and take advantage of this opportunity at J-Tech. We are 1 of 3 training centers in the US chosen to teach this program, and if you are accepted into this impressive program, the opportunities are numerous!
Comprehensive certification course
Vast job opportunities in dealerships across the US and Mexico upon graduation
We base our curriculum on ASE standards in order to prepare students to successfully pass ASE certification testing. Our primary objective is to help our students graduate with the technical, business, and people skills they need to succeed in a highly competitive workplace. Our success at J‑Tech is a team effort. Come join our team and keep your future moving forward in an essential role!
of J-Tech Diesel Technology students graduate from the Diesel Technology Program
(start dates 12/01/2015 – 11/30/2016)*
of J-Tech Diesel Technology graduates are employed in their field of study
(start dates 12/01/2015 – 11/30/2016)*
*based on student achievement outcomes report to ACCSC in the 2019 Annual Report
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As a student in the Automotive Technology Program, you’ll be learning basic automotive maintenance, diagnostic procedures and effective repair methods, using testing equipment and specialized tools. The program also includes training on electrical, HVAC, engine performance, suspension, steering, brake systems, and transmission diagnosis and repair.
But it’s not all boring classroom lectures at J‑Tech Institute. We believe the best training comes from learning in a realistic setting. Our laboratory settings are designed to represent the actual automotive environments you could expect to find working in the automotive industry. What better way to prepare graduates for entry-level careers in automotive technology?