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Programs for the Best Jobs

Programs for the Best Jobs

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Fall 2014 Course Schedule

Power Sports Technology
Career Opportunities
Service Technician
Sales/Manufacturer's Rep
Motorsports Mechanic
Small Engine Technician
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Average Salary
According to the US Department of Labor and Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual wage for career opportunities from this program is:
Power Sports Technology
Technicians in the fast-growing occupation of outdoor power sports are in demand all across the country. The last two decades have seen an increase in the number of recreational vehicles in households and businesses: motorcycles, scooters, snowmobiles, ATVs, four-wheelers and more.

Students will get experience learning service and repair of these high-powered machines in MTI’s state-of-the-art laboratories.   

An optional second year is offered.  Students who complete the second year will earn an AAS degree and will receive enhanced training in areas like marine engines, jet skis and other personal watercraft, metal fabrication, paint and detailing, supervision and management and more.  With two years of training, students will have even more opportunities in this exciting field.

Many dealerships in the region will offer supervised job shadowing and internship experiences. Employment opportunities can be found in many areas including dealership sales and service, cycle builders and manufacturers, ag maintenance shops and various other locations.

Note: Students are required to use a laptop or notebook computer for this program.  Students may bring their own device, which must meet MTI specifications, or may purchase one from MTI.

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