Power Systems students learn to repair and service gas and diesel engines, hydraulic systems, power train systems, electrical systems and air conditioning systems. Students have the opportunity to overhaul, restore and maintain small engines, tractors and industrial diesel equipment. Graduates are prepared for opportunities in sales and service, small business, farm and industrial settings.
- Diesel Mechanic
- Small Engine Mechanic
- Lawn and Garden Equipment Sales
- Air Conditioning Installer
- Air Conditioning Service Technician
- Hydraulic Service Technician
- Farm Equipment Mechanic
- Lawn and Garden Equipment Service
- Sales or Parts Technician
Some careers noted require additional education
- Service Ignition/Electrical Systems
- Repair Clutch/Drive Shaft/Transmission
- Service Cylinder Head/Valve/Camshaft
- Service Engine Block/Piston/Crankshaft
- Maintain/Repair Lubrication System
- Maintain/Repair Cooling System
- Gasoline/Diesel Fuel Systems
- Maintain/Repair Hydraulic Systems
Power Systems Technology is certified by the National Automotive Technician Education Foundation, commonly known as Automotive Service Excellence, ASE in Refrigerant Recovery and Recycling, and OKI Systems Powered Industrial Trucks. Colleges and technical schools that recognize credits earned in the program include Ohio Auto Diesel Technical College, Kubota Training Center, Massey Ferguson North American Training, Sperry New Holland Training, Ford Training Center, The Ohio State University and Morehead University.
Job Shadow/Internships, job placement:
Seniors may be eligible for early job placement the second half of the school year. Criteria for placement include instructor recommendation, grade point average and attendance.
Career Technical Student Organization:
Students in Power Systems have the opportunity to participate in FFA, a national organization for students interested in agriculture and leadership.
Contact Instructor Dan Tobler at 513-932-5677 ext. 5250 or [email protected].