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Today’s Modern Diesel Engine Demands a Different Kind of Mechanic

Diesels are still going strong. Today’s diesel powered engines are a lot different than those manufactured 25 years ago. Stringent emissions regulations are a principle reason diesel engine designs have become increasingly complex. You may be familiar with numerous gadgets under the hood of most vehicles, but do the terms 20,000-psi fuel injection, particulate traps and oxidation catalysts sound familiar?

At present, diesel is the primary commercial fuel in the U.S. for diesel transports carrying the nation’s freight. Unfortunately, diesel happens to be one of the most volatile commodities on the global market influenced by price fluctuations. However, the price of diesel has never been positioned to stop the world’s progress when it comes to diesel power.

Today’s Diesel Mechanics Are a Different Breed

Servicing and repairing diesel equipment becomes more technically challenging with each new generation. Diesel core technology programs, such as those offered by WyoTech, produce graduates with the skills, confidence and expertise to help keep the products of many of today’s top manufacturers operating smoothly.

What Does WyoTech Offer?

Every WyoTech student gets hands-on training in a real workplace environment working on such industry leaders as Caterpillar, Cummings and Detroit Diesel. And they get to learn their trade from professional instructors who bring years of industry experience, practical tips and real-world insights that prepare WyoTech students to work smarter and more effectively in their new career.

WyoTech students also work with many of the diagnostic and servicing tools used by leading diesel operators.

ASE Certification Experience

WyoTech students graduate with one year of experience towards certification by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence.

Does this sound like the technical school training that can help get your career possibilities fired up?

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