Heavy Duty Diesel Technology
What do our students learn?
The 3 major areas of ASE Heavy Duty Diesel repair: Diesel Engines T2,
Drive-train (clutches, manual transmissions, drive lines, differential
assemblies) T3, and Brakes T4
- Heavy duty diesel preventative maintenance and inspection T8
Advanced training in hydraulics, steering and suspension T5, HVAC T7, and
Electrical/electronic systems (T6) for diesel vehicles
- Diagnosis and repair modern heavy-duty diesel trucks
Diagnosis and repair of heavy duty diesel emissions systems, electrical and
Why CEI's Heavy Diesel program?
- 10:1 Student-to-teacher ratio
- Learn in a live shop
- ASE Master-certified instructors
- 1200 hours of experience
How Long Will it Take?
Intermediate Technical Certificate (ITC):
- 2 full-time semesters (12 months)
Advanced Technical Certificate (ATC):
- 4 full-time semesters (24 months)
Associate of Applied Science Degree (AAS):
4 full-time semesters (29 months) including 5 general education classes
Where are our Graduates Working?
- National and local repair shops
- Auto parts dealers
- Service stations and truck stops
- Construction companies
- Semi-truck and farm equipment dealers
How much do our graduates make?
Over the last five years our graduates started out averaging $20,800 to $42,640*
(Based on a 2080-hour work year, wage information is given within the first year
100% - Average placement for graduates over the past five years
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