Power Equipment Mechanics
Interested in learning hands-on skills working on gasoline and diesel engines, hydraulic and electrical systems, drive lines, steering and suspension systems and basic metal fabrication and welding? You can gain these highly valued skills and more in the Power Equipment Mechanics program. Students master a variety of skills as they operate, maintain and repair various vehicle systems as they relate to lawn and garden, industrial and agricultural equipment. Greene County is recognized around Ohio for its strong agricultural base. Qualified technicians who can maintain and repair agricultural and industrial equipment are in high demand. Additionally, the program has strong connections to the local agriculture community and you may be eligible for a variety of scholarships through local organizations like the FFA Alumni Association.
Medium and Heavy Truck Technician
Outdoor Power Equipment Technician
Construction Equipment Technician
Agricultural Equipment Technician
Equipment Maintenance Technician
Equipment Set-up and Delivery Technician
Power Sports Technician
Heavy Equipment Operator
Certifications and Credentials
Briggs and Stratton Master Service
STIHL Bronze Certification
Kohler Engine Certification
MACS Section 609 Certification
Equipment and Engine Training
Council – 4-Stroke Gas Engines,
Compact Diesel Engines and
Did You Know?
Students in Power Equipment Mechanics become members of FFA. The largest FFA Alumni Chapter in the State of Ohio is located in Greene County.
Clark State Community College
Tech Prep Scholarship ($3,000)
University of Northwestern Ohio
Edison Community College
Lincoln College of Technology
Ohio Technical College
Owens Community College
Career-Technical Student Organization affiliation – National FFA Organization
Contact Mike Spahr, Power Equipment Mechanics instructor, at email@example.com.