AY24 Academic Catalog/Handbook

Diesel Equipment Technology

Diesel equipment technicians work in a variety of different types of repair shops or in the field performing repairs on heavy trucks or diesel equipment and engines for customers. Repairs often involve the technician using a variety of tools and specialized equipment. In recent times computers diagnostic equipment is used in virtual all facets of the repair process. Diesel technicians are often paid an hourly wage and overtime hours are readily available. As a result, diesel technicians can make a higher annual wage than their hourly rate would indicate.

Program Advisors:

Brent Redfern

Department Chair, Diesel Equipment Technology Instructor

AAS, Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College