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Motorcycle Repair

CampusStart DateTuition/Fees
MonctonSeptember 2024 (Blended Delivery) Domestic | International

Program Overview

Whether running the main roads or riding the trails, motorcycles and all-terrain vehicles have always been symbols of freedom and adventure. Motorcycle technicians find their own career freedom and adventure, keeping these machines in tip-top shape for their owners. Whether you love to ride or you're looking for a different path for your mechanical abilities, training as a motorcycle technician could put you on an open road of career possibilities.  Your career could include working on all kinds of equipment and small engines, from motorcycles to outboard motors and garden tractors.
 
In our Motorcycle Repair program, you'll learn to diagnose and repair motorcycle systems, including two and four-stroke engines, carburetion, fuel injection, and electrical systems. You'll work on a variety of different equipment from brand-name manufacturers in our fully equipped workshop, and you'll graduate and be ready to start working in just one year. For motorsport enthusiasts, this is a career with no line between work and play. Enroll today in the Motorcycle Repair program and kickstart the ride of your life.


Duration

The requirements for this certificate program may be achieved within one academic year of full-time study.


Admission Requirements

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  • High School Diploma or Adult High School Diploma or GED Diploma of High School Equivalency or Essential Skills Achievement Pathway: Post-Secondary Entry High School Diploma

    NB Francophone High School Math Equivalencies
    International Student Admission Equivalencies


    Career Possibilities

    Motorcycles are used all over the world, and skilled service technicians are needed to keep them running. Graduates often find work in dealerships, working on specific brands and advancing their knowledge of that manufacturer's lineup of products.
     
    With the popularity of customized bikes, technicians also find opportunities with specialty builders and performance shops or start shops of their own. Because small engines power so many things, technicians are not limited to motorbikes. Our graduates can fix almost anything, and some graduates find opportunities working on everything from industrial equipment such as forklifts to snowblowers, lawn equipment, and more.



    Specific Considerations

    Consider completing the "Gearing Up" motorcycle training course offered by Safety Services New Brunswick to increase employment potential.

    Technology Requirements
    Ӱ̳ is a connected learning environment. All programs require a minimum specification, including access to the internet and a laptop. Your computer should meet your program technology requirements to ensure the software required for your program operates effectively. Free wifi is provided on all campuses.


    Areas of Study

    • Workplace Safety
    • Electrical and Electronic Systems
    • Engine Maintenance
    • Engines and Engine Components
    • Brakes, Wheels and Tires
    • Transmissions
    • Vehicle Service
    • Chassis
    • Welding and Cutting


    Program Courses

    Course curriculum for this program is still under development. Once the courses have been finalized, they will be posted here. Courses are subject to change.


    NOC Codes

    72423 - Motorcycle, all-terrain vehicle and other related mechanics
    72429 - Other small engine and small equipment repairers


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