|September 2024 (Blended Delivery)
|Domestic | International
|September 2024 (Blended Delivery)
|Domestic | International
Every day in Canada, tens of thousands of trucks and transportation vehicles hit the roads. From goods and materials on big rigs to people on buses, they move just about everything. The transportation of goods in a timely manner is vital to business. Truck and transport service technicians are the people who keep the equipment rolling safely down the road. If you’re a gearhead who loves working on anything with wheels, imagine what you could do working on machines with 18 of them.
In our Truck and Transport Service Technician program, you'll gain hands-on experience with the nuts and bolts of every system on some of the largest vehicles out there. You'll learn about the engine, electrical, hydraulic, braking, and other vehicle systems, and how to examine vehicles for defects, diagnose the cause of malfunctions using computerized technology, overhaul mechanical systems and fit and reassemble new parts. Pursue a career with serious horsepower. Enroll today in the Truck and Transport Service Technician program and start the wheels turning on a great future.
The requirements for this certificate program may be achieved within one academic year of full-time study.
From moving tons of rock at mining sites to moving trailers of goods down the highway, anywhere large vehicles are at work, truck and transport service technicians are at work. When you graduate, you could find employment as an apprentice with dealer service departments, trailer manufacturers, trucking fleet operators, government highway departments, and independent repair shops. Mechanics with experience in diesel service are in exceptionally high demand across the industry. As your experience grows and you progress from apprentice to journeyperson, technicians can often advance to supervisory positions within their workplace.
Some technicians also choose to expand their training to other types of heavy equipment such as excavators, bulldozers, and loaders, which opens up a whole new world of employment options as heavy-duty mechanics.
Safety equipment and a multi-tester are required, and can be purchased at the college.
ÐÓ°ÉÂÛÌ³ 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.
Courses are subject to change.
This course introduces learners to the basic components of hydraulic systems. Learners will be able to apply these principles to troubleshoot, service, and repair a basic hydraulic system.
The purpose of this course is to refresh skills in mathematics developed through secondary programs in areas deemed essential for the successful completion of the program.
This course introduces learners to the basic principles of electrical and electronics in the mobile equipment trades.
Learners will apply electrical and electronic principles to tasks such as electrical system diagnostics, lighting circuits and gauges, and maintaining wiring harnesses and accessories in the truck and transport industry.
In this course, learners are introduced to inspection and maintenance techniques, service information systems, and vehicle start, move, and park procedures.
In this course, learners will cover the fundamentals of servicing the power train of a commercial truck.
The purpose of this practicum is to provide learners with a direct, supervised practical experience. Such an experience enables learners to apply the knowledge acquired during their training directly to their field of study. The applied work experience exposes the learners to the trade environment and participants are expected to become members of the team in the industry site to which they are attached.
This course provides an introduction to the meaning of community service. Students learn how community service can enhance a student’s educational experience, personal growth, employability, and civic responsibility. Students participate in one day of volunteering to enhance their understanding of civic responsibility and to help the New Brunswick Community College realize its vision of transforming lives and communities.
In this course, learners focus on applying communication skills in reading, writing, speaking, document use, and critical thinking to make communication effective and efficient while developing computer-related skills necessary to be successful in college and on the job in a trade.
In this course, learners focus on acquiring job search skills to gain a work-term placement as well as employment while also, developing interpersonal communication skills needed to grow their career.
This is a 1-day environmental awareness training course based on Environment Canada's "Environmental Code of Practice for the Elimination of Fluorocarbon Emissions from Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems, 2014". It is suitable for residential, commercial, industrial, domestic, automotive and mobile applications. Specific topics covered are: CFCs and the ozone layer, isolation valving, recommended components, leak detection methods, system charging procedures, special maintenance provisions, and refrigerant recovery, reuse, recycle and reclamation equipment.
A safe and healthy workplace is the responsibility of the employer and the employee. This course introduces students to the importance of working safely and addresses how employers and employees can control the hazards and risks associated with the workplace. Students will also learn about the roles and responsibilities of key stakeholders including WorkSafeNB, the employer and the employee in ensuring workplaces are safe.
This course is designed to equip the learners with the skills required to recognize, use, and maintain the tools of their trade from the perspective of organization, efficiency, and safety. Learners also cover basic shop tools and equipment including hand and power tools, and fasteners.
Learners are introduced to the operating principles of an internal combustion engine. Upon completion of this course, learners will have a general knowledge of all components required to understand how an internal combustion engine operates.
Learners acquire the knowledge and skills of hydraulic and air brake systems, their components and operation.
In this course, learners are introduced to steering and suspension systems and related components. Learners gain the knowledge and skills to perform the diagnosis, service, and repair of vehicle steering and suspension systems.
Learners will acquire basic cutting and welding operations using oxy-acetylene and electric welding equipment. Instructions includes safe practices and safe methods as well as a general knowledge of metallurgy.
7312 - Heavy-duty equipment mechanics
7316 - Machine fitters
7321 - Automotive service technicians, truck and bus mechanics and mechanical repairers
7535 - Other automotive mechanical installers and servicers
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