The diesel technology program at Seward County Community College features modern late-model engines, such as a C-15 Caterpillar and 60 Series Detroit, to train students. Students are required to have a basic set of tools upon entering the program, tool suppliers and a tool fair will be available to assist students in their selection process.
Diesel technology students at SCCC learn:
• Leadership skills for management training.
• Organizational skills for record keeping and failure analysis.
• Mechanical skills to service and repair diesel powered equipment.
• Computer skills to diagnose computer controlled engines, transmissions, and vehicle electrical systems.