Diesel Systems Technician 2

Lively Tech’s Diesel Technology program is a state of the art training facility offering a program at a fraction of the cost of programs like Lincoln tech and UTI. Our programs purpose is to teach the student the theory and hands-on application of the diesel/heavy truck repair industry.  We train the student through intense classroom instruction; individual study and practical advanced troubleshooting technology.  Our graduates can be employed nationwide in the diesel/heavy truck industry, building a career doing something they love. There are many careers within the diesel/heavy truck industry and the demands are growing daily.

Program Overview

Lively Technical Center’s Diesel Systems Technician 2 program prepares students for entry into the Diesel Service industry. Students study engine, cylinder head, valve train, engine block, lubrication, cooling, air induction, exhaust, fuel, and engine brakes diagnostics, service, and repair. Students study general electrical systems, batteries, starting, charging, lighting, gauges, warning devices, and related electrical system diagnostics, service, and repair.

Diesel Maintenance Technician
Diesel Maintenance Technician

Employment Opportunities

  • Diesel Mechanic
  • Small Engine Diesel Mechanic
  • Marine and Railroad Engine Diesel Mechanic
  • Large and Commercial Vehicle Repair and Maintenance Mechanic
  • Commercial Fleet Mechanic

What You'll Learn

  • Inspect and service Engine Systems record findings as needed.
  • Diagnose and repair Fuel system
  • Diagnose and repair Air induction and exhaust system
  • Diagnose and repair Cooling system
  • Diagnose and repair Lubrication system
  • Diagnose and repair Instruments and controls
  • Diagnose and repair Safety equipment
  • Diagnose and repair Hardware
  • Diagnose and repair Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVA
  • Diagnose and repair Battery and starting systems
  • Diagnose and repair Electrical/Electronic charging systems
  • Diagnose and repair Lighting system
  • Diagnose and repair Air brake systems.
  • Diagnose and repair Hydraulic brake systems.
  • Inspect, service and record Drive Train systems.
  • Diagnose and repair Suspension and steering systems.
  • Diagnose and repair Tires and wheels.
  • Diagnose and repair Frame and fifth wheel.
  • HVAC systems diagnosis, service, and repair.
  • A/C system and component diagnosis, service, and repair.
  • Diagnose and repair Compressor and clutch.
  • Diagnose and repair Evaporator, condenser, and related components.
  • Heating and engine cooling systems diagnosis, service, and repair.
  • Electrical system diagnosis, service, and repair.
  • Air/vacuum/mechanical diagnosis, service, and repair.
  • Refrigerant recovery, recycling, and handling.
  • Steering column diagnosis, service, and repair.
  • Steering units diagnosis, service, and repair.
  • Steering linkage diagnosis, service, and repair.
  • Suspension systems diagnosis and repair.
  • Wheel alignment diagnosis, adjustment, and repair.
  • Wheels and tires diagnosis, service, and repair.
  • Frame and coupling diagnosis, service, and repair.
  • Clutch diagnosis and repair.
  • Transmission diagnosis and repair.
  • Driveshaft and universal joint diagnosis and repair.
  • Drive axle diagnosis and repair.
  • General hydraulic system diagnosis and repair.
  • Diagnose and repair hydraulic pumps.
  • Diagnose and repair hydraulic filtration/reservoirs (tanks).
  • Diagnose and repair hydraulic hoses, fittings, and connections.
  • Diagnose and repair hydraulic control valves.
  • Diagnose and repair hydraulic actuators
Diesel Maintenance Technician

Program Admission Requirements

  • AGE: 16 years or older
  • Or meet other basic skill requirements.
  • Valid driver’s license required for all students.

Program Requirements

Diesel Systems Technician 2 · T650200 · 750 Hours

OCPCourse NumberCourse TitleCourse LengthSOC Code
ADIM0103Diesel Engine Preventative Maintenance Technician15049-3031
BDIM0106Diesel Heating and Air Conditioning Technician15049-3031
CDIM0107Diesel Steering and Suspension Technician15049-3031
DDIM0108Diesel Drivetrain Technician15049-3031
EDIM0109Diesel Hydraulics Technician15049-3031

Program Costs

$2,190.00Florida Resident Tuition
$337.50Bookstore Costs
$150.00Registration Fee ($75.00 per semester full time/ $37.50 part time)
$30.00Facility Usage Fee
$320.00Lab Fee
$205.00Miscellaneous Fees** $125 1st semester/$80.00 2nd semester
Total Costs $3,232.50

Program Instructors

Todd O’Neal
Todd O’Neal

Phone: 850-487-7555

Email: onealt@leonschools.net