Mobile Air Conditioning and Refrigeration: A/C purposes and types, definitions and theory. Refrigerants, refrigerant oils. A/C components- function, maintenance, problems diagnosis, testing tools, maintenance, and repair. 16 hours.

Automotive Natural Gas/Propane: Gas and gasoline properties, safety, tanks, valves, lines, vaporizers, timing, carburetion, various systems and installation, single/dual systems, problem diagnosis, troubleshooting. 16-40 hrs.

Compressed Natural Gas (CNG): This program can cover any or all of the following: Inspections, Installations, Troubleshooting and Repair of tanks, and systems. It will also include explanations, demonstrations of procedures, and techniques which will enable program participants to work with natural gas. (CNG)

CSA International Certified CNG Cylinder Inspection Program : This programs is designed to train attendees to become certified CNG inspectors of high pressure CNG cylinders. It covers cylinder identification, Installation, general and detailed visual inspections, proper venting ( de-fueling ) , disposal and documentation. This program will raise the reliability of the industry and confidence in the safe handling and maintenance of high pressure natural gas storage systems.

Portable Message Sign Maintenance This course is designed for personnel servicing and maintaining mobile message boards for highway use. Discussion of various models in use, comparing the similarities and differences found between the models. Specifications are discussed in detail and the issues identified are worked on in the shop. Troubleshooting of all on-board systems. All safety practices and procedures are discussed in depth.

Tire Service / Repair & OSHA Tire Standards : the purpose of this program is to insure all employees required to service and maintain tires receive standardized training prior to attempting to service or repair any tire. Due to the various types of wheels and tires in the industry, this program will address those types of commercial and non-commercial tires and wheels regulated under federal guidelines.

Power Trains: Clutches, mechanical transmissions, drivelines, rear axles, torque converters, automatic transmissions. For the preceding "systems"- an in-depth look at their function, components, maintenance.

Troubleshooting Drive Trains: This three-day program focuses on truck drive train systems from the engine to the driving wheels. The emphasis is on the operation and diagnostics of clutches, manual transmissions, automatic transmissions, drive shafts, differentials, and axles.

Hydrostatic Drives: Covers all types of drives, system operation and components, pump and motor volume control. Troubleshooting techniques, operating principles and maintenance procedures. 8-16 hours.

Heavy Equipment Operations: Designed to enhance the skills of heavy equipment operators. Covers operation, safety, maintenance, preventive maintenance, transporting, excavation safety, crime prevention. 16-40 hrs.

Ford Drive Ability: This program is designed to enhance the diagnostic and troubleshooting skills of technicians, operators, and maintenance personnel who may be involved in solving drive ability problems with gasoline engines in general but Ford products specifically.