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Career and Technical Education (CTE)

OUTDOOR POWERSPORTS TECHNOLOGY


Students learn to maintain, diagnose and repair two and four stroke vehicles and power sports equipment. Students diagnose mechanical and electronic issues that affect performance and safety. Through hands-on instruction, students learn about two- and four-stroke theory, engines, ignition and fuel systems, as well as safety, equipment and tools.

UNITS OF STUDY

  • Shop Orientation and Safety 
  • Hand, Power and Stationary Tools
  • Principles of Operation: Four-Stroke Engine
  • Principles of Operation: Two-Stroke Engine
  • Exhaust Systems
  • Cooling Systems
  • Clutches
  • Off-Season Storage
  • Brakes
  • Service Writing
  • NYSED: CDOS Units 
  • Career and Financial Management

CAREER AND COLLEGE PATHWAYS

Articulation Agreements
  • Lincoln Technical Institute
  • Motorcycle Mechanics Institute 
  • Power Sports Institute
Employment Opportunities
  • Entry level outdoor power equipment and small engine positions
  • NYS Career Zone: Outdoor Power and Other Small Engine Mechanic
Further Educational Opportunities
  • Alfred State College: Motor Sports Technology
  • SUNY Canton: Powersports Performance and Repair

INSTRUCTOR

Matt Wise