210 West Bigelow Street
Newark, NJ 07108
Aziza Johnson, Student Recruiter/Admissions Representative
Length of Program: 1,100 hours (six to seven months)
The Diesel Technician program provides students with entry-level knowledge and skills to correctly test, diagnose, replace, repair and adjust diesel engines, electrical, charging, starting, lighting, brakes and steering suspension systems on trucks. Students who successfully complete the program will receive ASE certifications in brakes, steering and suspension, electrical and other related areas.
The instructor is familiar with industry trends, possesses the required educational attainments and is very knowledgeable about the diesel industry.
- All students must be at least 18 years of age on or before the first day of class
- High school diploma or equivalent
- Have a valid driver’s license or the ability to obtain one
- Provide proof of citizenship
- Classroom lecture
- Practical hands-on assignments
- Work-based learning initiatives
- Internships and externships
- Employability skills training
- Job placement assistance
- Financial coaching
Key Program Outcomes:
- Career Pathways in an in-demand occupation
- Provides Industry Recognized Credentials
- Connection to a Host of Employers
New Community Career and Technical Institute’s mission is to improve the quality of life of all students through education and occupational training in a community that fosters life-long learning.