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Start Your Career as a Diesel Mechanic

Earn an Associate of Applied Science degree in Diesel Power Mechanics in 1 year and have a job waiting for you at the end.
Sponsorships are available!

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The Diesel Power Mechanics program at the Community College of Aurora trains you to become a diesel mechanic. In one year, you will complete an Associate of Applied Science degree, graduate from CCA, and start your career as a diesel mechanic. With more than 400 jobs posted in Colorado from January 2018 to December 2019 your job prospects are looking good!

CCA offers:

  • Hands-on training. Learn how to maintain and repair diesel engines, which serve as power sources at plants and are a core element of tractors, consumer RVs, marine vehicles, mining equipment, and more.
  • Sponsorships. Qualified students could earn a sponsorship with a member company of the Colorado Equipment Dealers Association. Sponsoring dealers’ intent is to offer full-time employment and tuition reimbursement after completing the program at CCA. 
  • Affordable tuition, financial aid, and scholarships. Other tech schools may charge over $30,000 for you to earn a certificate or associate degree in diesel mechanics. Not CCA. CCA’s program costs about $11,500 for in-state residents with the Colorado Opportunity Fund stipend. 

Coursework:

  • Diesel Engines
  • Heavy Duty Powertrains 
  • Diesel Fuel Systems
  • Hydraulic Systems 
  • Heavy Duty Steering and Suspension 
  • Diesel Air Induction and Exhaust

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"I’m a young father and husband who decided to establish a future for my family by getting a proper career. I discovered CCA’s Diesel Power Mechanics program this summer when researching local schools. Through the program, I’ve gained a vast amount of knowledge, friends, and a sponsorship through MHC Kenworth."

- Channing Reece, Diesel student at CCA