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Diesel technology graduates have the skills to maintain all types of equipment; repair and maintain mine-related equipment including surface, underground, and exploration equipment. You will learn to repair and maintain over-the-road trucks; work for dealerships and factories performing field work and/or component rebuilding; or work in related fields such as parts supply, warehousing, equipment sales and customer relations. Study includes hands-on training, introduction to heavy equipment technology, schematics, electrical/electronic theory, mathematics, interpersonal communications, systems troubleshooting, computer skills, heavy equipment repair and maintenance and repair of hydraulic systems.



How to Apply



Battle Mountain: (775) 635-2318
Ely: (775) 289-3589
Pahrump Valley & Tonopah: (775) 727-2000
Winnemucca: (775) 623-4824

 

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Rachel McAnany : 775.753.2175, rachel.mcanany(a)gbcnv.edu

Bret Murphy: 775.753.2217, bret.murphy(a)gbcnv.edu

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