Pulaski Technical College

Motorcycle-ATV Repair

Technical Certificate:

Technical certificate programs provide a short concentration in a specific technical area. These programs are intended for students who plan to enter the workforce after completion of the program or who are currently working and want to upgrade their skills. Hours earned in some certificate programs are acceptable toward associate degree programs.


Degree Requirements

General Education (6 credit hours)

SER 1104. Two-and Four-Cycle Small Engines
This course focuses on the safety, tools, fasteners andmeasuring devices as they relate to the repair of small engines. It includes a study of the construction and operation of two- and four-cycle engines. Laboratory work includes operation, disassembly, inspection and reassembly of various types of engines. 3 lecture hours, 3 lab hours. (4 credit hours/special course fee)

SER 1202. Electrical Systems
This course is a study in the fundamentals of basic electricity and magnetism for the use of small gasoline engines. Emphasis is placed on various types of manual and electric starters, charging systems and circuits, batteries, ignition systems and magnetos. Practical application is provided in the laboratory. Safety is emphasized. 1 lecture hour, 2 lab hours. (2 credit hours/special course fee)

SER 1306. Servicing Small Engines
A fundamental study of the lubrication cooling systems, engine fuel systems and engine governor speed control systems. Includes identification and repair of problems relating to engines and related systems. Safety is emphasized. 4 lecture hours, 7 lab hours. (6 credit hours/special course fee)

SER 1402. Fuel Systems
Maintenance, diagnosis and repair of fuel systems common to lawn equipment, motorcycle and all-terrain vehicles are covered in this course. 1 lecture hour, 2 lab hours. (2 credit hours/special course fee)

Optional: Motorcycle/ATV Repair (12 credit hours)

SER 1604. Motorcycle and ATV Assembly and Dealer Preparation
This course focuses on receipt of new motorcycle/ATV shipments setting up and assembling according to manufacturers' specifications for dealer sales. 2 lecture hours, 4 lab hours. (4 credit hours/special course fee)

SER 1704. Motorcycle and ATV Rideability and Performance
Assembly and adjustment of motorcycles and ATVs to maximize rideability, safety, performance and rider comfort is the focus of this course. 2 lecture hours, 4 lab hours. (4 credit hours/special course fee)

SER 1804. Motorcycle and ATV Transmissions
This course covers maintenance, diagnosis and repair of transmissions common to motorcycle and all-terrain vehicles. 2 lecture hours, 4 lab hours. (4 credit hours/special course fee)

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3000 West Scenic Drive
North Little Rock, AR 72118
Phone: (501) 812-2200

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