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Motorcycle and Power Products Repair

Motorcycle and Power Products Repair

Get the skills you need for a career to maintain and repair motorcycles, ATVs and gas-powered products.

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Start Date:
1 Year
+Locations & Availability

September 2019
Campus/Location DeliveryIn-class – Complete your program through courses that are held at a campus.

Online – All program courses are delivered online.

Blended – Complete your program through a combination of online and in-class courses (some courses are delivered 100% online). In-class courses are held at a campus.

Collaborative – program is delivered virtually on campus
Marconi Campus • Sydney Full time • In-class Waitlist

Program Overview

Do you have an interest in motorbikes or ATVs? Do you like working with engines? Why not turn that interest into a career in Motorcycle & Power Products Repair? We give you hands-on experience in the maintenance and repair of motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles, snowmobiles, marine and power products.

In this program, you learn to select and use appropriate general and specialized hand and shop tools, equipment and hardware; to carry out business and shop practices to industry standard; and to diagnose, service and repair engines, systems and components.

Admission Requirements

  • High School Graduation Diploma or equivalent.
    • International students – High school diploma equivalency and English language requirements vary by country. View details

Choose NSCC

  • This program has been designed with industry input and balances theory with practical experience.

Employment Opportunities

  • Large and small power products repair facilities, including motorcycle and recreational vehicle service, retail power-equipment sales, rental and service.

Student Success

Other Info

  • Chemical Use – If you are chemically sensitive, it is important to note that chemicals (petroleum products) and cleaning solutions are commonly used in the Motorcycle Mechanic trade.
  • Safety Training – This program places a high importance on providing you with skills and knowledge to work safely in industry. You participate in a number of introductory safety awareness courses to prepare for employment.
  • Many employers in this industry require a current, official Criminal Record check as part of the hiring process. A conviction on your criminal record may impact your ability to secure employment.

Courses May Include

Course descriptions
Code Course
COMM 1227   Communications I
COMM 1228   Communications II
MPPR 1001   Hand and Shop Tools
MPPR 1003   Electrical Systems
MPPR 1006   Brakes, Suspension, and Propulsion Drive Systems
MPPR 1007   Fundamentals for the Two-Stroke and Four-Stroke Engine
MPPR 1008   Engine Overhaul
MPPR 1009   Transmission and Clutches
MPPR 1010   Fuel and Emissions Systems
MPPR 1015   Business and Workplace Procedures
MPPR 1100   Work Experience
SAFE 1000   Introduction to WHMIS (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information Systems)
SAFE 1001   Introduction to NS OH&S Act
SAFE 1021   Introduction to Hazard Identification
SAFE 1023   Introduction to Lock Out/Tag Out
SAFE 1024   Introduction to Respiratory Protection

Additional Graduation Requirements

Portfolio Development
Standard First Aid, CPR Level A

Next Steps

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