Welcome to the Power Sports and Equipment program at the WMCTC:


Students in the Power Sports and Equipment program learn to identify engine and chassis components and use factory repair manuals to diagnose and repair various types of outdoor power equipment.  Theory, maintenance and repair of equipment such as inboard/outboard marine engines, snowmobiles, motorcycles, ATV’s, UTV’s, and lawn and garden equipment are also studied.  Students gain practice in precision measuring, diagnosis/problem-solving and failure analysis which, are evaluated by performance testing.

The Power Sports and Equipment Field:


Power Sports and Equipment technicians service, repair, and maintain engines and chassis systems like those that are used on boats, motorcycles, lawn and garden equipment, motorcycles, ATV’s, UTV’s and many other forms of power equipment.  The Power Sports and Equipment program is certified by the Equipment & Engine Training Council (EETC) in Two and Four Stroke Engines and Electrical Systems.  Job opportunities in this field can be found across the United States, especially in areas where a large number of recreational and seasonal outdoor power sports equipment are used.

Student Organizations/Community Enrichment:


Students have the opportunity to be involved in SkillsUSA where they potentially compete at the regional, state and national level.

1st Year Students:  Upon Instructor recommendation, you can become eligible for the Engineering Technology rotation.

2nd Year Students:  Upon successful completion of the first year and/or instructor recommendation, you can become eligible for the Engineering Technology rotation.

Mr. David Mackey, Instructor   (231-876-2241)   dmackey@wmisd.org

Mr. Ken Hambright, Paraprofessional   (231-876-2241)   khambright@wmisd.org