College Website: http://www.lbwcc.edu/academics/careertechnical_division/programs/diesel_and_heavy_equipment_mechanics.aspx
Mechanic Programs: Diesel Mechanics * Career Tech Dual Enrollment
Career Tech Dual Enrolment Program:
Allows eligible high school students to take college courses while they are still enrolled in high school. This is a tremendous way for students to get their future careers kick started! By taking dual enrolment courses prior to graduation, students earn college credits and reduce the amount of time they spend in their chosen program after graduation. A Career Technical Dual Enrolment Application must be completed and submitted to LBWCC. This application contains all the information regarding what a student needs to begin the enrolment process into one of the available programs.
Diesel Mechanics Program Summary:
The diesel engine keeps our country running! It is the workhorse powering the nation’s trucks, buses, ships, and locomotives. Diesel engines deliver more power and more durability than their gasoline-burning counterparts. If you like working with your hands and your brain, and have what it takes to keep our country’s infrastructure running, then a career as a diesel technician is right for you!
Total Credit Hours: 60
Program Contact Details:
Contact: Eddie Spann, Instructor
Phone: (334) 493-5322
Email: [email protected]
Lurleen B. Wallace Community College, established in 1965 and also referred to by the abbreviation of the name, LBWCC, is a coeducational, public community college located in Andalusia, Alabama, United States. LBWCC offers associate degrees in the streams of arts, science and applied science.
The campus of Lurleen B. Wallace Community College has many student clubs and organizations, including Civitan Club, Forestry Club and Interclub Council.
The College offers career-oriented certificates and associate degrees, as well as university transfer courses and associate degrees. In addition, the College provides specialized training for existing business and industry, workforce development, non-credit and continuing education, adult education and community services to the residents of its service area.