Transportation & Motive Power Diploma

Transportation and Motive Power Technicians inspect equipment to detect and diagnose faults and malfunctions to identify the required repairs. Technicians service structural, mechanical, electrical and electronic vehicle systems and components (e.g. engines, cabs, frames, brakes, steering, suspension, drive train, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, fuel systems and hydraulic systems), perform preventative maintenance and diagnosis of vehicles, and perform commercial-vehicle inspections.

Recommendations

Upon successful completion of the program, students will receive a Heavy Duty Truck Technology Diploma and qualify for credit towards the first three levels of the technical training requirements in the common-core Heavy Mechanical Trades apprenticeship: Heavy Duty Equipment Technician, Truck Transport Mechanic, Transport Trailer Technician, and Diesel Engine Mechanic, and up to 900 hours of time in trade requirement.

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BCIT

Annacis Island

Sep 05 2023Apr 17 2025

Heavy Duty Truck Technology

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BCIT

Annacis Island

Jan 09 2024Aug 08 2025

Heavy Duty Truck Technology

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