Small Engines

The Small Engine Technology program will cover the operations involved in two and four stroke engines, including: ignition, carburetor, and exhaust systems. Students will learn on a variety of machines, such as: motorcycles, snowmobiles, ATV's, jet skis, lawn-mowers, and many more. Advanced students will work on customers' engines and communicate with the customers about the work being done on their equipment. Students will develop troubleshooting and teamwork skills through various projects. In addition, students will explore two and four cycle high performance modifications.

(Small Engines is held at the GI-TEC Mt. Pleasant Campus).

Kyle Campbell

Kyle Campbell

Small Engines Instructor

(989) 775-2210 x 20621

Kyle Borodychuk

Small Engines Paraprofessional

(989) 775-2210

Entry Level Careers

(with program completion)
  • Small Engine Mechanic
  • Wind Turbine Technician
  • Compact Tractor Technician
  • Diesel Engine Apprentice
  • Equipment Operator
  • Lawn Mower Technician
  • Marine Technician Apprentice
  • Outdoor Power Equipment Technician
  • Parts Counter Representative
  • Powersports Technician Apprentice
  • Service and Lube Technician
  • Service Department Advisor