Outdoor Equipment Technology 2 – Advanced Small Engine Repair

mowerThe Outdoor Equipment Technology – Advanced Small Engine Repair class builds on the entry-level class, Small Engine Repair where adult learners learn basics of repair and tune-up of gasoline, four stroke and two stroke engines. This next-level class will focus on engine disassembly and reassembly. Included is the use of micrometers, precision measuring equipment and the use of torque wrenches.


Cost $250 (Price increase to $300 in 2022)

Acceptable forms of payment: Visa, MasterCard, Discover & American Express

Personal Pay: Credit/Debit , Money Order, or Cash

Company Pay: Company Credit Card or Company Check

 

 


 

Instructor: Glenn Comp, Eagle-Glenn Power Equipment

Registration and fee deadline is one week prior to the first class.

Individuals are not considered registered with DCTS until payment is made and a completed application, as well as a copy of your current driver’s license, is submitted to the Adult & Continuing Education Office.  Payment can be made by calling our office at (717) 652-3170 ext 7902, Applications and a copy of DL can be emailed to: AdultEd@dcts.org

Classes are Mondays & Wednesdays

5:30PM – 8:30PM (15 Hours) 

November 1, 3, 8, 10, 15, 2021

January 31, Feb. 10,12, 19, 24, 26, 2022

Students are encouraged to bring in their equipment with prior approval by the instructor. Parts needed for repair or tune-ups are not included in the course and therefore are the responsibility of the student.

 


Adult learners must be able to understand, speak, read, and write the English language. 

 

Due to safety considerations, no one under the influence of drugs or alcohol will be permitted to attend class or be on the premises of Dauphin County Technical School property. It is the discretion of the instructor in making any and all determination and identification of individuals under the influence of drugs or alcohol. This may include prescription drugs if, in the opinion of the instructor the drugs impair the judgement of the participant. Copies of the DCTS Use of Tobacco Policy #222 and Drug and Alcohol Policy # 227are listed below.

***Your signature is required on the registration form to indicate that you have read, understand, and will abide by these policies.

 

Space is limited so sign up early to confirm your seat.

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TOBACCO PRODUCTS ON SCHOOL PROPERTY (Policy #222)

The Joint Operating Committee recognizes that tobacco, nicotine and nicotine delivery products present a health and safety hazard that can have serious consequences for both users and nonusers and the safety and environment of the school. For purposes of this policy, tobacco includes a lighted or unlighted cigarette, cigar, cigarillo, little cigar, pipe or other smoking product or material and smokeless tobacco in any form including chewing tobacco, snuff, dip or dissolvable tobacco pieces.[1] For purposes of this policy, nicotine shall mean a product that contains or consists of nicotine in a form that can be ingested by chewing, smoking, inhaling or through other means. For purposes of this policy, a nicotine delivery product shall mean a product or device used, intended for use or designed for the purpose of ingesting nicotine or another substance. This definition includes, but is not limited to, any device or associated product used for what is commonly referred to as vaping or juuling.

CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE (Policy #227)
It is the goal of the Dauphin County Technical School to maintain a drug-free and alcohol-free school environment. In order to further this goal, the Alcohol, Drugs and Controlled Substances Policy No. 227. A student shall not possess, use, transmit, deliver, sell or be under the influence of any controlled substance. Controlled substances shall be defined as: A. All dangerous controlled substances prohibited by law within the meaning of the Controlled Substance, Drug Device and Cosmetic Act as amended. B. All over-the-counter medications. C. All alcoholic beverages. D. Any anabolic steroids. E. Any synthetic compound, or any herbal substance sold as an incense, bath salts or smoking material that mimics the effects of marijuana. F. Any drug paraphernalia. Drug paraphernalia includes equipment, apparatus, and/or gear generally associated with the use/abuse of alcohol, narcotic drugs, and mood altering chemicals. Examples may include items such as “pot pipes,” cigarette-rolling papers, roach clips, weighing scales, and any other device used to measure, inject, inhale, ingest, package, deliver or facilitate the use, sale or distribution of a controlled substance. G. All legal or illegal hemp products. H. Volatile solvents or inhalants to include glue and aerosol propellants. I. Any prescription, patent drug, caffeine pills/capsules, epinephrine or other stimulant except those for which permission for use in school has been granted pursuant to Joint Operating Committee Policy. J. Any look-a-like substance that resembles any item above including any non-controlled substance that in its overall finished dosage appearance is substantially similar in size, shape, color, marking or packaging to any controlled substance.