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PowerSport Institute

Looking for a career in one of today's fastest-growing industries?

PowerSport Institute, a branch campus of Ohio Technical College - established in 1969, offers a complete PowerSport and Motorcycle Technician school with over 200,000+ sq. ft. of training labs. Join all the major manufacturers at PowerSport Institute (PSI). Don't limit yourself to training on just a few motorcycle manufacturers or settle for simple motorcycle mechanic training when you can receive top-tier motorcycle mechanic training from a variety of manufacturers in one complete program.

From service counters and computers, to expanded tool bays and equipment, you will perform shop tasks and receive hands-on training in a live service environment - making your training unique in the field. In addition, get your Associate in Applied Science degree in PowerSport Technology to enhance your motorcycle education like nothing else. Come see why PSIís motorcycle classes in Ohio are the place to start your career! Enrollment is limited, and new classes begin every six weeks. Don't put off your career another day - contact PSI to get started today. Legends can't stand still! Become part of the industry elite today!

American V-Twin Technology Program

In our V-Twin Specialist program, you will learn the specifics of working on v-twin engines from Harley-Davidson and Polaris/Victory and then move into our 9-week Custom Bike Building program. Here you will build bikes from the ground up using S&S engines, Baker drive trains and more to prepare you to become a complete custom motorcycle technician.

PowerSport Technology Program

The PowerSport Technology program is divided into two main sections: the core and the manufacturer-specific module. The core skill information required in a motorcycle mechanic school builds a foundation of knowledge. PowerSport Institute provides the crucial basics a successful student needs to continue to gain knowledge of additional advanced-level information. The program will provide students with the foundational technical training needed to enhance troubleshooting skills, diagnose fuel- and electrical-related issues, and efficiently perform service interval maintenances required on all powersport vehicles. The core program covers:

  • Service environment training
  • Engines
  • Fuel systems
  • Suspension and chassis
  • Electrical systems
  • Service intervals/PDI
  • Off-road - snowmobiles and personal watercraft

The manufacturer-specific module covers training on the following:

  • Honda
  • Yamaha
  • Suzuki
  • Kawasaki
  • Arctic Cat
  • KTM

The PowerSport Technology program is also available with the Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree. This program is designed for students that wish to pursue a career in the powersport industry along with the academic background needed to succeed in business and management.

See for yourself how PSI can put you into career training today!

For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program and other important information, please visit our website at: http://www.psi-now.com/consumerinformation