Program OverviewPrinter Friendly
Learn to fix and keep motorcycles, quads, snowmobiles, ATVs and more running at peak performance in the Motorcycle and Powersports Product Repair Techniques program.
Why this program?
The Motorcycle and Powersports Product Repair Techniques program will be your gateway to the motorcycle and power sports industry. Through training in the enviable Ashtonbee campus, Ontario’s largest transportation training facility, you'll learn essential diagnostic skills, practice hands-on techniques and gain the theoretical knowledge to best position yourself for employment in this exciting field. The best part? No previous experience is necessary. The program will teach you everything you need to know.
What can I expect?
Program instructors are not only connected to the industry but are also seasoned professionals with real-world experience who are committed to your success.
You'll spend about 60 per cent of your time learning the theory and technique to build a solid base of knowledge on motorcycle and powersports repair. Not only will you learn essential diagnostic skills that you'll use throughout your career, but the offering will also cover a complete range of technical training in areas such as workplace practices, welding, mechanical systems, workplace safety and computers.
Because hands-on practice is the best way to learn a skill, you'll spend the remaining 40 per cent of program time practicing and honing your skills in spacious, modern and well-equipped labs.
What will I have when I’m done?
You'll graduate with a base of knowledge and skills that will improve your job prospects and propel you into an excellent career. You'll also have a valuable certificate from a well-known and prestigious school, which has been trusted by the industry for more than 40 years, that you can use to help secure employment or an apprenticeship.
Because the Motorcycle and Powersports Product Repair program is based on the Small Engine and Level 1 Motorcycle Technician apprenticeship curriculum, you'll have the opportunity to earn credit toward your apprenticeship requirement. You'll also have the potential to obtain a certification in manufacturer parts and service online systems.
- After graduating from the Motorcycle and Powersports Repair Techniques program, you'll be prepared to enter an apprenticeship or entry-level position within the industry.
- You may look for employment opportunities in motorcycle dealerships, marinas or even golf courses to repair ATVs, motorcycles, snowmobiles, personal watercraft, and more.
To learn more about the industry and apprenticeships, please visit:
To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum hardware requirements.
Please visit the BringIT page for more information on the requirements for your program.
Program OutlinePrinter Friendly
|Course Code||Course Title|
|GNED||General Education Elective|
|MCEN-119||English/Communications for Motive Power Technicians I|
|MCYC-130||Applied Work Practice & Procedure I|
|MCYC-131||Engine Systems I|
|MCYC-135||Fuel Systems I|
|MCYC-136||Electrical Systems I|
|MCYC-137||Power Trains I|
|MCYC-209||Hydraulics /Pneumatics I|
|Course Code||Course Title|
|MCEN-209||English/Communications for Motive Power Technicians II|
|MCYC-200||Applied Work Practice & Procedure II|
|MCYC-201||Engine Systems II|
|MCYC-205||Fuel Systems II|
|MCYC-206||Electrical Systems II|
|MCYC-207||Power Trains II|
|MCYC-208||Brakes /Chassis I|
|MCYC-210||Introduction to Service Management|
Career Options, Academic Pathways and Partners
Career Options, Academic Pathways and PartnersPrinter Friendly
- Apprentice motorcycle technician
- Apprentice small engine mechanic
- Apprentice marine mechanic
- Parts and service
- Counter staff
Admission RequirementsPrinter Friendly
- Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent, or mature student status (19 years or older)
- English Grade 12 Workplace (E), College (C), or University (U), or equivalent or take the Centennial College English Skills Assessment for Admission
• CSA approved safety shoes
• Safety glasses with clear lenses and side shields
• Ear plugs/hearing protection
• Coveralls or appropiate clothing
• Welding gloves
How to Apply
How to ApplyPrinter Friendly
1. Apply Online
Are you an International Student? Apply directly to Centennial College here.
If you are applying through the Second Career Strategy, please apply at the Employment Training Centre for Second Career (Progress Campus). Second Career Strategy is a funding initiative for those who have been laid-off and are in need of training. For more information go to Second Career Strategy.
If you have previously attended a full time program at Centennial College, you may be eligible for a Program Transfer. Visit Enrolment Services at any Campus for information.
All other applicants must apply online at Ontariocolleges.ca. A non-refundable application fee of $95 must accompany applications. The fee is payable online, by telephone, online banking, by mail, or in person to Ontariocolleges.ca. For more information go to Ontariocolleges.ca Application Fees.
2. Submit Documents
Current Ontario high school students and graduates from Ontario high schools: Notify your guidance counsellor that you have applied to college and your school will forward transcripts to Centennial College via Ontariocolleges.ca.
Graduates of college/university, or high school outside Ontario but within Canada: You are responsible for requesting that your educational institute sends any required documents and transcripts to Ontariocolleges.ca.
Applicants who attended school outside of Canada: If you are submitting transcripts to meet admission requirements, you must have the transcripts assessed by an independent credential assessment agency such as World Education Services (WES) or International Credential Assessment Service (ICAS).
For more information go to Submitting your Transcripts.
3. Confirm Your Offer of Admission
Offers of Admission are sent by mail to eligible applicants. When you receive your offer, you must login to your account at Ontariocolleges.ca and confirm before the Deadline to Confirm noted in your offer letter.
You may confirm only one college and one program offer at a time.
You must confirm your offer by the Deadline to Confirm noted in your Offer of Admission letter or your seat may be given to another applicant.
When you confirm your Offer of Admission at Centennial College you are given access to your personal myCentennial account where you can check your email, grades, register for courses, pay tuition fees, and see your class timetable.
4. Pay Fees
Centennial fees statements are sent by email to your personal email account and to your myCentennial email account. Fees statements are not mailed.
You must make a minimum payment by the Fees Deadline noted in your Fees Statement or your seat may be given to another applicant.
5. Build Your Timetable (Register for Courses)
Build your timetable (web-register for courses) at my.centennialcollege.ca.
Fall registration begins mid-July
January registration begins mid-December
May registration begins mid-April
Your web-registration will not open if:
You have not submitted your minimum fee payment by the deadline
You received a Conditional Offer of Admission and you have not met the conditions of your offer.
Once you have paid your fees or have made appropriate arrangements, register for your courses online through myCentennial.
Tuition and Fees
Tuition and FeesPrinter Friendly
Fees noted below are estimates only. Tuition is based on two semesters, beginning Fall 2019.
|Student||Tuition (2 Semesters)||Ancillary Fees||Total|