Pub. 3 2021 Issue 2


Power Sports Certificate Program Offered at Manchester Community College

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Drive: NH Magazine Pub. 3 2021 Issue 2

A career in the power sports industry can be both fulfilling and rewarding. If you are looking for technicians, Manchester Community College is a great place to start. Their five-course program allows future power sports technicians to gain all knowledge necessary to excel in the industry.

Starting with basic maintenance and repair, students learn all aspects of general maintenance and light repair of the latest power sports vehicles. Topics include safety, customer service relations, repair documentation, service-department operations, forklift operation, safety inspection, pre-delivery inspection, in-depth preventative maintenance and inspection, and common general repairs. Using the various skills and knowledge learned, students will perform the same basic tasks on today’s power sport vehicles as an entry-level maintenance technician would in a dealership.

Students will partake in the following classes:

  • Introduction to
  • Power Sports Basic Maintenance and Repair
  • Electrical systems
  • Engine and drivetrain
  • Brake and suspension systems
  • Fuel systems

For questions regarding the program, please contact Marc Bellerose at or at 603-206-8024 or Todd Mikonis at or 603-206-8049