Motorcycle Maintenance and Repair Technology Certificate

Students will be able to:

  • Demonstrate skills and knowledge required to assume the role of a qualified, entry-level motorcycle maintenance professional, include pre-delivery inspection (PDI), tires, wheel bearings, brakes, scheduled service, oil changes, moving motorcycles, road testing, shop workflow, multi-point inspections, and state inspections.
  • Demonstrate safe and appropriate use and care of tools and equipment in the motorcycle maintenance lab.
  • Diagnose, repair and document motorcycle systems including powertrains, electrical systems, wheels, tires, and brakes.
  • Inspect a vehicle, use a diagnostic approach to determine cause of operating problems, and decide action to take; complete a NH State Motorcycle Inspection.
  • Compare and contrast alternate actions to determine whether to repair or replace a part.
  • Use appropriate software and digital equipment to retrieve information, diagnose and analyze problems, and report outcomes.
  • Communicate effectively with coworkers and customers.

Jobs Include

For more information about the outlook and trends for careers in Motorcycle Maintenance and Repair Technology, please visit:

Salary Q&A

motorcycle techDemand for motorcycle technicians in New Hampshire is significant, with an average annual compensation for experienced technicians at $42,000, and top compensation at $60,000 for highly experienced technicians

Still not sure?

Contact one of the Program Faculty or an Admissions Representative to learn more about the program.