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July 30, 2019 | KHQA
Local higher learning institutions are working to address a need for Diesel Technicians not only in the Tri-State area, but nationwide.
"These diesels are very clean, a lot of our shops are very clean. The tool that we use the most is a laptop, the days of flipping a wrench and grabbing a grease gun are long gone," says QAVTC Instructor Brian Armstrong.
After completing the course, starting Diesel Technicians can make between $40,000 and $50,000.