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Graduates will have the ability to diagnosis troubles and disassemble diesel engines; replace pistons, bearings, gears, valves and bushings; install ignition systems; replace steering/suspension components; replace transmissions and parts; lubricate moving parts; diagnosis problems with and replace chassis assemblies; repair undercarriages and replace and repair pneumatic or hydraulic brake systems. These skills will be taught in both classroom and lab environments.
KEEP YOUR CAREER ON TRACK
Among many exciting programs offered at NCST is the Diesel & Heavy Equipment Repair Technology program. Here students learn all aspects of diesel engine repair as well as transmissions, pneumatic and hydraulic braking systems, and suspensions. A large focus is placed on electronics and computer diagnosis. Field service repair is included as well, showing students how to service vehicles that need repaired on location.
A class A CDL is included as the companies that hire our graduates – and an industry standard – want their employees to be able to transport equipment as well as repair it at the garage. Comprehensive classroom training coupled with hands on learning provide for an experience that will set students on a path to success.
The students will acquire the entry-level skills necessary to work in the diesel engine and construction equipment mechanics field. The skills can be applied to semi tractors, diesel powered automobiles, heavy-construction equipment and farm equipment.
Education is important for those who wish to elevate themselves to a better life. New Castle School of Trades believes that the opportunity to gain a great education should not only be a privilege, but a commonly realized right for all people.
Lack of financial resources should not be the determining factor in whether someone has the means to better themselves. We feel compelled to assist those students who, without financial aid, would be unable to attend New Castle School of Trades.
Therefore, we offer many different options to help you attain the education you wish to experience. The following programs are available to those who qualify.
- Federal Pell Grant
- Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)
- Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency Grant (PHEAA)
- LOAN PROGRAMS
- Federal PLUS Loan (PLUS)
- Subsidized Federal Stafford Loan (FSL)
- Unsubsidized Federal Stafford Loan (UFSL)
- Alternative Loan Program (Tuition Financing)
NCST FEDERAL SCHOOL CODE: 007780
In order to be considered for any of the above Grants or Loan Programs, you must complete a FAFSA. This can be done online by selecting this link or by making an appointment. The Federal School Code is listed above.
Financial aid is available for those who qualify.
Veteran's Education Benefits
Thank you to all of our veterans for your service and commitment. Many NCST staff members, current students, and graduates are U.S. Military veterans. We are very proud and humbled to have the privilege to serve our military families. We are here to assist you in any way that we can.
The New Castle School of Trades is a Veterans Administration (VA) approved institution. NCST can help you navigate the complexities of your military benefits. More information about veteran educational benefits is also available at the official U.S. government website at www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.
As a member of the military, you have access to education benefits that are designed to help you set the groundwork for your future career and ease the transition into the civilian workforce after completing your service commitment. NCST can help you prepare for success in your chosen field.
If you are looking for a school who is committed to veterans and understands the sacrifices you make to help ensure the freedom of our country, you need to learn more about NCST.
Important information about the education debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attend a New Castle School of Trades and enrolled in a program can be found at: https://www.ncstrades.edu/consumer-information.