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MOTORCYCLE MECHANICS INSTITUTE MARINE MECHANICS INSTITUTE
Divisions of Universal Technical Institute
VOL. 13 / NO. 01
Dear Future Professional Technician: A wise person once said, “Do what you love and you’ll never work a day in your life.” It’s a simple philosophy but it really means something special here at MMI. Our founders had a dream to help people by providing them with the knowledge and skills to pursue their passion. And I’m proud to report this dream continues to be realized every single day, on every MMI campus, by students just like you. Now it’s your turn to join this proud tradition. As a student, you’re taking your ﬁrst steps down the road to a future that’s full of promise and we’re here to support you every step of the way. From caring expert instructors to hands-on experience in our manufacturer-sponsored labs, we have the staff, facilities and industry relationships you’ll need to succeed. It’s this winning formula that’s made us the “industry’s choice” for technician training. In fact, today’s top manufacturers prefer to employ MMI graduates because they know you’ll have what it takes to be a valuable addition to their team. In this catalog, you’ll ﬁnd the basic facts about the school and your training program. If you have any questions or would like additional information, please contact your MMI Admissions Representative or your MMI campus directly. Welcome to MMI. We’re excited to have you with us because we share the same dream – your future success. Sincerely,
This catalog is certiﬁed to be true and correct to the best of my knowledge. Contents and policies included in this catalog are intended to remain in effect for a period of one year from the date of publication. However, MMI reserves the right to make changes when required by institutional policy, or federal, state or accrediting agency regulation. As required in certain states where the school is licensed, the school will provide advance notice of changes to the information contained in this catalog.
Kimberly J. McWaters Chief Executive Officer Universal Technical Institute, Inc.
Information in this catalog is for programs at the Phoenix, Arizona, and Orlando, Florida, campuses.
Motorcycle & Marine Mechanics Institute
Volume 13 Number 01
TABLE OF CONTENTS
7 CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CONDITIONS FOR ADMISSIONS & ACTIVE ENROLLMENTS 8 INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS 8 ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY 8 ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ENROLLMENT IN BMW MOTORRAD ELECTIVE 8 ENROLLMENT 8 GRADUATION DOCUMENTS 9 COURSE SCHEDULES 9 CHANGE OF START DATE 9 TOOLS AND SUPPLIES 9 LAB FEES 9 INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS AND UNIFORMS 9 REGISTRATION/TESTING/ORIENTATION
2 MMI’S PHILOSOPHY 2 ADMINISTRATION 2 HISTORY
30 MARINE TECHNICIAN SPECIALIST
30 MARINE TECHNICIAN SPECIALIST PROGRAM OBJECTIVE 30 MARINE PROGRAM OVERVIEW 31 COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
2 WHY MMI STANDS OUT
2 SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS 3 SIGNIFICANT INVESTMENT IN FACILITIES & EQUIPMENT 3 CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT 3 EXPERIENCED INSTRUCTORS 3 STUDENT SUPPORT STAFF 3 GRADUATE EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE 3 GRADUATE REFRESHERS 3 INDUSTRY ALLIANCES 4 ARTICULATION OPPORTUNITIES 4 TRANSFER OF MMI COURSE CREDITS TO ANOTHER INSTITUTION
32 MARINE MANUFACTURERSPECIFIC COURSES
32 32 33 33 33 33 33 VOLVO PENTA HONDA MARINE YAMAHA MARINE SUZUKI MARINE MERCTECH 1 MERCTECH 2 CAPSTONE
10 MOTORCYCLE TECHNICIAN SPECIALIST
10 SELECTING YOUR TRAINING PROGRAM 11 MOTORCYCLE TECHNICIAN SPECIALIST PROGRAM OBJECTIVE 11 MANUFACTURER-SPECIFIC ELECTIVES 11 PROGRAM COURSE DESCRIPTIONS 12 LAB COURSES 14 HARLEY-DAVIDSON COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
34 STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES
34 STUDENT SERVICES
4 AGENCY APPROVALS 4 STATE APPROVALS 5 MEMBERSHIPS
35 EMPLOYMENT SERVICES
35 FINANCIAL AID
36 ACADEMIC POLICIES
36 ACADEMIC STANDARDS & GRADING 36 CALCULATING THE PROFESSIONALISM GRADE 36 ATTENDANCE POLICY 36 GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
6 ADMISSION PROCEDURES
6 ADMISSION PROCEDURES/ ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS 6 SPECIAL NOTES ON HOME SCHOOL AND ONLINE HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMAS 6 SPECIAL NOTES ON CERTIFICATES OF COMPLETION AND IEP HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMAS 6 SPECIAL NOTES ON UTI RE-ENROLLEES PREVIOUSLY ACCEPTED UNDER ATB PROVISION 6 SPECIAL NOTES ON TRANSFERS FROM OTHER INSTITUTIONS WHO PREVIOUSLY ATTENDED UNDER ATB PROVISION 7 NON-MATRICULATING STUDENTS
15 MOTORCYCLE MANUFACTURER-SPECIFIC ELECTIVE PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS
15 16 19 21 BMW MOTORRAD TECHNICIAN ELECTIVE HONTECH 24 ELECTIVE YAMAPRO® ELECTIVE FAST ELECTIVE FACTORY-AUTHORIZED SUZUKI TRAINING 23 K-TECH SPECIALIST ELECTIVE KAWASAKI 25 HARLEY-DAVIDSON LATE-MODEL ELECTIVE 28 HARLEY-DAVIDSON EARLY- MODEL ELECTIVE
37 RULES & REGULATIONS
37 STUDENT COMPLAINT/GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE CLOCK-TO-CREDIT-HOUR CONVERSION CURRICULUM CHANGES COMPARABLE PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATION RATE AND OTHER REQUIRED DISCLOSURES 38 REVISIONS TO POLICIES AND PROCEDURES 38 38 38 38
39 2013 CALENDAR 40 2014 CALENDAR
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Universal Technical Institute campuses in Avondale, AZ; Rancho Cucamonga, CA; Sacramento, CA; Orlando, FL; Glendale Heights, IL; Norwood, MA; Exton, PA; and Houston, TX; are owned by UTI Holdings, Inc., a subsidiary of Universal Technical Institute, Inc., located in Scottsdale, AZ.
Published/Effective Date > March 2013 to March 2014
Motorcycle Mechanics Institute and Marine Mechanics Institute (MMI) are dedicated to providing students with the technical education needed to begin successful careers as technicians in the motorcycle and marine repair fields. We provide a positive learning environment that encourages students to successfully complete their training programs and apply their knowledge and skills in technician careers. MMI’s balance of theory, diagnosis, demonstrations and practical lab work consistently develops graduates who are accepted throughout the industry and recognized as potential leaders in their fields. elective. In 1989, MMI received formal endorsement from American Suzuki to provide dealer training and entrylevel technicians through the FAST elective. In 1989, MMI received formal endorsement from Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. In 1990, the Phoenix campus expanded to a new 58,120 square-foot facility. In 1991, the Orlando campus expanded to a new 48,000 square-foot facility. In 1991, Marine Mechanics Institute was founded. In 1991, MMI began its first outboard marine class in Orlando. In 1993, MMI began its first watercraft class in Orlando. In 1994, MMI received formal endorsement from American Suzuki Marine. In 1994, MMI published the second edition of “The Complete Guide to Motorcycle Mechanics.” In 1995, MMI began sterndrive training. In 1995, MMI received formal endorsement of its watercraft technician program from Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. In 1995, MMI began formal dealer training for Bombardier Inc./Sea-Doo jet boat. In 1997, MMI began the K-TECH Specialist Program with support from Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. In 1998, MMI became an authorized training center for Volvo Penta of the Americas, Inc. In 1999, MMI in Orlando began its first K-Tech specialist class with support from Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. In 1999, MMI began dealer training for Mercury Marine, Mercury Outboard and MerCruiser products. In 1999, MMI began dealer training for American Honda Motor Corp., for Honda Marine products. In 2000, MMI began dealer training for Volvo Penta of the Americas, Inc., for Volvo Penta marine products. In 2000, MMI in Orlando received formal endorsement from Mercury Marine and began its first MercTech class. In 2001, MMI in Orlando began its HonTech elective with support from American Honda Motor Corp. In 2001, the Orlando campus expanded to a 97,000-square-foot facility. In 2002, MMI in Orlando began its first YamaPro® class with support from Yamaha Motor Corp., U.S.A. In 2003, the Phoenix campus expanded to 114,750 square feet. In 2004, the Orlando campus was approved to offer Automotive Technology training (more information is available on the Automotive Division in the Universal Technical Institute catalog). In 2006, the Phoenix campus began its BMW Motorrad elective with support from BMW Motorrad USA. In 2006, the Orlando campus expanded to 249,207 square feet. In 2009, the Orlando campus began its BMW Motorrad elective with support from BMW Motorrad USA.
Universal Technical Institute, which operates the two MMI campuses, is owned by UTI Holdings, Inc., which is in turn owned by Universal Technical Institute, Inc., (UTI). Officers of UTI are John C. White, Chairman of the Board; Kimberly J. McWaters, Chief Executive Officer; Eugene S. Putnam Jr., President and Chief Financial Officer; and Chad A. Freed, General Counsel, Senior Vice President of Business Development. Campus Presidents are Bryan Fishkind (Arizona campus) and Dianne Ely (Florida campus).
MMI has grown from a small regional training center to a manufacturer-endorsed educational institution serving students on both coasts. The Motorcycle Mechanics Institute, founded in 1973, and the Marine Mechanics Institute, founded in 1991, began as divisions of Clinton Technical Institute, which had been owned and operated by The Clinton Harley Corporation since 1977. In 1997, The Clinton Harley Corporation became a subsidiary of Universal Technical Institute, Inc., as the result of a merger between the two schools. In 2005, The Clinton Harley Corporation changed its name to Universal Technical Institute of Phoenix, Inc. It remains a subsidiary of Universal Technical Institute, Inc. The school’s official name is Universal Technical Institute, Motorcycle and Marine Mechanics Institute Divisions. In 1979, MMI was accredited by the National Association of Trade and Technical Schools, now known as the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges. In 1983, an agreement was signed with the Harley-Davidson Motor Company, to provide dealer training and entry-level technicians through MMI’s Harley-Davidson Late-Model Elective. In 1984, MMI published “The Complete Guide to Motorcycle Mechanics.” In 1986, an MMI training facility opened in Orlando, Florida. In 1986, MMI received formal endorsement from American Honda and began training Honda-specific, entry-level technicians through the HonTech elective. In 1989, MMI received formal endorsement from Yamaha Motor Corporation., U.S.A., and began providing dealer training and entry-level technicians through the YamaPro®
MMI Course Catalog | 2013-2014
WHY MMI STANDS OUT
You’ve made a wise choice to pursue your technical education at Motorcycle Mechanics Institute. Here are some of the reasons why MMI stands out:
UTI/MMI/NASCAR Tech sponsor and award approximately $10 million in tuition scholarships every year. The schools
produce our course books and laboratory assignments.mmitech. Motorcycle students can reinforce their training program by enrolling in the manufacturer-specific electives of their choice.000 square feet of space > Orlando. EXPERIENCED INSTRUCTORS Before joining MMI. 3 . Supplemental textbooks are provided in up-to-date. high school students who successfully compete in skills competitions. graduates can retake any course they have successfully completed as often as they desire at no additional tuition cost (provided the course is still offered). all instructors are required to have a combination of field experience and training sufficient to meet accreditation standards and state regulations in the states in which the school is licensed or approved to operate. 32 labs. www. including BMW. a charitable organization devoted to assisting MMI students..MMItech. Volvo Penta and Yamaha Marine. honorably discharged military veterans and dislocated workers. Instructors also continue their education and improve their teaching skills through training provided by the Center of Excellence in Education. outside of class study. Please visit the MMI website at www. Students will be responsible for any other costs. and offer support in many more areas. 1 resource room and approximately 115. Due to their experience and training. MMI instructors are able to share information and insights with students that otherwise might take years to learn on the job. However. Due to restrictions in Pennsylvania law. as well as technical education scholarship programs such as Imagine America.edu Marine students benefit from manufacturer-specific training from leading marine manufacturers such as Honda Marine. 47 labs. MMI offers its own tuitionreduction scholarship programs to assist financially needy students.500 square feet of space > Orlando. 1 training area and approximately 45. MMI training facilities encompass the following campuses: > Phoenix. Course books are used in classroom activities. In addition. 2 computer labs. equipment and up-to-date facilities to give our students valuable hands-on training that’s in demand with employers in the motorcycle and marine industries. award schedule and process to apply. INDUSTRY ALLIANCES Students add value to their technician education through manufacturer-specific training created through MMI’s alliances with world-class manufacturers in the motorcycle and marine industries.e. Each application states its criteria. Florida. and during lab experiences. MMI experts. GRADUATE EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE Although we cannot guarantee employment. assist them in obtaining affordable housing and part-time employment. internally sponsored institutional grant and scholarship programs are not available to Pennsylvania residents.WHY MMI STANDS OUT also sponsor numerous high school competition programs with organizations such as Ford/AAA and SkillsUSA. do not replace the previous attempt(s)). Graduate refreshers are treated as audited courses and do not impact a student’s CGPA or overall attendance rate (i. we do place great emphasis on assisting MMI graduates to obtain entrylevel technician positions as they begin their careers. such as lab fees associated with any course they may wish to retake. CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT MMI maintains a national curriculum development department to design and modify our programs according to industry needs.edu/scholarships to view and download internal scholarship opportunities and applications. ventilation. Yamaha and Harley-Davidson. Kawasaki. campus (motorcycle) – 2 classrooms. MMI updates its instructors through a variety of seminars and workshops that keep them abreast of new technology so they can pass that knowledge along to students. heating. campus (marine) – 13 classrooms. all with years of industry and teaching experience. campus – 2 classrooms. GRADUATE REFRESHERS To refresh their knowledge. Working closely with industry advisory boards.595 square feet of space All training areas have the required lighting. reinforcing material covered in lectures and labs. there are a number of programs available to students through external sponsors and the UTI Foundation. All applicants are notified of award or denial by email. Florida. Arizona. 2 computer labs. STUDENT SUPPORT STAFF MMI has an experienced and highly skilled staff that is dedicated to assisting students. Suzuki. Suzuki Marine. curriculum development professionals determine the skills needed by technicians in today’s job market and develop curriculum that will convey that knowledge. Mercury Marine. cooling and plumbing/sanitation facilities as determined by local requirements. Honda. easy-to-read formats for students to study. SIGNIFICANT INVESTMENT IN FACILITIES & EQUIPMENT MMI has made significant investments in the latest vehicles. We help students determine whether they qualify for financial aid. 1 resource room and approximately 121.
Credits earned at the institution may not transfer to all other institutions. This provides MMI graduates with an excellent opportunity to transfer to an advanced degree program. 8-272. IN 46204. Licensed and approved by the state Department of Education under Title 16-46-1 through 10. F Approved and Licensed to Operate by the Nevada Commission on Post Secondary Education. Additional information regarding this institution may be obtained by contacting the Commission at 325 W. Suite 1414.. F MMI representatives permitted to recruit in Maryland are issued solicitor permits by the Maryland Higher Education Commission. Part of this support involves arranging strategic alliances with other institutions of higher education for students interested in continuing their education after graduation. Indianapolis. A. F Universal Technical Institute is licensed as a private career school with the Minnesota Office of Higher Education pursuant to Minnesota Statues 141. A. F Approved by the Kansas State Board of Regents. Proprietary School and College Registration. F Licensed by the Louisiana Board of Regents.ACCREDITATION / APPROVALS ARTICULATION OPPORTUNITIES MMI strongly supports education as the key to a successful future. F This institution is regulated by State Workforce Innovation Council. F Licensed by the State Board of Education under the laws of Michigan. No. Gaines St. A. First St. Act. F Approved and Licensed to operate by the Arizona State Board for Private Post-secondary Education. A. F Certificate of Approval to Operate issued by the Illinois State Superintendent of Education. Senate Ave. A. A. (Regular Session 1980). Springfield. Florida Department of Education.. F Approved to Operate by the Missouri Coordinating Board for Higher Education. MMI has developed articulation agreements with several schools around the country that make it possible for MMI graduates to transfer some of the credits earned at MMI. F Licensed by the Commission for Independent Education. FL 32399-0400. 10 N. Code of Alabama. However. the credits earned will not transfer to another postsecondary institution. ACCREDITATION AND APPROVALS MMI is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC). the credits earned are not college-level and do not automatically transfer to another school unless that school is willing to accept them from a transferring student. Suite 203. Licensed by the Kentucky State Board for Proprietary Education. credits that institution will accept.S. Office of Career & Technical Schools. F TRANSFER OF MMI COURSE CREDITS TO ANOTHER INSTITUTION MMI is considered a vocational institution and does do not offer degree programs or academic programs at the college level. Frankfort. A. Vocational Rehabilitation Services Workforce Investment Act Trade Adjustment Act U. Box 456. MMI does not ensure the transferability of any credits to any other institution. Private Occupational Schools.32. F AGENCY APPROVALS MMI Course Catalog | 2013-2014 In many states. Tallahassee. F Licensed by the Mississippi State Department of Education. if any. Students must contact the registrar of the receiving institution to determine what. Licensure is not an endorsement of the institution. 888-224-6684. A Licensed by the Board of Private Career Education.21 to 141. KY 40602-1360. A. 317-234-8338 or 317-234-8339. F Agents licensed by the Colorado Department of Higher Education. In most cases. Department of Education. 100 N. STATE APPROVALS Approvals apply to campuses denoted at the end of each agency listing with an “A” for the Arizona campuses and an “F” for the Florida campus. Students receive diplomas upon successful completion of the training programs at all other campuses. P. IL 62777. MMI is an approved vendor recipient of third-party tuition funds from the agencies listed below. ACCSC is an accrediting agency recognized by the U.O. Arkansas. A Certificate of Approval to Operate issued by the Delaware Department of Education.. An institution’s accreditation does not guarantee that credits earned at that institution would be accepted for transfer by any other institution. 502-564-4233. UTI’s Agency Department can provide information on the programs available for each campus location.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Native American Tribes 4 .
edu 5 . 803-737-2260. A. Columbia. F Authorized to operate in the state of West Virginia by the Higher Education Commission. A. F The school has been authorized to operate by the Virginia Board of Education. Department of Education. F Approved by the Wisconsin Educational Approval Board. A. Licensure indicates only that minimum standards have been met. 360-753-5662. F Motorcycle and Marine Mechanics Institutes are approved by the New Mexico State Department of Education. MEMBERSHIPS Active memberships are held in the following organizations: American Boat & Yacht Council Arizona Fleet Maintenance Council Arizona Guidance and Personnel Association Arizona Private School Association Association of Private Sector Colleges and Universities Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association Automotive Service Association Automotive Training Managers Council Automotive Wholesalers of Arizona Better Business Bureau California Association of Private Postsecondary Schools Career Colleges and Schools of Texas Chester County (Pennsylvania) Chamber of Business and Industry Chicagoland Apartment Association Collision Industry Council Council of Houston Area Private Schools Exton Chamber of Commerce Glendale Heights Chamber of Commerce Houston Chamber of Commerce Independent Automotive Service Association Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair (I-CAR) Massachusetts Association of Private Career Schools National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators National Auto Body Council National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) National Rehabilitation Association North American Council of Automotive Teachers Orlando Chamber of Commerce Pennsylvania Private School Association Phoenix Chamber of Commerce Rancho Cucamonga Chamber of Commerce Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges Society for Technical Communication Technology & Maintenance Council (American Trucking Association) www. F Licensed by the Oregon Department of Education. F Approved and regulated by the Texas Workforce Commission.MMItech. 1122 Lady St. F Licensed by the Oklahoma Board of Private Vocational Schools. F The school meets the legal requirements to operate as a school in the state of Rhode Island. Olympia. A.10RCW. Career Schools and Colleges Section. A.. SW. A. health and safety. F Registered with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. 90-05-1289T (TX). Certificate Registration Numbers are 90-051288T (AZ). A. F Licensed by the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education. PO Box 43105. F For more information or to view the campus licenses and accreditation documents. Department of Education. Inquiries or complaints regarding this or any other private vocational school may be made to the Washington Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board. Suite 300. SC 29201. it is not an endorsement or guarantee of quality. please visit the Office of the Campus President. F Authorized by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission. 89-01-1195T (IL). F Approved by the State of Ohio Board of Proprietary School Registration.S.10th Ave.Approved and Licensed to Operate by the State of New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development. F Licensed under Chapter 28C. ethical business practices. and fiscal responsibility. Austin. This authorization must be renewed each year and is based on an evaluation by minimum standards concerning quality of education. WA 98504-3105. Licensure is not equivalent to or synonymous with accreditation by an accrediting agency recognized by the U. 128 . TX. A.
or > State-issued GED.) are determined by the test developer. students must supply and MMI must accept one of the following documents: > Standards-based high school diploma recognized by the student’s state (documented with a copy of the diploma. > It is not necessary for these students to have received federal financial aid while attending the previous school. High school diplomas and transcripts will be evaluated upon receipt. upon acceptance of an Enrollment Agreement. > Former ATB students who may have been accepted to begin coursework but never attended and whose enrollment was therefore cancelled must provide a copy of a state-issued GED prior to starting class. > Foreign education documents from outside the United States or its territories that cannot immediately be confirmed as valid proof of high school completion by a college official must be submitted for assessment with a third. To comply with the school’s entrance requirements prior to starting or re-enrolling. Passing scores MMI Course Catalog | 2013-2014 6 All students. The school may substitute another entrance exam when it determines another test may be more suitable for the purpose of entrance examination. or > Successful completion of officially recognized home schooling officially recognized by the state of residence or an approved online high school diploma. that the applicant has proper qualifications to complete training. if required. but the oneweek period may be waived at the discretion of the Director of Student Services or designee based on individual circumstances. See special notes below. However. may be accepted for enrollment at MMI. MMI will evaluate the diploma for validity and reserves the right not to accept those deemed invalid. The conditional status remains until the student’s documentation is judged acceptable and.ADMISSIONS PROCEDURES ADMISSION PROCEDURES/ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS The school determines. with reasonable certainty and in advance of class start date. 2012. or > Evidence of having previously attended a Title IV-eligible program at a postsecondary institution under the Ability to Benefit (ATB) provision prior to July 1. SPECIAL NOTES ON TRANSFERS FROM OTHER INSTITUTIONS WHO PREVIOUSLY ATTENDED UNDER ATB PROVISION > Students whose prior ATB enrollment can be validated with acceptable documentation demonstrating they had attended a Title IV-eligible program of study prior to July 1. or > Successful completion of a degree program at the postsecondary level (associate degree and beyond proven by submission of an official transcript from the college). are conditionally admitted to MMI. These students may submit a copy of official ATB scores from the previous school or take a new ATB test for MMI admission. 2012 (documented with a copy of the official ATB test scores and transcript). > A transcript from the previous institution is required to verify attendance. The entrance exam is the Wonderlic SLE T-51 Test.party evaluation agency at the prospective student’s expense. * SPECIAL NOTES ON HOME SCHOOL AND ONLINE HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMAS Students who apply and present a diploma or certificate evidencing completion of home schooling or an approved online high school program will be required to pass an entrance exam. the applicant cannot be admitted and all fees previously paid to the school will be refunded.* Students enrolling with a home school diploma or valid online high school diploma are required by UTI policy to complete and achieve a passing score on an entrance exam prior to being formally accepted into the school (students may be conditionally admitted prior to taking the entrance exam. SPECIAL NOTES ON UTI RE-ENROLLEES PREVIOUSLY ACCEPTED UNDER ATB PROVISION > Students whose prior ATB enrollment resulted in graduation can re-enroll. If a passing score on the second version is not achieved. > Students whose prior ATB enrollment resulted in withdrawal can re-enroll provided they meet all other reenrollment criteria. SPECIAL NOTES ON CERTIFICATES OF COMPLETION AND IEP HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMAS Students possessing a certificate of high school completion (completed all courses but did not pass all state standardsbased requirements such as testing) or high school diploma or transcript indicating the student used an individual education plan (IEP) that did not meet all of the state standardsbased requirements must provide a copy of a state-issued GED prior to starting class. Wonderlic. the SLE T-71. the student achieves an eligible/ passing score on the entrance exam designated for home . It is recommended that applicants who do not achieve a passing score of 13 wait one week before taking the second version of the exam. students must earn an eligible score on the test prior to the first day of classes to gain formal admission and begin school). a transcript provided by the high school or a DD Form 214 showing verification of high school graduation). Each Enrollment Agreement and other pertinent information submitted by the applicant will be reviewed prior to starting classes.
attempted murder or voluntary manslaughter > Have been convicted of. cultivating and manufacturing. or pleading guilty or no contest to a violent crime or other type of felony will be subject to further review by MMI before being accepted. A student’s entire criminal background. proof of high school graduation or GED is not required. or pleaded guilty or no contest to murder. applicants who are convicted in a military court proceeding (general court-martial) fall under the same felony review process and must provide all appropriate background paperwork. will be considered when reviewing his or her application for enrollment. Applicants with a criminal background will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. If a student chooses later to enroll in a full program. delivering. or pleaded guilty or no contest to a felony within one year of expected enrollment date > Have been convicted of. Also. approved program and are therefore ineligible for federal student aid and a degree/diploma from an accredited program. An application from a prospective student that indicates a history of being convicted of.edu 7 . or pleaded guilty or no contest to two or more felonies unless the most recent felony is more than 10 years old The above restrictions apply to convictions received as an adult as well as those received as a juvenile if the applicant was convicted as an adult. or pleaded guilty or no contest to a felony and released from prison/jail within one year of expected enrollment date > Have been convicted of.school/online diplomas. Applicants who have a pending felony charge must resolve the situation to final disposition before consideration by the appeals committee. Conviction of a felony while attending or while awaiting a first class start is grounds for termination or denial. accept applicants who: > Have been convicted of. however. MMI will not. involuntary sexual act > Have been convicted of. This policy extends to those students who have already enrolled or who are active students. Allowing adequate lead time (ideally 30 days minimum) for both evaluation of the document(s) submitted and an alert regarding any deficiency prior to any planned relocation to attend school is highly advised. or pleaded guilty or no contest to selling. after its review. will notify students in writing of its decision to accept or deny the application for enrollment. all admissions requirements listed above must be satisfied. it may be advisable to deny application based on the applicant’s past criminal background even if the applicant does not fall into the above categories. For the safety and security of the campus and depending upon the circumstances. Finally. applicants who have a disposition of adjudication withheld and have proof of final disposition will be required to go through the criminal background process and be reviewed by the appeals committee. NON-MATRICULATING STUDENTS For those students who do not enroll in a full. Certain felony convictions and charges or convictions for drug offenses will also limit an applicant’s eligibility to apply for and receive federal student loans and grants. Students who have been convicted of a misdemeanor after their most recent felony conviction and within the last year will not be eligible for enrollment until at least one year after their most recent conviction. or intending to sell illegal drugs or controlled substances unless such conviction or plea is more than 15 years old > Have been convicted of. Also. or pleaded guilty or no contest to sexual assault or other sexually related crime. applicants who have a disposition of adjudication withheld and have not completed the requirements of their disposition will be required to complete all aspects of their adjudication and receive final disposition before being reviewed by the appeals committee. transporting. including misdemeanor convictions. CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CONDITIONS FOR ADMISSIONS & ACTIVE ENROLLMENTS MMI is committed to providing a safe learning environment for all students and faculty.MMItech. including but not limited to child pornography or any non-consensual. MMI. or pleaded guilty or no contest to a violent crime involving a weapon > Have been convicted of. decisions. With regard to admissions www.
The graduation document awarded for the program in which students are enrolled is shown on the tuition addendum. which also outlines the length and cost of each program. MMI students agree. > Have an attendance rate of 95% or better upon entering the BMW Motorrad elective. English language proficiency is determined by an interview with an admissions representative. based on information obtained during the interview process. students who wish to enroll 8 . that provides adults an opportunity to receive certification indicating an equivalency to a high school diploma. a battery of tests administered by the state Department of Education. for educational studies must secure and provide documentation of M-1 visa status prior to registration. Successful completion of the interview marks proficiency appropriate for classroom learning. No standard English language test is administered.Actively enrolled students are expected to notify Financial Aid and Student Services representatives if they are charged or convicted. Adverse reports will be taken into consideration regarding acceptance. Students who incur a qualifying offense will be subject to the same process and evaluation as new applicants. In addition to the general admissions requirements. In the event there have been three I-20s issued for the same student. may request a criminal background check on any applicant. which may lead to termination of enrollment. However even if a student has completed HDTP. regardless of the length of time between issuance. instruction may begin only when classes are scheduled. the student will not be able to re-enroll and future I-20s will not be provided by MMI.0 or better upon entering the BMW Motorrad elective. students may take the General Educational Development (GED) exam. in the BMW Motorrad elective must meet the following additional requirements: > MTP is a prerequisite for BMW. If a student requires certification of high school equivalency. ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY MMI Course Catalog | 2013-2014 All instruction at MMI campuses is conducted in English. The Operations Shared Services Manager has the responsibility of reviewing and approving enrollment agreements to ensure proper qualifications in accordance with admissions standards. Students must also demonstrate proficiency in the English language during the admissions interview. felony or drug offense while attending MMI. ENROLLMENT Classes are not conducted on a term basis. However. Therefore. as a condition of acceptance. MMI is required to report to the U. MMI. > Have a CGPA of 3. MMI Marine classes are scheduled to start approximately every three weeks. and the student has not attended class as planned. or there are changes in charge/conviction status related to a violent crime. MMI does not provide English language learning services.S. INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS This school is authorized under federal law to enroll nonimmigrant students. enrollment may take place at any time during the year. he or she will still need to complete MCCL-008 and MCCL-009 from MTP before starting BMW. Citizenship and Immigration Services all students issued I-20s who do not attend class as scheduled. all non-immigrant applicants who have entered or wish to enter the U.S. Specific details are published in the Catalog II: Student Information Guide and are available upon request from the Student Services Department. MMI Motorcycle classes are scheduled to start approximately every six weeks. In support of a drug-free environment. Applicants who are denied admission will be notified promptly in writing by the campus. GRADUATION DOCUMENTS MMI Motorcycle awards certificates upon completion of its program and MMI Marine awards diplomas upon completion of its program. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ENROLLMENT IN BMW MOTORRAD ELECTIVE At the conclusion of the prerequisite program (Motorcycle Technician or Harley-Davidson). to MMI’s Substance Abuse Prevention policy.
Students who are near graduation and have no outstanding obligations to the school will receive a Career Starter Tool Set Voucher. Vouchers should be redeemed with your campus Snap-on® tools representative prior to graduation. TOOLS AND SUPPLIES All tools necessary for training are supplied with the following exception: Each student is required to have a digital multimeter that meets or exceeds specifications set by MMI. This fee covers the cost of materials and supplies used in all lab sessions. Students who have transferred to another campus within the MMI/UTI/NASCAR Tech system after having received a Snap-on® tool voucher will not be eligible to receive another Snap-on® tool voucher through this offer. Because class sessions vary among all MMI campuses. Each student’s actual class time is determined at orientation. MMI reserves the right to change a student’s session at any time based upon course availability. The reregistration fee is nonrefundable should a student not begin class on the rescheduled date. Certain start dates may be limited. redeemable for a choice of Snap-on® tool sets. Testing and orientation are also scheduled prior to that first week. CHANGE OF START DATE A student may change start dates after signing an Enrollment Agreement. The major tools and equipment that students will use are described individually in the course descriptions for each program (where appropriate). This meter is used throughout the program and ultimately will be an essential tool for students when they graduate and obtain employment in the occupational field. Please check with your campus for the current schedule. Students are only eligible to receive tools through this offer one time. If a change in start date is requested after the 72-hour period. specific times are listed on the Enrollment Agreement for each campus.COURSE SCHEDULES Courses are three weeks in length at all campuses.MMItech. INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS AND UNIFORMS The cost of course books. Students will also have access to tool discounts through the Snap-on® Student Excellence Program as long as they are attending classes at MMI full time. New students can start every six weeks. MMI reserves the right to change the times of its scheduled classes at its discretion. The approved digital multimeter is available for purchase at the campus and the current cost of the multimeter is listed on the tuition addendum included with this catalog. If a change in start date is requested within 72 hours after signing the Enrollment Agreement and making an initial payment. no reregistration fee will be charged. www. which are due prior to the first day of class. Start dates. Additional work shirts may be purchased on campus. Check with the Admissions Office at your campus or your Admissions Representative regarding availability. the agreement will be canceled and a new agreement with its own separate terms must be signed and a reregistration fee of up to $50 may be charged.edu 9 . safety glasses and at least two uniform shirts (varies by location) are included in tuition. This fee is in addition to tuition and is listed on the tuition addendum included with this catalog. LAB FEES All students are required to pay lab fees. REGISTRATION/TESTING/ORIENTATION Registration is normally conducted the week prior to the first week of class. and class start/end times may vary at the discretion of the Campus President. holidays and vacation schedules are included in the back of this catalog.
Suzuki and/or Yamaha elective or multiple of. the student must complete MCCL-008 and MCCL-009 prior to starting the elective. Tuition and other program-related costs for all Motorcycle Technician Specialist programs are listed on the tuition addendum. A variety of prerequisites and electives allows you to customize your training program. Honda.100 2. interests and career goals. Motorcycle Technician Specialist training programs. which vary in total number of weeks according to the courses you select.550 Credits 55 62 69 73 83 87 94 101 111 115 Additional Program Prerequisites: Courses within the Motorcycle Technician Specialist Program must be completed as follows: > Theory 1 and 2.500 1. are listed below: Weeks Motorcycle Technician Specialist 48 Motorcycle Technician Specialist 54 MMI Course Catalog | 2013-2014 Motorcycle Technician Specialist 60 Motorcycle Technician Specialist 66 Motorcycle Technician Specialist 72 Motorcycle Technician Specialist 78 Motorcycle Technician Specialist 84 Motorcycle Technician Specialist 90 Motorcycle Technician Specialist 96 Motorcycle Technician Specialist 102 48 54 60 66 72 78 84 90 96 102 Hours 1.200 1. and MCCL001 through MCCL-007 must be completed prior to starting MCCL-008 and MCCL-009. 10 . and MCCL001 through MCCL-009 must be completed prior to starting the BMW. After you have reviewed all your elective options. and MCCL001 through MCCL-006 must be completed prior to starting MCCL-007. Kawasaki.250 2.950 2. Kawasaki. Note: A student who completes the HDTP then elects to add a BMW. Suzuki and/or Yamaha electives. (MCCL07B is recommended but not required.800 1.) > Theory 1 and 2.650 1. your Education Representative will assist you in choosing the program best suited for your skills. Honda.400 2. > Theory 1 and 2 must be completed prior to starting MCCL-07B.) > Theory 1 and 2. and MCCL001 through MCCL-07B must be completed prior to starting Harley-Davidson Technology (HDTP-018 and HDTP-019) > Theory 1 and 2. (MCCL001 through MCCL006 are recommended but not required for MCCL07B.350 1.MOTORCYCLE TECHNICIAN SPECIALIST SELECTING YOUR TRAINING PROGRAM MMI makes it easy for you to structure your training program to fit your career plans.
Lectures will be reinforced with videos. step-by-step progression from the fundamentals to the most up-to-date technology. MMI is committed to all aspects of the technician’s education and works closely with the industry to identify the skills most important to the success of entry-level technicians. and make necessary repairs and replacements. Because so many of today’s motorcycle dealerships offer multiple product lines.5 semester credits Students will learn the operation of engine components. 41 semester credits The 36-week Motorcycle Technician Prerequisite will be your first step in training for an entry-level position as a professional motorcycle technician. instruction is presented in a logical. lubrication and various engine designs. This prerequisite will consist of motorcycle theory as well as hands-on training courses required for the BMW Motorrad. dry. You may choose to add as many manufacturer electives to your training program as you feel will satisfy your career goals. however. experienced and actively involved in the progress of each student. Electives sponsored by the following manufacturers are available to MMI students: BMW Kawasaki Honda Suzuki Harley-Davidson Yamaha MOTORCYCLE THEORY 1 75 hours. group presentations and final exams. emphasis will also be made on developing their professionalism skills. a motorcycle technician must have a theoretical understanding of basic motorcycle mechanics as well as a practical grasp of each system. At the conclusion of your full program (the prerequisite and elective training). Introduction to MMI MMI has built a reputation for technical excellence in the motorcycle industry.MOTORCYCLE TECHNICIAN SPECIALIST PROGRAM OBJECTIVE The objective of MMI’s Motorcycle Technician Specialist program is to prepare students for entry-level technician positions with the knowledge and skills required to perform maintenance and routine service. It’s no longer sufficient to simply replace defective parts. HonTech 24. All instruction is clarified and reinforced through demonstrations.edu PROGRAM COURSE DESCRIPTIONS Note: Courses may be scheduled in an order that differs from this catalog. components. cooling and exhaust systems. 3 weeks. Instructors explain each component beginning with the essentials of motorcycle operation and proceeding through practical applications. motorcycle systems have become increasingly complex. videos. specialized training designed to prepare them for the job market. electronic presentations. is only one ingredient that makes up today’s successful technicians. www. Technical excellence.MMItech. selected readings and hands-on training activities. technical aspects of each system. Students will receive focused. the relationship between these components and the design features that make different components more suitable for a specific application. 3. cutaway drawings and group activities to provide a clear understanding of motorcycle technology. FAST and YamaPro® electives. transmissions and final drive systems. To reinforce students’ preparation for future career success. MMI instructors are knowledgeable. MOTORCYCLE TECHNICIAN PREREQUISITE 900 hours. you will receive a graduation certificate as well as any manufacturer-specific certificates you have earned. 36 weeks. Terminology will be covered in detail and students are evaluated on their retention of information through weekly quizzes. MMI graduates who have multiple areas of specialized training are in great demand. diagnose mechanical and electrical systems. Two-Stroke and Four-Stroke Engines Students will learn about internal combustion engine operation. To comprehend and master technological development. automatic and semi-automatic clutches. Due to ongoing technological advances in the motorcycle industry. latest technologies and up-to-date service procedures. Proficiency will be gained in the use of necessary formulas and common measurement tools and methods. two-stroke and four-stroke engine operation. At MMI. Power Flow and Drivetrain Systems Students will learn about the operation of various primary drives. MANUFACTURER-SPECIFIC ELECTIVES MMI students can take their training to higher levels with elective training supported by major motorcycle manufacturers. the 11 . The Metric System and Shop Math Students will be introduced to the use of the metric system as it applies to motorcycle technicians. K-TECH Specialist. including wet.
repair and maintenance procedures. 3 weeks. computer and static tire balancing. ignition systems and charging systems will also be discussed. shop safety rules and the use of service manuals. 3. 3 weeks. 3. and remove and replace valve guides. and tire removal and replacement.5 semester credits Students will learn to use metric and English micrometers. emphasizing service. starting. demonstrations and videos. 3 weeks. including the servicing of steering head bearings. Major equipment used in this course: precision measuring tools Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2 SUSPENSION & CHASSIS SYSTEMS MCCL-002 75 hours. Hands-on performance tasks are assigned. measuring tools and special factory tools. Major equipment used in this course: tire mounting equipment and tire balancers Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2 MOTORCYCLE THEORY 2 75 hours. and drum and disc brake systems. swing-arm bushings and bearings. Each procedure is reinforced by electronic presentations. charging and accessory systems of vari- 12 . Indirect and direct drive transmissions operation will be taught. Sections 1–4 will be reviewed for the final exam through group presentations of selected course topics. Each course focuses on a specific motorcycle system. Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 MACHINING OPERATIONS & PRECISION MEASURING MCCL-003 75 hours. Watt’s law. reassemble and true a multipiece crankshaft. telescoping gauges. They also will learn how to recondition valve seats. POWER FLOW & PRECISION MEASURING MCCL-001 75 hours. along with clutch systems and primary drives. Ohm’s law. Students also learn basic maintenance and troubleshooting techniques on these systems. boring and honing equipment and hydraulic presses Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2 LAB COURSES Students move from MTP theory to individually equipped labs for a series of three-week courses. concepts of magnetism. and series and parallel circuits. and the design and operation of slide.5 semester credits Students will learn the design. such as a digital multimeter and battery load testers. The uses of boring and honing equipment. For each course. Basic Electricity Students will learn basic electrical principles. ignition. charging and starting systems. including terminology. Procedures for disassembly and reassembly will be discussed and performed. The design and operation of batteries. exams and hands-on performance tests. MMI Course Catalog | 2013-2014 ENGINES. small hole gauges. Major equipment used in this course: precision measuring tools. including lighting. dial bore gauges. 3. as well as the proper use of common hand tools.configurations and lubrication systems. 3. students are evaluated on the basis of periodic quizzes.5 semester credits Students will reinforce their learning of the principles of motorcycle electrical circuit operation. wheel removal and replacement. the principles of carburetion. Students will learn the various types of tire construction. Students will disassemble. 3 weeks.5 semester credits Carburetion and Fuel Systems Students will learn about the design and operation of motorcycle fuel-delivery systems.5 semester credits Students will be introduced to professional work standards. Wiring diagrams will be used to help students troubleshoot lighting. Fuel-injection principles. 3. ignition. Instruction also includes basic testing procedures using the necessary testing equipment. ATV tire removal and replacement will also be discussed. Vernier calipers and other measuring tools necessary to bore and hone cylinders. and hydraulic presses will also be discussed as is professionalism in the workplace. vacuum and fixed-venturi carburetors. design and operation will also be covered in this section. operation and maintenance procedures of front and rear suspension systems. Students will learn about the design and function of different types of engine and transmission ELECTRICAL A – DESIGN & OPERATION MCCL-004 75 hours. 3 weeks.
3 weeks. Students will learn to assess engine performance and perform drivability diagnostic troubleshooting using a motorcycle/ATV dynamometer.5 semester credits Students will learn to diagnose common drivability/performance problems. In addition. 3 weeks. 3 weeks. They also will learn to troubleshoot and diagnose four-stroke engine failures as well as how to use special tools required to disassemble and reassemble four-stroke engines. Major equipment used in this course: digital multimeters and battery load tester Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. and tell the difference between them. and two-stroke and four-stroke leakdown testers. The effects of installing quality aftermarket components designed to be used on specific models is discussed and demonstrated. Performance testing will include both written and hands-on exercises graded on the quality of job completion. Students will review the basic principles of electrical circuit operation as well as the troubleshooting and repair of these circuits using a digital multimeter.5 semester credits Students will learn maintenance procedures on both twostroke and four-stroke engines. Instruction also will cover the use of specialized maintenance equipment. students will learn to operate the exhaust gas analyzer. Students will learn how to operate a flow bench using a variety of cylinder heads for testing and comparison. Students will be introduced to current software systems used by both small and large motorcycle dealerships. parts and accessories consulting to include writing a motorcycle collision repair estimate. 3.) ENGINE TROUBLESHOOTING & NOISE DIAGNOSIS MCCL-006 75 hours. 3 weeks. 3 weeks. 3. Additional instruction will be given on cam timing. Major equipment used in this course: precision measuring tools. In addition. MCCL-001 – MCCL-007 (MCCL-07B is recommended but not required. Major equipment used in this course: SuperFlow flowbench and Dynojet dynamometer Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. Major equipment used in this course: exhaust gas analyzer Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2 ADVANCED ELECTRICAL TESTING MCCL-008 75 hours. including fuel and ignition troubleshooting. (MCCL-001 – MCCL-006 are recommended but not required. ignition and fuel delivery.) VEHICLE MAINTENANCE MCCL-005 75 hours. Major equipment used in this course: digital multimeters and battery load tester Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2 SERVICE DEPARTMENT OPERATIONS MCCL-07B 75 hours. Major equipment used in this course: tire mounting equipment. torque wrench and specialty powertrain service tools Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2 PERFORMANCE REVIEW TESTING MCCL-007 75 hours. tire balancers and digital multimeters Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2.5 semester credits Students will learn to interpret and diagnose common types of engine noises.) 13 www. 3.5 semester credits This course is designed to help students become more efficient at troubleshooting and repairing motorcycle electrical systems. 3.MMItech. Electrical testing will be performed on fully operational motorcycles. They also will become familiar with the roles and responsibilities of personnel involved in the successful operation of a motorcycle dealership.5 semester credits Students will review material they do not understand then be assessed on entry-level technician core skills learned up to this point. Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2.edu .5 semester credits This course is designed to provide students with a training foundation in dealership operations. timing lights. The course also will prepare students for manufacturer-specific training in dealer operations in their chosen factory electives. and basic diagnostic procedures will be performed on complete motorcycles using the necessary testing equipment. They also will learn diagnostic skills that isolate a problem into the categories of compression. Individual component testing will be reviewed. 3. carburetor synchronizing equipment. engine clearance measurements and service limits. Instruction also will cover areas such as service writing. including valve adjusting tools. 3 weeks. students will focus on maintaining professionalism in the workplace. MCCL-001 – MCCL-006 DRIVABILITY/PERFORMANCE TESTING MCCL-009 75 hours.ous motorcycle manufacturers. Workplace professionalism is also covered. 2. MCCL-001 – MCCL-007 (MCCL-07B is recommended but not required.
Setup and Service Students will learn hands-on servicing of the various Harley-Davidson® steering head assemblies and suspensions components. which. Through interactive demonstrations. upon completion. They will learn tasks a technician is required to perform during scheduled vehicle maintenance to provide safe and proper handling. motorcycles from a variety of manufacturers will be used. This program is designed to allow students to begin the PHD assessment process while performing the lab tasks for the course. This sixweek section is designed to provide the basic knowledge and skills necessary to perform routine maintenance on Harley-Davidson® vehicles and components. cable replacements and brake services. 3 weeks.HARLEY-DAVIDSON PREREQUISITE 900 hours. they will learn about rear-wheel services. Students also will be introduced to the Harley-Davidson® Digital Technician® II. Harley-Davidson University® Students will be encouraged to participate in the optional Harley-Davidson® PHD program. 40 semester credits The Harley-Davidson Prerequisite is designed to provide the knowledge and skills necessary to become an entry-level motorcycle technician for Harley-Davidson® vehicles. Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. Vehicle Model Identification MMI Course Catalog | 2013-2014 Students will learn the history of some model design changes of Harley-Davidson® vehicles and specific model identification. Students also have opportunities to complete the hands-on pre-assessment components required for eligibility to participate in the optional Harley-Davidson® University PHD course equivalency. Also covered in this section are customer service and dealership operating procedures used in the successful Harley-Davidson® service and parts department. 3 semester credits Parts & Service Literature Usage and Lookup Exercises Students will become familiar with proprietary Harley-Davidson® electronic dealer management systems and service literature. Technician Recognition program. you will enter the Harley-Davidson Technology section. Students who participate in this program use the web-based Harley-Davidson University® training site. Students learn how service managers in motorcycle dealerships rate technicians for productivity and efficiency. Upon successful completion of core skills training. 14 . Assessment in the PHD-aligned courses is the first step in the Harley-Davidson® Students will get hands-on experience as they put their service literature skills to work on Harley-Davidson® motorcycles. These identification skills will be required to ensure accurate literature lookup for parts and service procedures performed in the Harley-Davidson® program. Combined with the skills learned in hands-on training labs. participation and achievement in this program will make MMI graduates more appealing to prospective employers in the Harley-Davidson® dealership network. 36 weeks. MCCL-001 – MCCL-07B H-D TECH 2 HDTP-019 75 hours. 3 semester credits Vehicle Maintenance HARLEY-DAVIDSON COURSE DESCRIPTIONS H-D TECH 1 HDTP-018 75 hours. During this core training period. The same professional standards will be used to rate students’ job performance for determining their grades. 3 weeks. makes it possible for graduates to enter the industry with important dealer training classes satisfied. you will complete the first 30 weeks of the Motorcycle Technician Prerequisite core skills training courses. drive system adjustments. This is a prerequisite for the Harley-Davidson Late Model elective. As a basis for your Harley-Davidson education. Students will perform the parts and service procedures research skills necessary for a technician.
battery maintenance. In this Web-based program.5 semester credits for each three-week course that you complete. They will learn to identify the structure of the vehicle identification number (VIN). and wheel balancing and tire changing equipment Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. 3. throttle body adjustment. and chain/belt 15 . Students will learn to identify service information resources and get familiar with fastener torque procedures using a torque wrench. Techniques will include head bolt torque techniques. students will learn about the structured BMW service and maintenance processes that experienced BMW Motorrad dealership technicians follow to service and maintain BMW motorcycles. BMW MOTORRAD TECHNICIAN ELECTIVE 300 hours. wheel service. brake service. You’ll earn 2. Students will be graded on job quality and completion times. BMW MOTORRAD: SECTION 2 75 hours. After interactive demonstrations. MCCL-001 – MCCL-009 MOTORCYCLE MANUFACTURER-SPECIFIC ELECTIVE PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS You’ll move on to manufacturer-specific electives after successfully completing the Motorcycle Technician or Harley-Davidson® Prerequisite. Students also have opportunities to complete the hands-on pre-assessment components required for eligibility to participate in the optional Harley-Davidson® University PHD course equivalency. 3 weeks. They will learn about service consumable products. When an MMI graduate who has earned this certificate is hired at a BMW Motorrad dealership.5 semester credits BMW Diagnostic Equipment www. locate the VIN on various motorcycles and identify other labels found on the motorcycles and main group structure. They will learn to identify the operating system and hardware of advanced BMW diagnostic test equipment. navigate the system and utilize various functions. suspension system design. Students also will learn about BMW Motorrad diagnostic equipment technology for service technicians. An MMI/BMW-endorsed Motorrad Technician certificate may be awarded upon successfully completing the elective. diagnose and repair modern BMW motorcycles. Also covered will be procedures for reviewing software status as well as programming and coding procedures. MCCL-001 – MCCL-07B BMW MOTORRAD: SECTION 1 75 hours. Students will learn how to perform the first required service procedures. Service Procedures It all comes together as students use the skills and knowledge acquired in their Harley-Davidson Technician Prerequisite to perform periodic service on H-D® motorcycles.MMItech. 12 weeks. 3 weeks. students will perform scheduled job tasks with assistance as needed from the instructor. This elective is designed to provide students with the knowledge. Students also will get familiar with the BMW Motorcycles model lineup. 14 semester credits The BMW Motorrad Technician elective is officially sponsored and endorsed by BMW Motorrad USA. and clutch. steering and suspension service. Students also learn how to set ignition timing the BMW way. learn about diagnostic methods this tester provides for the evolving technician and expert. based on the completion of 75 hours of training. changing oils.edu Students will become familiar with all the skills necessary to service. including model identification. Major equipment used in this course: MOSS PC.5 semester credits Introduction to BMW Students will begin their training by using BMW’s Webbased training system to learn about the history of BMW motorcycles and BMW Motorrad USA training requirements for technicians. MBOX diagnostic tool Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. identification and evolution of the antilock braking system (ABS). Major equipment used in this course: Digital Technician® II.Students will use this diagnostic computer to perform initial setup and servicing of Harley-Davidson® motorcycles. BMW Motorrad USA Level 1 Certified Motorcycle Technician status is activated. cooling system service. Students will be graded on accuracy and performance on all required service tasks found in the maintenance schedule of the service manual. and learn to load software. They will follow an outline of the service maintenance schedule to learn basic service requirements before moving on to higher level service procedures. Also covered will be an engine service overview and unique modelspecific service considerations. skills and opportunity to be recognized as Level 1 Certified BMW Motorcycle Technicians. valve adjustment procedures and servicing steering head bearings. 3.
The emphasis of HonTech is on developing entry-level technicians for Honda motorcycle dealerships. BMWX-002 BMW MOTORRAD: SECTION 4 75 hours. In order to earn the Silver. HonTech is designed to provide the knowledge and handson experience required to become an entry-level Honda technician. IST allows students to learn at a self-paced rate to ensure they achieve solid proficiency in the skills required to become a technician. After reviewing the basics of BMW ignition. BMWX-002. They will gain hands-on experience servicing and bleeding brakes. BMWX-001 HONTECH 24 ELECTIVE HONDA 600 hours. radiator negative pressurization and refill kit Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. MCCL-001 – MCCL-009. MBOX diagnostic tool. Finally. Major equipment used in this course: MOSS PC. Students will receive repair orders and go to work on BMW motorcycles just like they would in an actual service department. BMW MOTORRAD: SECTION 3 75 hours. Students will use schematics to assist with diagnosing and troubleshooting systems problems using a systematic approach. charging and starting systems. BMW electrical repair kit and Midtronics battery conductance analyzer Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. 3. Instructors are HonTech-trained and receive regular updates from American Honda on designs and procedures. 28 semester credits For students seeking an American Honda-endorsed program that can lead to a career as a technician with a Honda motorcycle dealership. 3 weeks. Training is conducted under American Honda’s own training platform. Much of the information presented in the elective comes directly from American Honda training centers. 3 weeks. 24 weeks. Individualized Skills Training (IST). tire machine and balancer. The 24-week HonTech elective. BMWX-003 16 MMI Course Catalog | 2013-2014 . BMWX-001. students will be challenged to troubleshoot actual system problems using this software. Major equipment used in this course: MOSS PC. service and repair. students will delve deeply into engine management systems. Students receive repair orders and go to work on BMW motorcycles just like they would in an actual service department. Students will demonstrate their mastery of what they have learned while experiencing what it will be like to work in a BMW dealership. Students then will progress to more advanced service techniques as they learn how to service and diagnose BMW ABS brake systems. MCCL-001 – MCCL-009. MBOX diagnostic tool. HonTech graduates receive graduate employment assistance through MMI’s Employment Services department. An MMI HonTech 24 student who has graduated will also have the opportunity to receive Bronze field designation after completing 90 days of tenure in a Honda dealership and have the opportunity to complete all their coursework for Silver and Red field level designations while attending the HonTech 24 program. 3. he or she is required to work in a Honda dealership 1 year and to earn the Red level after 2 years.5 semester credits Advanced Troubleshooting Techniques Students move on to advanced BMW Motorrad Online Service System (MOSS) PC troubleshooting software. MBOX diagnostic tool. which consists of eight three-week modules of 75 hours each. Students also learn about the BMW anti-theft system. as well as troubleshooting BMW antilock brake systems.5 semester credits BMW Diagnostic Equipment Students will demonstrate their newly acquired knowledge of BMW Motorrad products as they explore the interactive BMW Motorrad technician prove-out. tire machine and balancer. MMI is the place to start. is officially sponsored and endorsed by American Honda. MCCL-001 – MCCL-009. radiator negative pressurization and refill kit Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. Students perform coding and programming on new control modules and update existing software levels to the latest versions. Major equipment used in this course: MOSS PC.drive service and adjustment procedures. BMWX-001.
diagnose and repair Honda ignition systems. battery charging station and peak reading meter Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2.5 semester credits Students will learn how to service and maintain Honda motorcycles. MCCL-001 – MCCL-009 MODULE 4 Vehicle Maintenance 75 hours. 3 weeks. 3 weeks. ignition and lighting systems. They also will learn to identify. Up-to-date service bulletin information will be provided during each module to keep students current with what is happening in the field. Students will receive a HonTech certificate at graduation. Students also will become familiar with Honda’s Fiche Finder electronic parts lookup system.HONTECH I MODULE 1 Engine Service 75 hours. 3. ATVs and power equipment engines. including generators. and cooling systems. Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. inspect and reassemble Honda motor valve trains. and students who successfully pass the HonTech assessment during their program also receive a Honda Pro Technician Routine Maintenance Certificate. 3 weeks. inspection. Students also will learn how to troubleshoot and service clutches.5 semester credits Students will learn the design characteristics of various Honda motorcycle and ATV engine configurations. including seal replacement on inverted forks. Major equipment used in this course: Honda Diagnostic System (HDS) Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. They also will learn to perform the Honda idle drop procedure and all aspects of vehicle maintenance. diagnose and repair Honda charging systems. ATVs and power equipment. Major equipment used in this course: digital multimeter.5 semester credits Students will use workstations in the ATV module to learn all aspects of ATV servicing. transmissions and final drive systems. Students will perform the latest troubleshooting procedures on Honda charging. They also will learn motorcycle lubrication systems and how to disassemble. Major equipment used in this course: tire machine and wheel balancer. This module will also cover emission control systems found on Honda street bikes.5 semester credits Students will gain an understanding of Honda wiring diagrams and their interpretation and use on motorcycles. The suspension system module will teach the latest servicing procedures. full-wave and three-phase systems. 3. mechanical slide and constant velocity carburetors. Students also will learn how to disassemble. Students will learn to identify. MCCL-001 – MCCL-009 MODULE 2 ATVs/Suspensions 75 hours. model identification. measure and reassemble a motorcycle topend to Honda’s specifications. 3. Honda transmissions will be covered and students will learn the disassembly. Students also will learn about fuel delivery systems. motorcycle and scooter clutches. power flow and reassembly procedures of the transmission. Honda brake system servicing and frame component servicing. nitrogen/oil shock servicing. including TPI. power equipment engines. including PGM-FI. 3 weeks. inspect.MMItech. digital and AC and DC CDI. 3. principles of operation and safety procedures.edu . scooters. MCCL-001 – MCCL-009 MODULE 3 Electrical Systems 75 hours. and nitrogen tank with shock adapter Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. scooters. MCCL-001 – MCCL-009 17 www. chain drives. including half-wave.
TRX transmission service 8. ESP mechanical operation 18. Disc brake service 2. reassemble and test run Honda motorcycle engines. Students will learn in a training environment that looks and feels just like an actual Honda Dealer Training Center. HTEC-001 – HTEC-004 MODULE 6 Advanced Electrical MMI Course Catalog | 2013-2014 75 hours. Hondamatic hydraulic troubleshooting 16. Transmission inspection 16. ESP electrical operation 19. 3 weeks. Using the digital multimeter 4. MCCL-001 – MCCL-009. TRX engine rebuild 7. ATV Carburetor 10. Drawing circuits 2. Troubleshooting opens and shorts 8. Bladder tork service 8. Clutch service 3. Using the ignition analyzer 11. Engine test run Major equipment used in this course: nitrogen tank with shock fitting Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. Students will learn to disassemble. HVA service 13. Troubleshooting three-phase charging systems 12. ATV routine maintenance 6. brake bleeder. Wheel lacing and truing 6. inspect. Carburetor diagnostics 14. 3 weeks. They also will learn to troubleshoot and service the Hondamatic hydrostatic transmission by completing the training steps below: 1. 3. Ball bearing steering head service 7. 3 weeks. Mechanical slide carburetor 12. Hondamatic electrical troubleshooting 17. suspension component service and vehicle maintenance. Engine rebuild 14. Pro-Link race sag 5. Advanced Electrical will provide training in the areas of electrical troubleshooting. HTEC-001 – HTEC-004 MODULE 7 ATV Engine and Maintenance 75 hours. CV Carburetor 11. Flat slide carburetor 13. Troubleshooting ignition systems 13. Insert bearing selection 12. Hydraulic drum brakes 5. equipment and training aids. Conventional fork service 4. Midtronics battery tester. ESP diagnostic tools and ATV toe adjustment tools Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. Inverted fork service 10.5 semester credits Students will build on the skills and knowledge gained in HonTech I. Using the ETM 9. Threaded fasteners 4. Shim valve adjustment 11. Dial bore gauge 2.HONTECH II MODULE 5 Motorcycle Engine and Suspension 75 hours. 3. Tapered bearing steering head service 9. Service systems techniques Major equipment used in this course: IgnitionMate. amp shunt and ARX engine alignment tool Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2.5 semester credits Students will learn to disassemble. Camshaft timing 17. HTEC-001 – HTEC-004 6. Measuring voltage drop 5. Shorted circuits 7. reassemble and test run TRX ATV engines. Students will complete the training modules listed below: 1. chassis setup. Cylinder inspection 15. with all of the same special tools. Nitrogen-charged shock service 3. AquaTrax initial PWC training 14. ESP troubleshooting Major equipment used in this course: precision measuring tools. Controlling circuits 3. MCCL-001 – MCCL-009.5 semester credits Start your journey toward becoming a Honda Registered Technician by gaining even more knowledge and experience in engine service. 3. MCCL-001 – MCCL-009. Students will demonstrate their competency by completing the training modules listed below: 1. inspect. Hondamatic overview 15. Charging system basics 10. TRX engine test run 9. High-resistance circuits 18 .
Engine compression and leakdown 2. Using assembly manuals.edu 19 . process warranty claims and estimate the cost of repairs to street bikes. lift a circuit from a schematic. www. They also learn how to identify Yamaha motorcycles and scooters using the YDS (Yamaha Dealer Service) network. USA. ATVs. MCCL-001 – MCCL-009. PGM-FI self-diagnosis 10. Students who graduate from the MMI YamaPro® course may receive the Bronze level field designation after completing 90 days of employment at a Yamaha dealer. Using HDS 13. HDS operation 12. provided they have completed their elective labs tasks – a distinct advantage to entry-level technicians beginning their careers. 14 semester credits MMI’s YamaPro® elective is officially endorsed by Yamaha.MMItech. Advanced Electrical Troubleshooting Students will get familiar with the Yamaha-specific electrical testing equipment used in Yamaha dealerships. technical orientation guides and service manuals. They will learn how to order parts. Fuel supply inspection 9. HTEC-001 – HTEC-004 YAMAPRO®: MODULE 1 75 hours. generators and snowmobiles. Twin cylinder maintenance 5. street motorcycles. Students also have the opportunity to begin work on Silver level classwork while at MMI. Inspection skills 4. side by sides and scooters. ATVs. PGM-FI troubleshooting 11. Students learn to service and repair Yamaha motorcycles. In the process. HDS drivetrain analysis Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. 12 weeks. Voltage testing 8.5 semester credits Students will complete the journey toward becoming a Honda Registered Technician in this final module. Emission inspection 7. technical orientation guides and technical bulletins.MODULE 8 Advanced Fuel and Maintenance 75 hours. HDS drivetrain testing 15. students acquire the customer-relations skills required to advance to a service manager position. They will gain hands-on experience using Yamaha factory tools to diagnose and repair drivability problems on Yamaha offroad motorcycles. Carburetor synchronization and idle drop 6. watercraft. 3 weeks. HDS analysis 14. 3. 4-cylinder routine maintenance 3. 3 weeks. Students learn how to complete warranty requests using warranty worksheets. they also will learn service procedures for getting new machines ready for customer delivery. YAMAPRO® ELECTIVE 300 hours. YDS. recognize the color codes used on Yamaha motorcycles and test a circuit. Students will learn how to read and follow Yamaha wiring schematics. dirt bikes and scooters. 3.5 semester credits Service Management Procedures Students will be introduced to the Yamaha Service Network and get familiar with the departments that make up Yamaha Motor Corp.. and learn more about troubleshooting PGM-FI systems by completing the steps listed below: 1. Students will demonstrate skills and knowledge previously learned in HonTech I as they work on carburetion and fuel injection systems.
Yamaha and Star Motorcycle Periodic Maintenance Students will learn periodic maintenance procedures for most engine types used in the Yamaha and Star product lines. Timing and Valve Clearance Students will learn to use Yamaha-designated special tools in the disassembly.Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) Systems Students will learn the skills required to diagnose and repair an EFI engine management problem on Yamaha off-road motorcycles. including single-cartridge and AOS twin-cartridge front forks. inspection and reassembly of two-stroke engines. They will get familiar with EFI basic operation.5 semester credits Suspension Systems Students will get familiar with the frame and suspension systems found on Yamaha street bikes and dirt bikes.and multi-cylinder engines. including off-road motorcycles (both two-stroke and fourstroke). IgnitionMate and Yuasa digital battery tester Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. sport motorcycles. and exhaust gas analyzer Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. They will learn troubleshooting procedures using the Yamaha EFI diagnostic mode. Camshaft Inspection. MCCL-001 – MCCL-009 service the front fork assemblies found on Yamaha street and off-road motorcycles. They will learn to 20 MMI Course Catalog | 2013-2014 . scooters and Star motorcycles (cruisers). individual sensor troubleshooting. Yamaha Chip Controlled Intake (YCC-I) systems and the exhaust gas analyzer that is used for tuning and troubleshooting purposes. MCCL-001 – MCCL-009 YAMAPRO®: MODULE 2 75 hours. 3 weeks. Side by Sides and scooters. street motorcycles. fuel pump designs. Major equipment used in this course: tire machine and balancer. and learn procedures for tuning front and rear suspensions on Yamaha off-road and street motorcycles. basic injection duration and oxygen sensor troubleshooting. Major equipment used in this course: Yamaha dynamic spark tester. inspection and reassembly of camshafts. ATVs. including adjusting the valve clearance on four-stroke single. Yamaha Chip Controlled Throttle (YCC-T) systems. Two-Stroke Engine Inspection Students gain hands-on experience with Yamaha-designated special tools in the disassembly. 3.
YAMAPRO®: MODULE 3 75 hours. with students receiving hands-on diagnosis time on the Ultramatic transmission. They gain hands-on experience in troubleshooting techniques for AVR. Major equipment used in this course: generator set test (load bank). Special emphasis will be placed on the variable drive system. FAST is designed to provide the knowledge and experience necessary to become an entry-level Suzuki technician by emphasizing tasks that technicians commonly encounter in a dealership environment. Maintenance procedures. limited slip differential (LSD) and Yamaha’s On-Command 4WD system. To help students become familiar with the daily operations of a typical dealership. MMI FAST graduates will receive the field level designation of Bronze level if they complete all Bronze level coursework while at MMI then start to work in a Suzuki dealership. Major equipment used in this course: YDS laptop computer Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. The snowmobile’s fuel system and suspension will also be covered. 3. which students learn to disassemble.MMItech.5 semester credits ATV and Side by Side Rhino Service Technology Students will learn about the maintenance of Yamaha’s ATV’s and side by side Rhinos. Students will learn the history of Suzuki and its significant technological contributions to the industry as well as its regional service organization and dealership network. disassemble. To receive the Silver recognition. inspect and reinstall a jet pump. Model Identification Students will learn how to use printed and electronic resources available from Suzuki to identify their products both by model number and year. Students will learn the proper procedures for ski alignment. Snowmobile Service Technology Students will learn to identify various Yamaha snowmobile models and get an introduction to basic snowmobile driveline technology. including the generator test set (load bank). research part interchanges and retrieve prices and model application. They will learn to remove. they have to work in a Suzuki dealership for 6 months.edu Suzuki Parts Students will learn how to use Suzuki’s online Connect system to find part numbers. students will learn to troubleshoot EFI management problems on snowmobiles. 3. In this section.5 semester credits Section 1 is designed to introduce students to skills essential for success in Suzuki dealerships. Students will work in a real-world environment while developing the skills and thought processes necessary for successful careers as a Suzuki Motorcycle Technician. Generator Service Technology Students will learn about the theory and servicing of generators. 3 weeks. track replacement and setting proper tension and alignment. Students will learn how to read the coding contained within a part number. 3 weeks. 14 semester credits MMI offers the only Suzuki training program that is officially endorsed by American Suzuki Motor Corporation. non-AVR. Students will learn to troubleshoot EFI management problems on Yamaha EFI watercraft using Yamaha Diagnostic software and a laptop computer. MCCL-001 – MCCL-009 FAST ELECTIVE FACTORY-AUTHORIZED SUZUKI TRAINING 300 hours. MODULE A Introduction to Suzuki and the Suzuki Service Network. 3. Suzuki ServicePRO® entry-level certificates are awarded for completion of the FAST elective. They will service the auto decompression system.5 semester credits Personal Watercraft Service Technology Students will get familiar with the unique cooling systems used in personal watercraft (PWC) and learn to synchronize and adjust multiple PWC carburetors. and learn how to troubleshoot EFI management problems on Yamaha EFI ATVs. Use of various generator diagnostic tools will be stressed. YDS laptop computer and IgnitionMate Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. AVR/brush-type and Inverter generators. Emphasis will be placed on unique driveline service needs. 3 weeks. inspect and reassemble the automatic clutch. they also will gain practical experience during each module working as service writers for the FAST lab. will also be covered. 12 weeks. inspect and reassemble in addition to performing minor tuning. MCCL-001 – MCCL-009 FAST: SECTION 1 75 hours. which includes Suzuki’s entire instructor-led training program. and for Gold. and how to diagnose pump problems such as cavitations. the period is 1 year. www. such as engine flushing and top-end fogging. During training. Students also have the opportunity to work on Silver and Gold level modules while in the FAST program. YAMAPRO®: MODULE 4 75 hours. Students will learn to identify the duties of regional service personnel and dealership personnel. Students will learn to troubleshoot the DC circuits used in some generators and get hands-on experience diagnosing the difference between a generator problem that is mechanical and one that is electrical in nature. and students learn how to set up the suspension for various snow conditions. 21 . Students will learn about the information encoded in vehicle identification and engine numbers.
Suzuki Warranty Procedure Students will learn how to use Suzuki warranty information in determining defects and causes. MCCL-001 – MCCL-009 MODULE E Clutches and Drivetrains Students will learn the operation of all types of clutches used in current Suzuki products. which is one of the most common tasks assigned to entry-level technicians. cylinders and crankshafts. 3 weeks. adjust and repair all types of brake systems used on Suzuki motorcycles and ATVs. Suspension Systems Students will learn methods of servicing front and rear suspension components used on Suzuki on-road/off-road motorcycles and ATVs.and multi-cylinder engines. They also will gain hands-on experience changing all types of tires currently used on Suzuki products. Students who successfully complete this program will receive a manufacturer-endorsed Suzuki ServicePRO® Bronze-level recognition certificate. manual and semiautomatic clutches. diagnosing and repairing engines and drivetrains. Students become familiar with new and simplified brake-bleeding techniques. Students will learn methods for servicing all facets of both chain and shaft drive systems. camshafts. MODULE C Engine Components Students will learn about cylinder heads. Suzuki New E-Learning Modules Students will be provided with the opportunity to learn from the same valuable training materials that are used by field service technicians and Suzuki personnel. Also covered will be crankshaft plain bearing selection techniques and valve clearance adjustments. Students will learn techniques for adjusting suspensions for optimum handling. They will gain hands-on experience performing disassembly and inspection of plate type clutches and adjustment of mechanical clutch releases. Servicing and adjustment of Suzuki clutch release mechanisms will also be covered. which can be fulfilled upon employment at a Suzuki dealer. Also covered will be the Suzuki Electronically Controlled Constantly Variable Transmission (SECVT) function. MODULE B Brake Systems Students will learn how to maintain. including centrifugal. They will learn to disassemble.Service Reference Material Students will become familiar with the wide range of resources at their disposal to locate valuable information to aid in the repair of Suzuki products. MMI Course Catalog | 2013-2014 Tire Section Students will learn the proper method for selecting tires. 3. MODULE D Transmissions Students will learn to inspect transmission and gear change mechanisms. Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. They will disassemble and service suspensions used for on-road/off-road vehicles. Suzuki Special Tools Students will learn about the identification. Students also will learn how CVT (constantly variable transmission) systems work. Students also learn how to service and adjust steering components on ATVs. measure and reassemble various engine components on single. A lab section. pistons. They will gain hands-on experience on both mechanical and hydraulic systems. will be available to help students complete assigned tasks.5 semester credits Section 2 is designed to introduce students to principles. inspect. skills and techniques involved in troubleshooting. They will learn about special clutch features such as Suzuki’s back torque limiter and power assist clutches. FAST: SECTION 2 75 hours. application and proper usage of special tools. MCCL-001 – MCCL-009 22 . cam chain tensioners. Major equipment used in this course: tire machine Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. Training modules will cover current service techniques and troubleshooting procedures. valve trains. furnished with computers and a complete reference library.
Emphasis is placed on the critical role of maintenance in establishing a positive long-term relationship with the customer. orders and vehicle service inquiries using the K-Dealer Web site. ATVs. operation and troubleshooting of battery-charging and engine-ignition systems on Suzuki motorcycles and ATVs. 3 weeks. K-TECH is equipped by Kawasaki with motorcycles. An introduction to K-Dealer includes methods for tracking parts availability. Initial Service and Periodic Maintenance Students will learn the critical technical aspects of vehicle maintenance — from assembly and pre-delivery inspection through break-in and regularly scheduled service. MODULE H Electronic Fuel Injection Students will learn about EFI systems on Suzuki motorcycles and ATVs. MMI is the place to start. DMM and SDS computer Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2.edu Students will get familiar with the many components of the fuel system and how it operates. They learn how to locate valuable information to aid in the repair of Kawasaki products. Students will gain hands-on experience diagnosing and troubleshooting these systems using techniques from Suzuki service manuals and enhanced techniques derived from Suzuki’s Pro Troubleshooting technical training class. 12 weeks. Students will learn how these systems work and how to troubleshoot them using the computer-based Suzuki Diagnostic System (SDS). U. Students have the opportunity to complete the Kawasaki “Back to the Basics” video training modules that are normally offered only in Kawasaki dealerships. Students will apply “make the system do work” methodology as they measure voltage and amperage while troubleshooting. Mules and personal watercraft. Students receive an introduction to the Kawasaki service network.S. 3. its regional service organization and its dealership network. Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. They will get familiar with carburetor overhauls. Major equipment used in this course: Battery chargers. A Kawasaki-endorsed entry-level certificate is awarded upon graduation. K-TECH SPECIALIST ELECTIVE KAWASAKI 300 hours.5 semester credits Section 3 covers all facets of servicing electrical systems on Suzuki motorcycles and ATVs. Students will learn techniques vital to proper assembly and pre-delivery. RUVs. 3. relays and wiring from a dynamic rather than static point of view.5 semester credits Section 4 covers fuel systems and basic servicing of Suzuki motorcycles and ATVs. They will learn to troubleshoot by dynamically inspecting voltage and amperage rather than resistance. service bulletin review and assembly/preparation of new units. supported and endorsed by Kawasaki Motors Corp.MMItech. MCCL-001 – MCCL-009 MODULE F Charging and Ignition Systems Students will learn the theory. This elective is designed to provide students with the knowledge and experience necessary to become entry-level Kawasaki Technicians. The self-diagnostic capabilities of Suzuki’s FI systems will be covered and students learn maintenance techniques for all types of throttle body assemblies used on Suzuki motorcycles and ATVs. They will learn how to service and troubleshoot the fuel system — from the gas cap through the fuel tank and fuel pump to the carburetor and all vents and hoses.FAST: SECTION 3 75 hours. MCCL-001 – MCCL-009 FAST: SECTION 4 75 hours. MODULE G AC/DC Circuits Students will learn short-circuit troubleshooting. The K-TECH Specialist Elective is officially sponsored. synchronization of multi-carburetor systems and fuel pump inspections. 23 . MODULE I Fuel Systems www. switches.A. They get familiar with various methods used by Kawasaki to identify its products and learn about model features and specifications. 14 semester credits For Kawasaki-endorsed training that provides the hands-on skills to become a successful entry-level Kawasaki technician. They also will learn how to ensure the customer’s product is properly prepared and maintained. 3 weeks.. All necessary special tools and machinery are supplied by MMI. Students learn skills that are essential to the success of entry-level technicians at dealerships. MODULE J Pre-delivery Inspection. Training on current Kawasaki motorcycles includes model ID.
and periodic maintenance. engine brake control.5 semester credits MMI Course Catalog | 2012-2013 Unit 2A Motorcycle Chassis. and fuel systems. rectifier/ regulator and DC circuits. Unit 2 75 hours. Electrical ignition topics will include how CDI and TCBI systems work and what components are used in each system. They will learn how to provide recommendations on required parts. Using the latest Kawasaki Diagnostic System (KDS) software. Charging systems topics will include permanent magnet alternators. They also learn the internal workings of a limited slip ATV differential. Unit 2C Motorcycle Periodic Maintenance Students will become familiar with Kawasaki maintenance and repair procedures. bottom end. synchronization and adjustment. Unit 3C Diesel Mule Students will be introduced to the workings of the Kawasaki diesel Mule. fuel pump and speedometer systems. and continuously variable transmission (CVT) system. including ATV valve adjustment. Unit 1B Electrical Students will learn about the operation and troubleshooting of charging. including inverted front forks and rear shock service. including tire changes. ignition and starting systems. MCCL-001 – MCCL-009 Unit 3B Mule Utility Vehicle Students will be introduced to the workings of the Kawasaki Mule utility vehicle.5 semester credits Unit 3A V-twin. valve train. inspection. brake systems. crankshaft. 3 weeks. self-cancelling turn signals. and learn to perform carburetor component ID. connecting rods. students will connect laptop computers to fuel-injected models and perform component tests. Emission control and cooling systems are also covered. steering and suspension systems. ATVs and Teryx Students will become familiar with Kawasaki’s ATV line. 3 weeks. electrical diagnosis and body panel removal/installation. tire removal/installation. K-TECH SPECIALIST: B Unit 3 75 hours. This includes ATV model codes and periodic maintenance. Starting systems topics will include lockout systems and relay operation. suspensions and steering systems. wet brake system. 3. including valve adjustment and oil change as well as drive belt removal and replacement. Students will learn component identification as well as location. Topics will include diesel engine theory and safety. Operation of the carburetor will be covered in addition to the electrical systems. digital multimeter and battery charger Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. 3 weeks. They will perform periodic maintenance.K-TECH SPECIALIST: A Unit 1 75 hours. 3. clutch and lubrication 24 . lubrication system. piston rings. transmission. MCCL-001 – MCCL-009 Unit 2B Motorcycle Engine and Transmission Students will learn how to remove. Unit 1C Motorcycle Fuel Injection System Students will get familiar with the operation of Kawasaki’s Digital Fuel Injection (DFI®) systems.5 semester credits system components. Major equipment used in this course: nitrogen tank with adapter. including measuring the top end. Major equipment used in this course: tire machine Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. Students also learn about the headlight. Suspension and Brakes Students will learn motorcycle chassis service. brake services and steering head service on multiple motorcycles in Kawasaki’s line of products. top end and bottom end components. fuel systems. fuel system and suspension system. Students will perform Mule diesel engine service. disassemble. reassemble and install four-stroke engines. inspect. component testing and troubleshooting. Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. 3. Students also will get familiar with the workings of Kawasaki’s V-twin engines. Students become familiar with Kawasaki’s Teryx models. MCCL-001 – MCCL-009 Unit 1A Team Green Students will learn KX maintenance to perform the most common tasks required for this competition vehicle. cooling system. Topics will include lubrication and cooling systems. Students will learn procedures for inspecting and adjusting valves on multiple motorcycles in Kawasaki’s line of products.
is designed to provide the knowledge and skills necessary to become an entry-level professional service technician. Students not only graduate with highly regarded credentials. which is supported and equipped by the Harley-Davidson Motor Company. HARLEY-DAVIDSON LATE MODEL ELECTIVE 600 hours. MCCL-001 – MCCL-009 Unit 4A Basic Watercraft Design and Theory Students will learn the operation and service procedures for Kawasaki’s personal watercraft. function and service procedures as well as fuel systems. engine disassembly and reassembly. including the inner workings of the Roots-type supercharger. The last six weeks of the Harley-Davidson Late Model elective are Dealer Service Operations 1 & 2. They also will get familiar with Digital Fuel Injection (DFI®) system principle or operation. In Section E. * Unit 4B Jet Ski® Electrical Students will learn the inner workings of Kawasaki’s watercraft electrical systems. and winterization. they also have the opportunity to acquire the following Harley-Davidson University® PHD* course credits: > Vehicle Chassis Service (VCS) > Electrical Diagnostics MMI students are encouraged. They will learn the basic theory and design of the hulls. Students will become familiar with the Kawasaki two-stroke and four-stroke engines used in the personal watercraft. special tools and diagnostic test equipment. precautions and diagnostic system. Students perform these service tasks in accordance with service procedures while utilizing current OEM service publications. cooling systems and bilge systems.edu . Students will perform an engine removal and reinstallation. They will get hands-on experience performing periodic maintenance. There is no PHD value to the MMI graduate unless employed by an authorized Harley-Davidson® dealer. Section S directs a focus on chassis service and electrical diagnostics. Unit 4C Ultra® 250/260 Jet Ski® Students will learn about the Kawasaki Ultra® 250/260 Jet Ski®. The scope and purpose of these two courses are to build upon and strengthen core technician and service writer skills as entry-level technicians. immobilizer registration. but by completing the Late Model elective. 3. 26 semester credits The Harley-Davidson Late Model elective. system components. supercharger belt removal and reinstallation. periodic maintenance and carburetor rebuild. The emphasis of the Harley-Davidson Late Model elective is hands-on training as students perform disassembly. service procedures and troubleshooting on late model vehicles and component assemblies. The six-week Harley-Davidson® Screamin’ Eagle® training section introduces students to the Screamin’ Eagle® performance product line.Unit 4 75 hours.5 semester credits Major equipment used in this course: digital multimeter and precision measuring tools Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. These courses serve as a two-component capstone to 25 www. The first 12 weeks of the elective make up the core training portion. Students then dyno-tune the motorcycles to see the results of their choices.MMItech. reassembly. steering cable removal and reinstallation. This is where students further develop the core H-D technical skills that become the foundation they will build on throughout the rest of the elective and in their careers as technicians. components and troubleshooting. 3 weeks. This exclusive training elective was developed by MMI with the support of the Harley-Davidson Motor Company. Students develop an understanding of how to choose the proper combination of components and gain maximum performance benefit using the technical information in the Screamin’ Eagle® catalog. students learn about late model H-D® engine and powertrain design. drive systems. 24 weeks. but not required to complete PHD assessments.
technical updates and troubleshooting. 3 weeks. including ABS service procedures. including service writing. Students perform steps as if they are in an actual dealership – from loading the bike onto the lift for service to unloading and delivering the bike to the service writer for customer pickup. Work is performed with Harley-Davidson’s proprietary web access (h-dnet. breakout boxes and digital multimeters Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. test procedures. torque wrench and precision measuring tools Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. HDTP-019 SECTION E POWERTRAIN 1 (E1) HDLM-013 MMI Course Catalog | 2013-2014 75 hours. ignition. function. starting and charging systems. Lab tasks are performed on full operational motorcycles in a simulated service facility. 3. MCCL-001 – MCCL-07B. In addition to servicing and repairing motorcycles. They will perform the same chassis and suspension tasks as dealer technicians do in a Harley-Davidson PHD Chassis class following Harley-Davidson® service procedures and technical bulletins. Service bulletins and updates will be explained in detail. including the oil pump and cam compartment. SECTION S CHASSIS SERVICE (S1) HDLM-011 75 hours. 3. 26 . Major equipment used in this course: Digital Technician® II. such as service writer and service consultant. Springer® rocker bearing adjustments and chassis service on the Harley-Davidson® Tri Glide® trike models. students rotate into service-support roles. Major equipment used in this course: Digital Technician® II.5 semester credits ENGINES Engine design fundamentals and operation. 3 weeks. Students also will learn about brake systems. MCCL-001 – MCCL-07B. 3 semester credits Students will learn basic service procedures for chassis and suspension components on late-model H-D® vehicles. Students will utilize dealer test and diagnostic equipment to troubleshoot electrical problems on late model Harley-Davidson® motorcycles. HDTP-019 ELECTRICAL DIAGNOSTICS (S2) HDLM-012 75 hours. In a systematic manner. They will perform bearing replacement and adjustments. HDTP-018. warranty procedures and customer service. and the latest service bulletins from Harley-Davidson will be covered. Students also will learn to inspect wear patterns and develop a detailed understanding of late model Harley-Davidson® lubrication systems. students will learn how to service and diagnose problems in battery.the preceding Late Model and MTP courses.5 semester credits Students will be taught design. Performance requirements are in strict alignment with Harley-Davidson University® PHD training and students have the opportunity to achieve PHD course equivalency in these courses. The hands-on training focus is on building proficiency and confidence in specific technical procedures as well as professional soft skills. using current service publications.com®) and Harley-Davidson.com to support technicians (students) in their service tasks. 3 weeks. Students disassemble and reassemble air-cooled and liquid-cooled engines to gain familiarity with the systems. This course will follow current electrical diagnostic curriculum as offered in the Harley-Davidson University® PHD Electrical Diagnostics class. HDTP-018.
FUEL INJECTION Students will be introduced to the design and function of the Harley-Davidson® fuel injection system and components. and intake and exhaust systems. ignition systems. HDTP-018. clutch cable replacement. HDTP-019 TRANSMISSIONS Students will learn the design fundamentals and functions of the six-speed. and engine top end service. torque wrench.5 semester credits Students will familiarize themselves with the Harley-Davidson® Screamin’ Eagle® line of performance options for the Twin Cam and V-Rod® motorcycles. 3 weeks. HDTP-018. Students will use dealership equipment and procedures to program the motorcycle’s ECM with updated software designed to complement the performance parts. Students will learn to operate the dynamometer safely and use it to troubleshoot engine drivability complaints. HDTP-018. Participating in a simulated service facility. 3 weeks. drive systems and related fuel system components. including troubleshooting through the use of authorized computer test equipment. Major equipment used in this course: Digital Technician® II and dynamometer Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. Students will learn about the performance-racing applications of components such as cylinder heads. 3. MCCL-001 – MCCL-07B. Students will learn how to identify all the variables in a cylinder that can increase engine combustion efficiency and drivability performance. rear wheel and tire replacement and wheel balancing. 3 weeks.edu POWERTRAIN 2 (E2) HDLM-014 75 hours. Typical work performed will include around-the-vehicle inspection. Major equipment used in this course: torque wrench and precision measuring tools Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. 3 semester credits POWERTRAIN SERVICE Students will perform routine maintenance and repairs on operational vehicles. Major equipment used in course: torque wrench and precision measuring tools Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. 3. Students will disassemble and reassemble these transmissions to gain familiarity with the systems.Twin rear belt replacement. students will test the motorcycle’s performance on the dynamometer. Students will perform these tasks on operational Harley-Davidson® motorcycles in a hands-on lab environment. HDTP-018. camshafts. Students also will learn about the H-D® engine management system. late model transmission. students will learn to work with repair orders and schedules while diagnosing. Major equipment used in this course: Digital Technician® II. In addition. HDTP-019 SCREAMIN’ EAGLE® 1 (SE1) HDLM-015 75 hours. HDTP-019 www. MCCL-001 – MCCL-07B.MMItech. motorcycle lifts. MCCL-001 – MCCL-07B. HDTP-019 SCREAMIN’ EAGLE® 2 (SE2) HDLM-016 75 hours. precision measuring tools. Big 27 . The emphasis will be on learning the correct application and combination of these performance components. and tire changing and wheel balancing machines Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. Finally. students will perform fuel/intake system service and repair following diagnostic procedures.5 semester credits Students will learn performance tuning for Screamin’ Eagle® components. MCCL-001 – MCCL-07B. repairing and servicing engines.
repair and maintenance of HarleyDavidson® vehicles dating back to 1936. gears and shafts. Panhead topics will include pan covers and D-rings. technical and service data comes directly from Harley-Davidson® materials. function and service. 3. ignition and accessory systems. multiscopes. MCCL-001 – MCCL-07B. 6 weeks. In addition to performing these tasks.5 semester credits BIG TWIN ENGINES Students will learn Panhead. rocker arm and rocker bearings. students will step into their service-support roles while other students rotate into their technician roles. students will step into their service-support roles while other students rotate into their technician roles. The students will complete the necessary repairs and prepare the motorcycle for simulated delivery to the customer.DEALER SERVICE OPERATIONS 1 (DSO1) HDLM-017 75 hours. Knucklehead. HDLM-001 – HDLM-016 DEALER SERVICE OPERATIONS 2 (DSO2) HDLM-018 75 hours. The focus is hands-on experience as students learn to disassemble. pistons. HDLM-001 – HDLM-016 28 MMI Course Catalog | 2013-2014 . Diagnostics will include starting. Students will perform tasks based on previous course learning experiences. gaskets and hardware. Major equipment used in this course: arbor press. 3 weeks. periodic vehicle maintenance. and tire changing and wheel balancing machines Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. and tire changing and wheel balancing machines Prerequisites: Motorcycle Theory 1 and 2. breakout boxes. guides and springs. Engineering. pushrods. suspension. Students study vintage service bulletins as well as special information packets on topics such as model changes. intake manifold inserts. The Harley-Davidson Prerequisite and Late Model electives are prerequisites for the Harley-Davidson Early Model elective. oiling and breathing system functions. cylinder design. In addition to performing these tasks. HDTP-018. 3 weeks. torque wrench. 3 semester credits HARLEY-DAVIDSON EARLY MODEL ELECTIVE 150 hours. including vehicle pre-delivery and inspection. repair and maintain early-model Harley-Davidson® vehicles. wheel components. precision measuring tools and digital multimeter SERVICE PROCEDURES/CHASSIS SERVICE This course will focus on current vehicle and chassis service procedures and tasks common in a Harley-Davidson® dealer service facility. 7 semester credits The Harley-Davidson Early Model elective is designed to provide the knowledge and experience necessary to become an entry-level motorcycle technician with an emphasis on the design. rings. Students utilize OEM diagnostic software and follow Harley-Davidson procedures in diagnosing and repairing the motorcycle. Shovelhead and Evolution® engine design. MCCL-001 – MCCL-07B. tire service. adaptability of late-model parts and locating suppliers of obsolete components. lower-end flywheel assemblies and case designs. Motorcycle training aids along with a large variety of component assemblies provide ample exposure to many varieties of early-model H-D® products. antilock brakes. cylinder head updates and unleaded conversion. 3 weeks. In addition to electrical systems. charging. students also will perform accessory installation jobs commonly performed in dealerships. HDTP-018. Midtronics battery testers. ELECTRICAL DIAGNOSTICS & REPAIR/ ACCESSORY INSTALLATION In this simulated service environment. 3 semester credits EARLY MODEL 1 (EM1) HDEM-001 75 hours. brake service. valves. HDTP-019. steering. Major equipment used in this course: Digital Technician® II. HDTP-019. gear case covers. circuit breakers. and primary/secondary drive systems. students will perform common electrical diagnostics on running motorcycles to determine what repair is needed. Major equipment used in this course: Digital Technician® II. component design changes.
hydraulic rear-drum brake design and service. FINAL REVIEW Students will have an opportunity to review coursework and practice techniques on vintage school-owned vehicles. Students also learn about two. pistons. and frame alignment check. including ignition systems (battery point. pushrod and throw out bearing designs. cylinder heads. cam and gear case. function. and early chain adjustments. cam and pinion gear. 3. EARLY MODEL 2 (EM2) HDEM-002 75 hours. pinion shaft design. feed and return oil pump design and function. rocker shafts.5 semester credits CARBURETION Students will learn the design. valves. rods and case designs. pistons lifters. gearcase covers. SIDE VALVE & IRON XL ENGINES Students will be taught engine design. three-speed and reverse differences. cylinder heads. and carburetor and manifold designs. Big Twin Glide front forks. pushrods. foot clutch and mousetrap adjustment and service. troubleshooting and servicing of early model carburetors. oil feed and return systems. In addition.edu 29 . cam gears. and carburetor and manifold designs. TRANSMISSIONS & CLUTCHES Students will learn about primary drive and clutch designs. countershaft and main shaft assemblies. www. adjustment. circuit breakers. early disc brake design. ratchet top and plate-type shift fork and shaft designs. hand shift. a final review will be conducted to reinforce instruction. Topics include valves and springs. EARLY ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS Students will learn electrical systems. cylinders. springs and spring covers. valves and springs. mechanical front and rear brakes. Star hub rebuild. cylinder and piston designs. rocker arm and rocker shafts. Service information on early model Harley-Davidson® models not covered in the course also will be provided. tappets and guides. Sportster® Glide front forks. kick-start mechanism designs. function and servicing.Knucklehead topics will include cylinder head design. ball bearing hub service. timed breather systems. EARLY CHASSIS MAINTENANCE Students will learn about Springer® front-fork assembly. Evolution® topics will include engine disassembly. valves and springs. rocker box. transmission service. circuit breaker.MMItech. tappets. lower end and oil pump. early AC alternators and basic wiring.and three-brush generators and other charging systems. flywheels. magneto and early electronic). 3 weeks. rocker arm and rocker shafts. Shovelhead topics will include rocker box and rocker arm.
51 Weeks. You’ll learn the fundamentals of gasoline and diesel engines. fuel systems and electrical systems. You will also learn hull and trailer rigging to meet customer requirements. lower units. Each three-week. service and repair marine mechanical systems.) MARINE PROGRAM OVERVIEW 1275 Hours. 50 Semester Credits In MMI’s Marine Technology program. manufacturer-specific course is designed to provide students with the knowledge and experience required to become entry-level marine technicians. > MARN-001 through MARN-008 must be completed before starting MARN-017. you’ll get hands-on experience in current technology and equipment as you train for a career as an entry-level marine technician. > MARN-006 and MARN-007 must be completed before starting MARN-008. Customer service and professionalism are emphasized throughout the program.MARINE TECHNICIAN SPECIALIST MARINE TECHNICIAN SPECIALIST PROGRAM OBJECTIVE The objective of MMI’s Marine Technician Specialist program is to prepare students for entry-level technician positions with the knowledge and skills required to perform maintenance and routine service. 30 . MMI’s industry-aligned curriculum emphasizes the real-world skills needed by marine dealerships. > MARN-006 must be completed before starting MARN-007. outdrives. Through a combination of classroom instruction. (MARN-016 and MARN017 may be completed in any order prior to graduation. you’ll diagnose. diagnose mechanical and electrical systems. > MARN-015 must be completed before starting MARN-016. > MARN-001 through MARN-015 must be completed before starting MARN-016 or MARN017. Courses within the Marine Technology program must be completed as follows: > MARN-001 through MARN-008 must be completed before starting MARN-011 through MARN-017. and make necessary repairs and replacements. demonstrations and hands-on work in the lab. > MARN-009 must be completed before starting MARN-010.
Major equipment used in this course: outboard lower units and stern drive units FUEL & LUBRICATION SYSTEMS MARN-005 75 hours. Students will become proficient at wiring repair. installation and maintenance procedures for common optional equipment. Students will learn to perform the steps required to diagnose and service marine engines with mechanicalrelated concerns. 3 semester credits Students will become familiar with the basics of electrical theory and components. as well as troubleshooting and repairing different types of lubrication systems. and test components of known value to ensure accurate readings. shop safety. flat rates and service manuals. Various types of oils and lubricant rating systems will be used in the marine industry are covered. instrument gauge installation and electrical hookup. and digital multimeter 31 www. Major equipment used in this course: inboard and outboard engines SERVICE OPERATIONS MARN-004 75 hours. measuring and precision tools. Major equipment used in this course: inboard and outboard engines. troubleshoot and repair cooling systems to manufacturers’ specifications. and the proper use of hand. 3 weeks. including trailers. inventory. repair orders. warranties. 3 weeks. boat trailers and boat instrumentation ELECTRICAL BASICS MARN-006 75 hours. Students will learn the fundamentals of engine repair and operation for the internal combustion engine. including Honda Marine.UTI.COURSE DESCRIPTIONS ENGINES MARN-001 75 hours. The importance of rigging as it relates to customer satisfaction will be emphasized. 3 semester credits Students will learn to identify carburetor systems and EFI fuel systems on various outboards and sterndrives. cooling and exhaust systems as well as the differences between outboard and sterndrive systems. voltmeter and ammeter. replacement and maintenance. 3 semester credits Students will become familiar with various service department job functions with dealerships of major manufacturers. Students also will perform setup. Students will become familiar with the operation of various manufacturers’ lower unit assemblies and perform the diagnostic and troubleshooting procedures required to determine problems within the lower unit. Volvo Penta and Yamaha.edu/Marine . aligning stern drive engines. Students will learn the benefits of properly designed and maintained exhaust systems for outboard and sterndrive systems. such as coil testers. Students will use hands-on approaches to in learning the importance of the various roles in these areas and are required to demonstrate knowledge and abilities through written tests and the use of unique training workstations that utilize manufacturers’ computer software. remote control. They will learn to diagnose. Instruction also will cover various manufacturer electrical test equipment. They will learn how the technician functions in the dealership in dealing with parts. Also covered will be the lubrication. 3 weeks. including two-stroke and four-stroke operations. 3 weeks. They will learn to read all ranges of the ohmmeter. Major equipment used in this course: outboard and stern drive engines. Mercury Marine. 3 semester credits Students will be introduced to professional work standards. technical bulletins. 3 weeks. Safety procedures required for working with electricity and electrical systems will be emphasized. spark testers and battery testers. rebuilding carburetors and performing basic carburetion synchronization adjustments on various fuel system configurations. Upon completion of this course. boat consoles. 3 semester credits Students will learn to perform procedures for rigging outboard motors. Suzuki. 3 weeks. Major equipment used in this course: computer systems LOWER UNITS/OUTDRIVES MARN-002 75 hours. students will be familiar with procedures to diagnose. various boats. trolling motors and depth finders. MerCruiser. They will gain hands-on experience in diagnosing minor fuel system problems. 3 semester credits Students will become familiar with the designs and functions of outboard and sterndrive motor-cooling systems. and predelivery adjustments. troubleshoot and repair various fuel systems with special attention to carburetors and EFI systems. Major equipment used in this course: outboard and stern drive engines RIGGING MARN-003 75 hours.
They will become familiar with the theory of diesel compression ignition and combustion fundamentals. They will learn to perform setup and maintenance tasks on these engines as well as on Volvo Penta drive systems. digital multimeter. diagnostic scanners and special OEM tools Prerequisites: MARN-009 ELECTRICAL DIAGNOSTICS MARN-008 75 hours. exhaust system. 3 semester credits Students will become familiar with Volvo Penta of the Americas products and learn to identify Volvo Penta gasoline sterndrive engines. including electronically controlled turbochargers and compressors with basic fueldelivery systems. 3 weeks. with an emphasis on problem diagnostics of both newer technical systems and unique older systems. engine-management. engine components and special OEM tools MMI Course Catalog | 2013-2014 HONDA MARINE MARN-012 75 hours. 3 weeks. including the four-stroke engine cycle. Major equipment used in this course: outboard and stern drive engines. 3 semester credits Students will become familiar with the design and function of the starting. MARN-007 MARINE MANUFACTURERSPECIFIC COURSES VOLVO PENTA MARN-011 75 hours. They also will use electronic tools to diagnose and troubleshoot fuel systems and engine accessories. They also will learn about Volvo Penta’s marine electronic fuel injection and gasoline fuel injection. They also will diagnose basic system malfunctions using specially designed diesel engine training aids. Upon completion of this course. battery load testers and coil testers Prerequisites: MARN-006. They will learn about various marine diesel fuel systems. voltmeter and ammeter to test electrical systems and verify electrical systems are functioning to manufacturer specifications. Major equipment used in this course: marine diesel engine trainers. in accordance with original equipment manufacturer (OEM) guidelines. engine management. charging.5 semester credits Students will diagnose minor electrical problems within the outboard ignition. electronic unit injection (EUI) systems and hydraulically actuated electronic unit injection (HEUI) systems. and accessory systems. digital voltage adapter. Students also will learn the basic operation of a diesel engine. warning. 2. including peak voltage meters and direct voltage adapters. Major equipment used in this course: outboard and stern drive engines. 3 weeks. They will learn to use all ranges of the ohmmeter. Students will gain hands-on experience diagnosing Delco EST ignition systems. fuel system components. Students will take a hands-on approach to diagnosing operational issues with marine diesel fuel-injection systems and electronic engine management. peak-reading meter. warning. 3 semester credits Students will become familiar with the basic operation of marine diesel fuel systems and electronic engine management used in pleasure craft and light commercial applications. digital voltage adapter. charging. EFI testing tools and electrical system testing tools Prerequisites: MARN-001 – MARN-008 DIESEL 1 MARN-009 75 hours. Major equipment used in this course: Volvo Penta gasoline engines and drive units. Major equipment used in this course: marine diesel engine trainers. and be proficient at diagnosing minor problems within each system. lighting. computers. students will be able to identify the different types of outboard ignition. inline injection pump systems. charging. Also covered will be the electrical test equipment of various manufacturers. 3 semester credits Students will be introduced to American Honda Marine products and learn to identify the various models of Honda four-stroke outboard motors. lighting and accessory systems. and accessory systems. ignition. 3 weeks. high-pressure common rail (HPCR) systems. lighting. They will demonstrate an understanding of Honda’s outboard warranty policy and be introduced to factory Honda outboard special tools. lubrication system and engine accessories. 3 weeks. starter. 3 weeks. Students will get hands-on experience performing entry-level inspection and preventive maintenance. including essential subsystems such as air intake system. Stu- 32 .ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS MARN-007 75 hours. They will expand their basic knowledge of electrical systems. battery load testers and coil testers Prerequisites: MARN-006 DIESEL 2 MARN-010 75 hours. digital multimeter. 3 semester credits Students will learn to perform service and maintenance on marine diesel engines used in pleasure craft and light commercial applications. starter. peak-reading meter. cooling system. including rotary distributor pump systems.
Major equipment used in this course: Yamaha outboard engines. Students will learn procedures to diagnose. MerCruiser. and Suzuki Marine. Yamaha Marine. Students will demonstrate their skills on a wide range of manufacturer engines. 3 semester credits Students will gain the knowledge and experience required to become entry-level technicians in the Mercury Marine dealer network. lower units and outdrives.) SUZUKI MARINE MARN-014 75 hours. 3 semester credits Students will take their manufacturer-specific skills to the next level with advanced training on the MerCruiser Marine products. including the Suzuki Diagnostic System (SDS). including Mercury.5 semester credits Students will demonstrate key competencies related to the entire Marine program in this three-week course during which they display the application of their knowledge in a hands-on environment. and service electronic trim and tilt assemblies. EFI diagnostic tools and electrical diagnostic tools Prerequisites: MARN-001 – MARN-008 MERCTECH 2 MARN-016 75 hours. 3 semester credits Students will be introduced to American Suzuki Motor Corporation products and learn to identify Suzuki two-stroke and four-stroke outboard motors. (MARN-016 and MARN017 may be completed in any order prior to graduation. They will learn to troubleshoot engines using a computer and Yamaha diagnostics. charging and ignition systems specific to Mercury Marine products. electrical diagnostic tools and general service tools Prerequisites: MARN-001 . Students will become familiar with Mercury’s method of service administration and 33 . Performance testing in this course may include but is not limited to gas and diesel engine components and adjustments. They will become familiar with Suzuki outboard warranty procedures and the Suzuki Extended Protection system. including Honda’s programmed fuel-injection system. diagnostic tools. They will learn procedures to diagnose. Students also will get hands-on experience with diagnosing. service operations and parts management. and testing electrical systems and engine management systems. including EFI. Major equipment used in this course: Suzuki outboard engines. 3 weeks. troubleshoot and perform tasks on Yamaha fuel systems (carburetors. ignition systems Capacitor Discharge Ignition (CDI and microcomputer-CDI) and valve trains. oil-injection systems. 3 weeks. electrical diagnostic tools and EFI diagnostic tools Prerequisites: MARN-001 – MARN-008 YAMAHA MARINE MARN-013 75 hours. DFI and carbureted. The course is equipped by Mercury Marine with current outboard products.UTI. Proper warranty. Major equipment used in this course: Mercury outboard and MerCruiser stern drive engines and drive units. 2. Major equipment used in this course: Mercury outboard and MerCruiser stern drive engines and drive units. troubleshoot and repair cooling. EFI diagnostic tools. 3 weeks. They will inspect. Major equipment used in this course: inboard and outboard engines. (MARN-016 and MARN017 may be completed in any order prior to graduation.MARN-015 must be completed before starting MARN-016 or MARN017. 3 semester credits Students will become familiar with Yamaha Motor Corporation products and learn to identify Yamaha outboard motors and perform rigging procedures. Major equipment used in this course: Honda outboard engines. troubleshooting and repairing fuel systems. perform maintenance tests on charging systems. Students will learn to use specialized Suzuki outboard tools and diagnostic equipment.edu/Marine MERCTECH 1 MARN-015 75 hours. They also will diagnose Suzuki outboard ignition and charging systems. troubleshoot and repair problems related to starting systems. pre-delivery inspection and seasonal maintenance procedures will be covered.dents will troubleshoot Honda’s DC-CDI and TMI ignition systems. EFI diagnostic tools (HDS) and electrical diagnostic tools Prerequisites: MARN-001 – MARN-008 the emphasis placed on customer service and satisfaction. electronic fuel injection and high-pressure direct injection). electrical diagnostic tools and EFI diagnostic tools Prerequisites: MARN-001 – MARN-015 must be completed before starting MARN-016 or MARN017. exhaust. and troubleshoot engine vibration and noise complaints. electrical diagnostic tools and general service tools Prerequisites: MARN-001 – MARN-008 CAPSTONE MARN-017 75 hours. 3 weeks. 3 weeks. rigging.) www. fuel and lubrication systems. Honda Marine. service four-stroke outboard timing belts and chains. They also will troubleshoot outboard fuel systems.
Scheduling. to 5 p. Awards are also presented at graduation to students who maintain perfect attendance records or overall 99% attendance records. Student Activities. At some campus locations. MMI’s Housing department can assist you in finding roommates. Students with failed courses are not eligible for this award. Collegiate Housing Services. HOUSING MMI can provide assistance to out-of-town students in need of housing near the campus. See the Administration or Student Services Department for more information. Academic and Personal Advisement. students will be required to sign a lease with a cosigner for a specified period of time. Motorcycle students who achieve at least a 96% overall combined course average and maintain a 90% attendance rate or better are recognized on the Director’s List for Theory and Courses 1-7/7B of the Motorcycle Technician and Harley-Davidson Technician Programs. Certain elective programs/courses do not issue Student of the Course awards. As a result of MMI’s established relationships with various apartment complexes. Student Records. The department also works with students on an individual and ongoing basis to resolve any housing problems that may arise throughout their rental term. STUDENT INSURANCE MMI provides secondary insurance coverage for injuries to students only while they are on campus attending classes. Hours may vary at each location. Please contact the campus Housing department for more information.STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES STUDENT SERVICES The Student Services department offers a wide range of services designed to assist the academic. social and personal needs of the students. Students receive additional campus specific information about their Student Services Department at New Student Orientation. Additionally.m. Upon being referred to an apartment. move-in can be scheduled during registration/orientation week in most cases. AWARDS Student of the Course awards are given at the end of each course as part of an incentive program to encourage initiative and excellence. Students with any attendance failures are not eligible for this award. depending on the elective program) are awarded to the motorcycle student with the highest overall program average as well as the best grade in attendance upon graduation. Marine students who receive a classwork and lab grade of 90 or higher in three consecutive courses without a break in attendance are recognized on the Director’s Honor List. Students with any attendance failures are not eligible for this award. and Grades & Attendance Management.m. OFFICE HOURS MMI offices are open from 8 a. Top Technician awards (also called Honor Student or Top Student. Services provided include Housing. please contact the Housing department. You may also choose to acquire housing accommodations on your own. Veterans’ Assistance. Monday through Friday except on company-observed holidays. MMI offers shared housing options whereby students may sign an individual lease with our housing partner. 34 MMI Course Catalog | 2013-2014 . For specific information.
visit the Employment Services Department at least twice a week to check on employment opportunities as you get close to graduation > Provide your advisor with your relocation preferences upon graduation so he or she can assist you in identifying job opportunities in these areas. No specific guarantee of financial aid eligibility is made or implied. FINANCIAL AID The Financial Aid Department provides expert advisement and application processing to students and parents related to various federal and non-federal financial aid programs. CAREER DEVELOPMENT Through the Career Development class. you and your Employment Advisor must work together as partners. > After graduation. To get the most from the services provided by the Employment Services Department. ONGOING CAREER ASSISTANCE MMI places great emphasis on assisting graduates in beginning meaningful careers. LOCAL EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE MMI students who desire assistance finding local employment should visit the local Employment Services Department at their campus. Although our specialists have been successful in assisting students to find jobs. While employment cannot be guaranteed. it’s important for you to do the following: > Maintain a valid driver’s license (A valid motorcycle endorsement may also be required. however. Financial aid packages generally consist of a combination of funding from more than one program or resource. no guarantee of local or career employment is made or implied. This class is designed to enhance the job-searching skills of each student. These on-campus interviews are a great opportunity for students to get interview experience and potential job offers before graduation. it may be necessary to relocate to areas where career opportunities are more abundant. > Contact interested employers to set up interviews. Students are familiarized with services available through MMI’s Employment Services Department.EMPLOYMENT SERVICES The Employment Services department is available to all students. A list of job openings in the local area is developed and maintained at each campus. please contact the Financial Aid Department at the campus where attendance is planned. Additional information can be reviewed in the financial aid section of the Catalog II: Student Information Guide. scholarships both internal and external as well as in-school cash payment plans is available. Here’s what you can do to build a successful partnership: > Talk to your advisor about exploring the advantages of continuing your education by taking manufacturerspecific electives. stay in touch with your Graduate Employment Advisor for job leads and assistance in your job search. Information and guidance on federal and state grants.MMItech. > Fill out your résumé paperwork and submit it to the Employment Services Department as soon as possible. students should work closely with their Employment Advisors. > If you don’t have definite career plans. Make follow up calls to all employers with which you’ve interviewed or sent résumés. including: > Providing information on the enhanced career opportunities made possible through manufacturer electives > Providing employment listings > Maintaining up-to-date job listings > Contacting students by phone. MMI staff members are available to meet with students one-on-one to provide leads and help them find jobs to cover living expenses while they attend school. services are available to graduates and alumni through access to the Alumni Job Board Online.edu . For more information. MMI helps students strengthen career skills stressed in technical training.) > Maintain a driving record with very few (if any) moving violations > Maintain a good school attendance record > Display a positive attitude > Remain drug-free > Maintain a professional appearance > Demonstrate strong fundamental technical skills INTERVIEW OPPORTUNITIES The MMI Employment Services staff works with employers and students to develop on-campus interview opportunities. It is also important to update your contact information so we can contact you. Services include leads and guidance for both local jobs while students are in school and career jobs upon graduation. Students are encouraged to visit the Employment Services department several times a week to pick up new leads until they are hired. 35 www. text and email after graduation to offer assistance > Providing professional résumé assistance for students > Providing training on interviewing techniques > Calling employers on a student’s behalf YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES To get the most from the services provided by MMI’s Employment Services Department. INDUSTRY EXPECTATIONS To qualify for the best opportunities the industry has to offer. federal and private student loans. Every effort is made to assist graduates in finding employment in their preferred geographical area.
tardies and early leaves will be recorded. regardless of the reason. and specifies an overall attendance rate expectation for the program (where applicable).0 or better. and an attendance rate of at least 90% (after rounding) and a POP of at least 66. academic evaluation is administered to relate a student’s progress in terms of employee proficiencies expected by business and industry. For details. ATTENDANCE POLICY It is essential in the pursuit of a successful technical education that absenteeism is kept to an absolute minimum. A candidate for graduation must also have a zero balance in his or her student account. cleanliness and ability to follow rules Communication .doing the right thing GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS To be eligible for graduation. safety. From the day you start at MMI.compliance with dress code Work Habits and Accountability . all absences. Student grades are based on four factors: attendance.67% in addition to completing the program in a time frame not to exceed 150% of the original length of the program.exhibiting a positive attitude when things go right AND when things go wrong Appearance . Student Code of Conduct MMI’s success depends on many factors.effectively solving problems and knowing when to ask for help Ethics . CALCULATING THE PROFESSIONALISM GRADE The following factors are evaluated under professionalism: MMI Course Catalog | 2013-2014 Attitude . MMI’s attendance policy dictates the maximum number of hours a student can miss in a given course. professionalism.demonstrating punctuality (not arriving late or leaving early).cooperating with others Problem Solving . including the quality of its instruction. the employment of its graduates and the image its students project. a student must have a CGPA of 2. For this reason. For details. you become part of a proud tradition and we expect 36 . courtesy.ACADEMIC POLICIES ACADEMIC STANDARDS & GRADING The purpose of technical education is to prepare graduates for employment in their chosen careers. please see the Catalog II: Student Information Guide.listening and interacting effectively with other students and staff Teamwork . Therefore. classwork and lab work. identifies at what point a student must be suspended from school for consecutive days absent. please see the Catalog II: Student Information Guide or course syllabus.
additional rules and regulations. non-slip shoes and keep them tied. Drugs/Alcohol Use or possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia while on or off MMI property or during Institute activities will not be tolerated. Students also are expected to: > Wear clothing that does not confine movement but is not so loose it could get caught in moving equipment. the student should then address it. This can be accomplished by filing the ACCSC Complaint Form. Disciplinary action may be taken under this Code of Conduct regardless of whether that conduct also involves an alleged or proven violation of law. All complaints reviewed by the Commission must be in written form and should grant permission for the Commission to forward a copy of the complaint to the school for a response.. DON’T DO IT. positive attitude and good attendance are as important to any employer as the technical knowledge you possess. > Utilize good judgment and common sense (essential when one’s personal safety is at stake). Safety glasses must be rated ANSI Z-87 or higher (per OSHA). Suite 302 Arlington. and specific instances of misconduct. derogatory comments. Unprofessional behavior includes. dishonesty. If a student has any doubt about whether a condition. in writing. Unprofessional Behavior Any type of behavior on or off campus that is contrary to the Institute’s mission to provide premier professional technician training will not be tolerated. not following instructions. MMI will also work cooperatively with police and drug/alcohol agencies to promote prevention strategies and. Approved safety glasses are sold at the campus. If the complaint cannot be adequately resolved there. As a condition of acceptance. appearance. Schools accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges must have a procedure and operational plan for handling student complaints. Education Manager or appropriate Department Manager. respond to students who are in possession of or under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs. For details. There is more to being a successful technician than learning the skills in class. > Not engage in horseplay while on campus. To clarify. Director of Student Services/Experience or the Campus President. using vulgar or offensive language. Dress Code Policy MMI maintains a professional dress code for all students for reasons of safety as well as meeting industry standards for professionalism. please see the Catalog II: Student Information Guide. Qualities such as dependability. ethnic or sexist remarks will not be tolerated between students or from students to staff. students agree to random and for-cause drug testing throughout their attendance as set forth in MMI’s Substance Abuse Prevention Policy included in the Catalog II: Student Information Guide. state and local regulations. spreading rumors and being disrespectful to others. including suspension or permanent termination from school. STUDENT COMPLAINT/GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE If a student feels he or she has an issue or grievance that needs to be addressed. the student should first take the issue to an instructor. but is not limited to.MMItech. The complainant(s) will be kept informed as to the status of the complaint as well as the final resolution by the Commission. Profanity. school officials will determine in their sole discretion if the Code of Conduct has been violated. staff and instructors are required to wear clear lens safety glasses or prescription glasses with side shields at all times during labor shop instruction. as part of that tradition. VA 22201 703-247-4212 www.RULES & REGULATIONS you. to the next level of campus Department Director.edu ACCSC 2101 Wilson Blvd. If a student does not feel the school has adequately addressed a complaint or concern. where necessary. We have highlighted a selection of our rules and regulations below.accsc.org 37 . please see the Catalog II: Student Information Guide. Such conduct is grounds for termination. Safety and Classrooms and Labs Students. MMI reserves the right to impose a variety of disciplinary actions. the student may consider contacting the Accrediting Commission. For details. The Institute strives to provide students with a secure and safe environment. Classrooms and laboratories comply with the requirements of the various federal. > Wear safe. and racial. Alcohol is prohibited on campus and at MMIsanctioned activities. Attitude Proper attitude must be shown at all times. The rules listed below will help you develop the qualities necessary to become a successful student and employee. a motion or a job is unsafe. Classroom & Facility Safety Rules Safety is everyone’s responsibility. antagonizing behavior. Please direct all inquiries to: www. on any student whose behavior — either on or off campus — is in violation of the Code of Conduct. cursing. to want to share in the benefits of that reputation for years to come.
AZ 85007 / 602-542-5709 / Web site: http:// azppse..AZ. Students must contact the Board for further details at 1400 W. As a result. please visit our website at www.accsc. or online at www. Phoenix. they may file them with the Arizona State Board for Private Postsecondary Education. contact: ACCSC 2101 Wilson Blvd. For more information.5 unit MMI Course Catalog | 2013-2014 REVISIONS TO POLICIES AND PROCEDURES At its discretion. fees and program length is available through the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC). requirements and procedures contained in this catalog and/or the Catalog II: Student Information Guide. 1400 W.state. students may contact the state licensing body. 1-888-224-6684. CURRICULUM CHANGES The school is continuously seeking to improve the quality of the educations it provides. Florida Department of Education.A copy of the ACCSC Complaint Form is available at the school and may be obtained by contacting the Student Services Director. If a student does not feel the school has adequately addressed a grievance or concern. Note: If discrepancies are found between the School Catalog and the Catalog II: Student Information Guide. the school reserves the right to revise all terms. AZ 85007* > Commission for Independent Education. * The Education Director can provide information on plans that the school has for improving the curricula. GRADUATION RATE AND OTHER REQUIRED DISCLOSURES For more about our graduation rates. policies. Each student will be bound and must comply with all terms.us. Director of Student Experience or designee. provisions. policies.. CLOCK-TO-CREDIT-HOUR CONVERSION One semester credit hour equals 45 units (and one quarter credit hour equals 30 units) comprised of the following academic activities: > One clock hour in a didactic learning environment = 2 units > One clock hour in a supervised laboratory setting of instruction = 1. Washington St. the school reserves the right to make changes to the curriculum. the median debt of students who completed the program and other important information.uti. FL 32399-0400.org For Arizona school students. COMPARABLE PROGRAM INFORMATION Information on comparable programs. VA 22201 703-247-4212 www. Room 260. 38 . provisions.org. The state licensing bodies for each MMI school are: > Arizona State Board for Private Postsecondary Education. Suite 1414.accsc.. Room 260. Suite 302 Arlington. Phoenix. requirements and procedures contained in this catalog and the Catalog II: Student Information Guide. These changes may occur at any time and may include such items as: > Varying course offerings and/or course sequence in any program of study > Revising the curriculum content of any program or course > Changing the number of credit hours in any program of study or any course in any program of study.5 units > One hour of externship = 1 unit > One hour of out-of-class work and/or preparation for the didactic learning environment or supervised laboratory setting of instruction designed to measure the student’s achieved competency relative to the required subject matter objectives = 0. 325 West Gaines St. Washington St. Tallahassee. License #1984.edu/disclosure. tuition. if their complaints cannot be resolved after exhausting the institution’s grievance procedure. which the school revises.. Additional state agencies are found in the Catalog II: Student Information Guide. the latest policy prevails.
Item no. 8 Veterans Day Observed Nov. 21 Martin Luther King. 25 Christmas Day Dec.A // 11/12 Dates are subject to change 39 . Day May 27 Memorial Day July 4 Independence Day Sept. 2 Labor Day Nov. 2013 HOLIDAYS (BOLD) Jan. 1 New Year’s Day Jan.29 Thanksgiving Dec. 23 .27 Winter Break S M T W T F S 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 14 15 21 22 28 29 16 17 18 23 24 30 6 S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 6 20 27 7 8 9 5 12 13 19 20 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 30 31 25 26 27 S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 17 18 12 13 19 20 26 27 14 15 16 21 22 28 29 S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 2013 IN-SERVICE DATES (BOLD) May 3 Phoenix May 6 Orlando 23 24 25 30 31 S M T W T F S 2 9 16 3 10 4 5 6 7 11 12 13 25 26 1 S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 15 22 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 23 24 25 26 27 28 31 8 14 15 www.MMItech. 28 . Please check with a Student Services Representative to conﬁrm your graduation and/or ceremony date. Jr.S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 13 14 20 21 27 28 15 16 29 30 5 S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 7 21 8 9 SCHOOL CALENDAR STARTS AZ Motorcycle FL Motorcycle FL Marine 6 10 11 12 17 18 19 25 26 31 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 22 23 24 GRADUATIONS* 1 2 3 S M T W T F S 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 17 18 24 25 12 13 19 20 26 27 2 S M T W T F S 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 AZ Motorcycle FL Motorcycle FL Marine 9 14 15 16 21 22 23 28 S M T W T F S 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 17 18 24 25 31 1 12 13 19 20 26 27 2 S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 14 15 16 21 22 23 28 29 30 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 All holidays will be observed by MMI staff and students. 991894 .edu 17 18 19 20 21 22 27 28 29 23 24 30 29 30 *The graduation date listed on this calendar may not be your ceremony date.
20 Martin Luther King. 991894 .A // 11/12 15 22 29 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 23 29 30 Dates are subject to change 40 . Day May 26 Memorial Day July 4 Independence Day Sept. 1 Labor Day Nov. 22 . 2014 HOLIDAYS (BOLD) Jan. 7 Veterans Day Observed Nov.S M T W T F S 1 5 6 7 8 12 13 19 20 26 27 2 9 3 4 10 11 14 15 16 17 18 21 22 23 24 25 28 29 30 31 S M T W T F S 1 6 13 20 27 7 8 2 3 4 5 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 30 31 SCHOOL CALENDAR STARTS AZ Motorcycle FL Motorcycle FL Marine GRADUATIONS* 1 2 S M T W T F S 1 2 9 3 10 4 5 6 7 8 11 12 13 14 15 18 19 20 21 22 25 26 27 28 S M T W T F S 3 10 17 24 31 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 18 19 25 26 13 14 15 16 20 21 22 23 27 28 29 30 AZ Motorcycle FL Motorcycle FL Marine 16 17 23 24 S M T W T F S 1 2 9 3 4 18 25 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 19 20 21 22 26 27 28 29 S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 14 21 28 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 23 24 25 26 27 29 30 All holidays will be observed by MMI staff and students. 27 . Jr. 25 Christmas Day Dec. Item no.26 Winter Break 16 17 23 24 30 31 S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 13 20 27 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 30 S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 12 19 26 6 13 20 27 7 8 9 10 11 14 15 16 17 18 21 22 23 24 25 28 29 30 31 S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 13 20 27 7 8 9 10 11 12 18 19 25 26 14 15 16 17 21 22 23 24 28 29 30 31 S M T W T F S 1 2 9 16 23 30 3 10 24 4 5 6 7 8 11 12 13 14 15 19 20 21 22 25 26 27 28 29 2014 IN-SERVICE DATES (BOLD) May 16 Phoenix May 19 Orlando 17 18 MMI Course Catalog | 2013-2014 1 8 S M T W T F S 2 9 3 4 5 6 7 10 11 12 13 14 18 19 20 21 25 26 27 28 16 17 23 24 30 S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 14 21 28 8 9 10 11 12 13 24 25 26 27 31 *The graduation date listed on this calendar may not be your ceremony date.28 Thanksgiving Dec. Please check with a Student Services Representative to conﬁrm your graduation and/or ceremony date. 1 New Year's Day Jan.
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