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Powersports Technology

Coming fall 2025...

The Powersports Technology program prepares students for entry-level employment as a technician working on utility, all-terrain, side-by-sides, and other powersport vehicles.  This program introduces students to the systems, maintenance, and diagnostics of small engine vehicles.  Classroom instruction is complemented by live work on customer vehicles.   Upon nearing the end of the program, students may opt for either the capstone project or internship experience to demonstrate their mastery of program objectives.

Associate of Applied Science
(or Technical Certificate)

$30,000– $35,000 per year

Below is a list of items Northwest Tech’s Admissions Team will need prior to your acceptance into the Collision Repair program.

  • A Northwest Tech Application Completed and Submitted

  • High School or GED Transcript Submitted

  • (If Applicable) College Transcript Submitted

  • ACT or AccuPlacer Scores Submitted (AccuPlacer Testing can be scheduled on-site at the Northwest Tech campus)

Required items can be submitted in person at the Northwest Tech campus, via postal mail addressed to: Northwest Tech Admissions, 1209 Harrison, Goodland, KS, or through email communications with

New program since 2023.


  • Perform maintenance and repair on a variety of vehicles (ATV, UTV, side-by-sides, etc.)
  • Safely operate shop equipment, hand and power tools
  • Demonstrate capability to diagnose issues with powersport vehicle systems.