MOTORCYCLE MECHANICS INSTITUTE
A Division of Universal Technical Institute
KAWASAKI K-TECH PROGRAM OVERVIEW
Kawasaki Motors Corp. has endorsed and supported the Kawasaki K-Tech specialized training program since 1989. This elective covers all Kawasaki vehicles, including motorcycle, ATVs, utility vehicles, personal watercraft and recreational utility vehicles (gas and diesel).
Graduates receive a Kawasaki-endorsed entry-level technician certificate.
SEE WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
KAWASAKI K-TECH COURSE OBJECTIVES
K-TECH: Module 1
Familiarize yourself with Kawasaki’s electrical and fuel-injection systems, as you work on troubleshooting charging, ignition, starting and fuel injection systems.
K-TECH: Module 2
Learn how to work on motorcycle chassis, suspension and brakes; motorcycle engines and transmissions; and periodic maintenance.
K-TECH: Module 3
Work on V-twins, ATVs and Teryx models. Learn about Mule utility vehicles and diesel Mule engine service.
K-TECH: Module 4
Finish off your K-TECH specialist training learning basic watercraft design and theory, while working on the Jet Ski and Ultra 250/260 Jet Ski electrical systems.
“Going to MMI gave me the confidence and the skills I needed to be successful.”6
– Sean Goins | MMI Orlando Graduate and Technical Support Engineer, 312 Performance Machine Inc.
THE KAWASAKI K-TECH ADVANTAGE
Motorcycle Mechanics Institute's Kawasaki K-Tech specialized training program can help prepare graduates for a career with one of the leading brands in the industry.1
12-WEEK OEM TRAINING
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FIND YOUR CAMPUS
Kawasaki mechanic training is available at our two Motorcycle Mechanics Institute tech school campuses in Phoenix, Arizona, and Orlando, Florida.