|Learn more about small engine repair with Stratford's home study course.|
Stratford's small engine repair course carefully details the many systems, tools, and parts involved in successful repair and also covers performance measurement and preventative maintenance. In addition, students will also learn more about career opportunities in this line of work.
This course is ideal for anyone looking to start their own business, or for anyone looking to save money by knowing how to make their own repairs on equipment such as lawn mowers, chain saws, snow blowers and more.
View the complete small engine repair course outline.
Study at home in your spare time!
When you study with Stratford, all of your course materials arrive at your door. You study at a time and place that is most comfortable to you. That way, your studies don't have to interfere with your current job or busy schedule. You complete your exams online, over the phone, or through the mail, whatever is easiest for you. Stratford's qualified instructors are available by toll-free phone or e-mail if you need assistance.
Upon graduation, you will receive the following tools and equipment at no additional cost:
Crankcase vacuum tester
Socket set combo (40 piece)
Small engine charging system tester
Combination wrench set
Stratford always offers one, low tuition fee and the option to make low, monthly payments. Learning more about small engine repair has never been more affordable.
As a student in Stratfords small engine repair course, your low tuition fee covers everything you will need to successfully graduate and earn your career diploma:
All textbooks, study guides, and learning aids
A full range of student services, including online exams
A personalized career diploma upon graduation
Unlimited access to qualified instructors by e-mail or toll-free phone
Free shipping and handling
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|"I am currently enrolled in your Small Engine Repair course so that I may learn how to maintain my equipment without having the delays of taking my machinery to a repair facility. Thank you for your help with my career and I look forward to continuing taking courses through your organization. — Robert S.|