Construction & Forestry Technician Training

Designed to Build Careers

John Deere Construction & Forestry partners with schools across the country to offer a two-year associate’s degree program designed to give you the inside track toward a successful career with John Deere dealerships.

Testimonials

See what our instructors, students, graduates and dealers have to say about the program and how it’s impacted their lives.

Gain Experience

Get to work. Get experience. Get paid. You’ll work at a sponsoring John Deere dealership as part of the curriculum. And get paid for it. The dealership is where classroom lessons are put into practice. You’ll learn from the best certified John Deere technicians in the business while working on real jobs with real customers.

Program Courses

  • Diesel engines
  • Powertrains
  • Brakes
  • Electrical and hydraulic systems
  • Computer diagnostics
  • Proprietary John Deere Systems
  • Training on John Deere product lines
  • Shop procedures and safety
  • General education instruction

Scholarships & Financial Assistance

The cost of the program varies by school, as do the scholarships and the financial assistance options available. Financial aid counselors at program institutions, and sponsoring dealerships, will be able to provide additional information on what financing options are available for each location’s program.

Participating Schools

World Wide

College NameShip AddressCityStateZip

Southeast Community College

600 S State St.

Milford

NE

68405

Linn Benton Community College

2000 West Oak St.

Lebanon

OR

97355

SUNY Cobleskill

176 Schoharie Parkway North

Cobleskill

NY

12043

Wake Technical Community College

9101 Fayetteville Rd

Raleigh

NC

27603

Dakota County Technical College

1300 145th St. E

Rosemount

MN

55068

Texas State Technical College

3801 Campus Dr

Waco

TX

76705

North Dakota State College of Science

800 6th St. N

Wahpeton

ND

58076

What’s great about this program is that it’s part classroom, part shop time, and we’re graded on skills we know we’ll use in the future.

Nick Fisichella
Southeast Community College; Milford, NE