Ring Power Corporation


Training Programs to Jump Start your Career

Apprentice Program

The Ring Power Apprentice Program is a two-year "Learn While You Earn" program designed to attract and train those interested in jump starting their career as a technician while earning a wage.

Apprentices are given an "Apprentice Toolbox" as well as tool credits throughout the program, which are redeemed upon completion of the program. Apprentices successfully completing this program have acquired basic safety and technical skills, through both on-the-job training with mentors and by attending instructor led classes. Upon successful completion of this program apprentices are re-classified as an entry-level technician II in their assigned field.

Think Big Program

The "Think Big" program is a Heavy Equipment Dealer Service Technology (HEDST) program at South Georgia Technical College. You will learn how to service Caterpillar equipment using cutting-edge diagnostic and maintenance systems, advanced technologies, and high-tech tools. Graduates of this program receive an associate's degree in applied technology.

This paid internship allows students to apply what they have learned during their classroom/lab sessions, in a "real world" setting. In addition, students will become familiar with the dealership environment, its organizational structure, and the competencies that are expected of a professional service technician. The 100% Caterpillar designed curriculum is a two-year program that combines classroom work with experiential learning -- learning by doing. No more sitting in class wondering if you're going to use what's being taught. Through hands-on work experience and training in state-of-the-art labs, you'll get to use what you've learned and you'll know why it's important.

  • Student sponsored by Caterpillar Dealer
  • Paid internships with Caterpillar Dealer
  • One of ten programs in the United States
  • Low student to teacher ratio

For more information or to apply, go to South Georgia Technical College or Caterpillar Think Big

On-Going Training

Ring Power maintains a competitive edge through continuing education. A combination of hands-on and classroom training keeps service technicians on top of the latest technological advancements, and helps all employees develop their current strengths and professional skills to their fullest potential.

The company has on-site training with full-time instructors that utilize engine, electrical, hydraulic, and computer labs to teach and maintain the highest-quality workforce.

Safety and Customers First training is also part of the on-going training curriculum.


Follow Us