With no responses answering your direct question, let me suggest that you consider a different route
to your goal. Collect the relevant books
, starting perhaps with Nigel Calder and the service
manual for the Perkins
. Then buy a clapped out or otherwise dead engine
, and rebuild
it. Stay in touch with a diesel mechanic
who can act as a consultant when you hit a brick wall. Work
at your own pace. Don't quit your day job. Buy the tools you need as you need them.
The total price
may be less than school
, and your learning
will be more focused on what you don't know about the engine you want to know.
There may just not be the school
you hope for in your location. If so, there are other ways to skin the cat.