San Juan Building, Rm. 222
Energy maintenance jobs are growing 24% much faster than the national average according to the US Bureau of Labor and Statistics (source).
Program Start Term: Dept. Chair approval required (under review).
Average Class Size: 12
Program Length: 4 Semesters
Part-Time or Full-Time: Full-Time
Course Availability: Day Classes (Some Evenings)
Program Locations: Pueblo
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This program gives you the opportunity to specialize in Energy Mechanical Systems, Energy Electrical Systems, or Energy Solar Systems. The core courses for this program include print reading, basic electronics, and an introduction to energy plant operations. You will be expected to specialize in one of three career areas: Mechanical, Electrical, or Solar.
According to the National Occupation Handbook, the average salary for those in the Energy Technology field is $37,000 per year or $18.22 per hour.
What Will I Learn
The Energy Maintenance Technology program prepares you for a career in electrical, mechanical, and alternative energy maintenance and installation. You will learn to work in and around power plants, perform energy audits, and install and maintain solar panel systems. You will acquire the basic knowledge to manage the energy resources of industrial and commercial operations.
Our Experienced Faculty
Because of the constant change in technology, our faculty members are up to date on the latest energy improvements and are selected directly from the industry.
Our Cutting Edge Facilities
Application and hands on experience are emphasized in our Energy Maintenance programs. We train on the latest and relevant technology.
Our students graduate and often start their own business in energy maintenance.