Covers the fundamental skills needed for entry-level employment or entry into a pre-apprenticeship skilled trade program in energy technology, electrical systems or construction technology. Built on stackable credentials, this certificate enables students to choose from a number of different career paths in these areas.
- Solve work related problems using math skills.
- Communicate ideas and information effectively (both written and orally).
- Identify electrical circuits, components, and symbols.
- Demonstrate application of mechanical power transfer though hydraulic, pneumatic, and mechanical systems.
- Identify multiple job-related environmental, safety, and ergonomic applied principles.
- Utilize digital literacy.
- Assistant substation operator
- Electrical maintenance journeyman
- Pert and cable tester
- UG cable splicer
- Electrical field service representative
- Field service technician (I&2) apprentice
- Lifting over 50 lbs (back/knee/shoulder trauma associated with heights).
- Falling from heights (over 10 feet).
- Exposure to electric shock, live circuits, explosive gasses.
Students must successfully complete the Center for Workforce Development's Energy Industry Fundamentals Exam as administered by a licensed institution.
|Course name||Credit Hours|
|BLDE-100: Energy Industry Fundamentals||4.00|
|MTT-102: Hand and Power Tools||1.00|
|ENT-124: Construction Blueprint Reading||2.00|
|ENT-269: Energy Technology Project Management||2.00|
|TAFD-120: Industrial Safety Awareness||2.00|
|TAMA-110: Industrial Applications of Basic Mathematical Principles||2.00|