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 maths 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.
This program is designed to be completed in 32 weeks.
This program will cost $4,271 if completed within normal time. There may be additional costs for living expenses. These costs were accurate at the time of posting, but may have changed.
Of the students who completed this program within normal time, the typical debt upon graduation is not available.
The State of Michigan does not have licensure requirements for this profession.
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