Students who complete the program will...
- have a working knowledge of residential and industrial wind turbines.
- be able to read electrical schematics.
- have a working knowledge of AC and DC electrical systems failures.
- have an understanding of power distribution systems.
- be able to work safely utilizing OSHA and wind turbine standard operating procedures.
Your Future in Wind Turbine Technology
As the world looks for alternate energy sources, graduates of our program will be well-prepared to work in what will prove to be one of the most exciting careers in the 21st Century.
• Industrial Wind Farm Wind Technician
• Residential Wind Technician and Sales
• Wind Turbine Specialist
Beginning in the fall of 2011, the wind turbine technology courses (three credits each) will be as follows:
First semester: WTT 1010 – Wind Turbines I
Second Semester: WTT 1020 – Wind Turbines II and WTT1100 – DC Electrical
Third Semester: WTT 2100 – Hydraulics, WTT 2200 – Electrical Motors and Generators, and WTT 2300 – AC Electrical
Fourth Semester: WTT 2400 – Mechanical Systems, WTT 2500 – Wind Turbine Siting and Cost Control, and WTT 2800 – Wind Turbine Field Experience
Instructor: Lawrence Reeger, Wind Turbine Technician
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