Energy and Utilities
The energy and utilities classes focus on providing a foundation in energy and utilities. Students will explore concepts and build skills that will help them address energy and utility challenges of the 21st century. The curriculum is designed to prepare students for continued study and work in college or in the workplace.
Water Distribution & Treatment I
Today, the need for certified and trained water technology professionals is at an all-time high. Industry experts project an overwhelming number of retirees over the next 10 years, which will in turn create a shortage of employees to treat and distribute our public water supply.
The Water Technology Program is designed to prepare students who wish to seek entry level employment in the public water supply industry or qualify for a more responsible position within the field.
Students who successfully complete the Water Distribution & Treatment class will have the opportunity to take the State Water Operator Exam.
Tuesday & Thursday 6:00 - 8:30 P.M.
Green Utilities I
The use of energy in our society is changing daily and the use of solar cells, along with natural gas, water and algae related oil alternatives will lead to future jobs in the fields of renewable energy and green utilities. The Green Utilities and Environmental Sciences course looks at the Earth, atmosphere and biosphere and explores the effect of cultural and economic influences on the environment. Students will examine renewable and non-renewable resources, air, water and soil quality, their effect on global changes and related consequences.
Tuesday & Thursday 3:30 - 6:00 P.M.