Wind Technology

Wind Technology


Wind Energy Rack Card

Does a Wind Tech Career work for you?

  • Heights

  • Thrill Seeking

  • Problem Solving

  • Travel

  • Emerging Career Field

  • Pay beginning at$ 76 -$30 an hour*

  • Option to travel

  • High probability for advancement

  • Hands-on work in a thrilling environment

  • Rapidly expanding industry with projected growth

Job Outlook: Strong. By 2023, the United States plans to double wind energy.

Why DACC?

  • One of only a few professional training programs in the US for this emerging industry
  • Strong partnerships with employers
  • Professor with years of experience in the wind energy field
  • Hands-on, industry-specific training equipment at DACC
  • Students may earn multiple industry certifications (Climb and Rescue, Hydraulics Tool,OSHA 10, Forklift, First Aid/CPR/AED, NFPA 70 E Arc Flash
    Welding)
  • Affordable with many financial aid options

Here's the Story:  

This program prepares individuals to work in the emerging wind power energy industry. Students
completing the program will have practical skills in the electrical power generation industry,
safety at the worksite, mechanical devices, as well as hydraulic and electrical systems.

Wind Technology graduates have the skills necessary to be immediately employed and succeed in
entry-level technical positions. With additional training and experience, graduates may advance to
supervisory or advanced technical positions.

This is an occupational program typically not designed to transfer; however, this program has been articulated to some senior institutions.

*Starting hourly rates may vary.

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