Energy and Industrial Technology

This award is not eligible for Financial Aid

The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Energy and Industrial Technology explores the fields of electricity, electronics, instrumentation and controls, mechanical systems, industrial skills, and power skills. This program is run in close partnership with APS, Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Facility and Estrella Mountain Community College.

Upon completion of the two-year program, students may test to receive OSHA10, American Heart Association CPR/AED and First aid, ACT National Career Readiness Certificate, Energy Industry Fundamentals Certificate, NCCER certifications.


Major Code: 
Certificate of Completion (CCL)
Total credits required: 
Award notes

This program is closed to West-MEC High School Dual Enrollment students only. Not available to the public.

Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all courses within the program.

Required courses
Course #Course TitleCredits
PPT120Energy Industry Fundamentals3
MIT120Industrial Technology Fundamentals3
MIT121Industrial Technology I-A3
MIT122Industrial Technology I-B3
MIT123Industrial Mechanical Technology II-A3
MIT124Industrial Mechanical Technology II-B3
MIT133Industrial Electrical and Instrumentation Technology II-A3
MIT134Industrial Electrical and Instrumentation Technology II-B3
  • Explain various types of energy plant sectors, to include power generation, transmission, and distribution. (PPT120)
  • Utilize introductory concepts in industrial math, hand and power tools, technical drawings, rigging, and materials handling. (MIT120)
  • Practice theory and principles of industrial maintenance technology through the utilization of common trade tools, fasteners and anchors, oxyfuel cutting, gaskets and packing, technical mathematics, and technical drawings. (MIT120, MIT121)
  • Practice theory and principles of industrial maintenance technology through the use of pumps and valves, test instruments, support equipment, and lubrication. (MIT120, MIT122)
  • Identify and use maintenance valves, hydrostatic and pneumatic testing systems, bearings, and low-pressure steam systems. (MIT123)
  • Explain high pressure steam systems and auxiliaries, distillation towers and vessels, heaters, furnaces, heat exchangers, cooling towers and fin fans. (MIT124)
  • Explain National Electrical Code and concepts for electrical and instrumentation theory to include flow, pressure, level, temperature, and technician safety. (MIT133)
  • Apply industrial principles in the areas of test tubing and piping systems, instrument drawings and documents, conductors and cables, and conductor terminations and splices. (MIT134)

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