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Bookkeeper

Accounting

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Students enrolled in this program may be eligible for related Skill Set Certifications. Students should contact their academic program advisor or refer to the Skill Set section in the catalog for additional information. Upon successful completion of the Accounting certificate, the graduate will be able to:

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Accounting

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The Associate of Applied Science in Accounting program provides the student with strong accounting, business, and technical skills, and prepares her or him to enter the workforce at the accounting technician level. The broad-based technical education curriculum includes instruction and practical application of a variety of accounting concepts and practices and prepares graduates for employment or promotion in accounting firms, private industry, or government. Students enrolled in this program may be eligible for related Skill Set Certifications. Students should contact their academic program advisor or refer to the Skill Set section in the catalog for additional information.

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Office Manager

Business Management

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The Certificate in Applied Science (C.A.S.) in Business Management provides students with a basic knowledge of business organization and procedures

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Business Management

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The Associate in Applied Science degree in Business Management provides students with a basic knowledge of business organization and procedures. The program is designed for persons who are seeking full-time employment in an entry-level management position. This program applies business and management concepts and provides hands-on technological applications for accounting, economics, business law, management, and marketing.

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Information Technology Industry

Database Administrator

Administrative Support Technology

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Graduates of the program will be better prepared as employees to perform the duties of administrative assistants and/or secretaries to meet the business needs of their employers. Students with little or no experience in office information technology will have the opportunity to develop skills and knowledge that will make them valuable to many employers. Students currently employed in office-related occupations will have the opportunity to increase professional skills.

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Computer Applications Specialist Certificate Program

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Provides students with proficiency in computer applications and practices that commonly used in today’s business environment. The program emphasizes hands-on experience, and successful graduates will acquire proficiency with business applications of computers. 

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Computer Applications Specialist Certificate Program

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Provides students with proficiency in computer applications and practices that commonly used in today’s business environment. The program emphasizes hands-on experience, and successful graduates will acquire proficiency with business applications of computers. 

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Information Technology, A. A. S.

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The Information Technology (IT) program provides a technical education at an Associate of Applied Science degree level.  Its broad based curriculum offers instruction in, and practical application of, a variety of technical concepts and practices.  The courses in the program include: Management Information Systems; PC Repair and Troubleshooting; Operating Systems; Networking; Programming Language; Designing a Web page; Internship or Capstone; and Business Applications of Computers.

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Information Technology, A. A. S.

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The Information Technology (IT) program provides a technical education at an Associate of Applied Science degree level.  Its broad based curriculum offers instruction in, and practical application of, a variety of technical concepts and practices.  The courses in the program include: Management Information Systems; PC Repair and Troubleshooting; Operating Systems; Networking; Programming Language; Designing a Web page; Internship or Capstone; and Business Applications of Computers.

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Systems Analyst

Computer Applications Specialist Certificate Program

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Provides students with proficiency in computer applications and practices that commonly used in today’s business environment. The program emphasizes hands-on experience, and successful graduates will acquire proficiency with business applications of computers. 

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Information Technology, A. A. S.

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The Information Technology (IT) program provides a technical education at an Associate of Applied Science degree level.  Its broad based curriculum offers instruction in, and practical application of, a variety of technical concepts and practices.  The courses in the program include: Management Information Systems; PC Repair and Troubleshooting; Operating Systems; Networking; Programming Language; Designing a Web page; Internship or Capstone; and Business Applications of Computers.

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Information Technology, A. A. S.

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The Information Technology (IT) program provides a technical education at an Associate of Applied Science degree level.  Its broad based curriculum offers instruction in, and practical application of, a variety of technical concepts and practices.  The courses in the program include: Management Information Systems; PC Repair and Troubleshooting; Operating Systems; Networking; Programming Language; Designing a Web page; Internship or Capstone; and Business Applications of Computers.

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Data Security Management

Computer Applications Specialist Certificate Program

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Provides students with proficiency in computer applications and practices that commonly used in today’s business environment. The program emphasizes hands-on experience, and successful graduates will acquire proficiency with business applications of computers. 

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Computer Applications Specialist Certificate Program

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Provides students with proficiency in computer applications and practices that commonly used in today’s business environment. The program emphasizes hands-on experience, and successful graduates will acquire proficiency with business applications of computers. 

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Information Technology, A. A. S.

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The Information Technology (IT) program provides a technical education at an Associate of Applied Science degree level.  Its broad based curriculum offers instruction in, and practical application of, a variety of technical concepts and practices.  The courses in the program include: Management Information Systems; PC Repair and Troubleshooting; Operating Systems; Networking; Programming Language; Designing a Web page; Internship or Capstone; and Business Applications of Computers.

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Information Technology, A. A. S.

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The Information Technology (IT) program provides a technical education at an Associate of Applied Science degree level.  Its broad based curriculum offers instruction in, and practical application of, a variety of technical concepts and practices.  The courses in the program include: Management Information Systems; PC Repair and Troubleshooting; Operating Systems; Networking; Programming Language; Designing a Web page; Internship or Capstone; and Business Applications of Computers.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Computer Applications Specialist Certificate Program

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Provides students with proficiency in computer applications and practices that commonly used in today’s business environment. The program emphasizes hands-on experience, and successful graduates will acquire proficiency with business applications of computers. 

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Computer Applications Specialist Certificate Program

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Provides students with proficiency in computer applications and practices that commonly used in today’s business environment. The program emphasizes hands-on experience, and successful graduates will acquire proficiency with business applications of computers. 

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Information Technology, A. A. S.

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The Information Technology (IT) program provides a technical education at an Associate of Applied Science degree level.  Its broad based curriculum offers instruction in, and practical application of, a variety of technical concepts and practices.  The courses in the program include: Management Information Systems; PC Repair and Troubleshooting; Operating Systems; Networking; Programming Language; Designing a Web page; Internship or Capstone; and Business Applications of Computers.

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Information Technology, A. A. S.

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The Information Technology (IT) program provides a technical education at an Associate of Applied Science degree level.  Its broad based curriculum offers instruction in, and practical application of, a variety of technical concepts and practices.  The courses in the program include: Management Information Systems; PC Repair and Troubleshooting; Operating Systems; Networking; Programming Language; Designing a Web page; Internship or Capstone; and Business Applications of Computers.

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IT Support Specialist

Information Technology, A. A. S.

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The Information Technology (IT) program provides a technical education at an Associate of Applied Science degree level.  Its broad based curriculum offers instruction in, and practical application of, a variety of technical concepts and practices.  The courses in the program include: Management Information Systems; PC Repair and Troubleshooting; Operating Systems; Networking; Programming Language; Designing a Web page; Internship or Capstone; and Business Applications of Computers.

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Information Technology, A. A. S.

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The Information Technology (IT) program provides a technical education at an Associate of Applied Science degree level.  Its broad based curriculum offers instruction in, and practical application of, a variety of technical concepts and practices.  The courses in the program include: Management Information Systems; PC Repair and Troubleshooting; Operating Systems; Networking; Programming Language; Designing a Web page; Internship or Capstone; and Business Applications of Computers.

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Software Developer

Information Technology, A. A. S.

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The Information Technology (IT) program provides a technical education at an Associate of Applied Science degree level.  Its broad based curriculum offers instruction in, and practical application of, a variety of technical concepts and practices.  The courses in the program include: Management Information Systems; PC Repair and Troubleshooting; Operating Systems; Networking; Programming Language; Designing a Web page; Internship or Capstone; and Business Applications of Computers.

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Transportation Industry

Auto Mechanic

Automotive Technology, A.A.S.

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The Automotive Technology (ATT) program provides a technical education at the Associate in Applied Science level (60 credit hours). Through instruction and practical application, students gain the knowledge and skills required of the modern automotive technician.

Successful completion of the Automotive Technology program will allow graduates to enter the workforce at the technician level, prepared to apply the knowledge and skills developed in lectures and laboratories to diagnose, troubleshoot and repair today's complex vehicles.

SKILL SETS:
Automatic Transmissions & Transaxles
Automotive Electricity/Electronics
Automotive Heating & Air Conditioning
Braking Systems
Engine Performance
Engine Repair
Manual Drive Train & Transaxle
Suspension & Steering

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Certificate in Applied Science (C.A.S.) in Automotive Technology

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The Automotive Technology (ATT) Certificate in Applied Science provides a technical education at the certificate level. Through instruction and practical application, students gain the knowledge and skills required of the modern automotive technician. Successful completion of the Automotive Technology program will allow graduates to enter the workforce at the technician level.

Students learn to comply with personal and environmental safety practices associated with: clothing; eye protection; hand tools; power equipment; proper ventilation; and the handling, storage and disposal of chemicals/materials in accordance with local, state, and federal safety and environmental regulations.

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Truck Driver

Class A CDL License Training

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Eastern's truck driving program offers career training in the road transportation industry. The program provides up to 160 hours of instruction, including at least two weeks of on-the-road training in a big rig, and prepares trainees to pass West Virginia's CDL Learner's Permit and the state's CDL Licensing exams. Program graduates qualify for entry-level employment immediately upon obtaining their Class A CDL.

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Public Service Industry

Teacher Assistant

Early Childhood Development, A. A. S.

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All three are designed to graduate childcare professionals with a strong theoretical and practical foundation in early childhood development. That foundation emphasizes the intellectual, physical, and emotional principles essential for working with children ages birth to five.

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Early Childhood Development, A. A. S.

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All three are designed to graduate childcare professionals with a strong theoretical and practical foundation in early childhood development. That foundation emphasizes the intellectual, physical, and emotional principles essential for working with children ages birth to five.

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Preschool Teacher

Early Childhood Development, A. A. S.

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All three are designed to graduate childcare professionals with a strong theoretical and practical foundation in early childhood development. That foundation emphasizes the intellectual, physical, and emotional principles essential for working with children ages birth to five.

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Social Services Assistant

Technical Studies: Residential Care Specialist, Special Needs Children, A. A. S.

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Eastern, in partnership with the West Virginia Schools, for the Deaf and the Blind (WVSDB) developed a comprehensive training program for individuals employed as Residential Care Providers (RCP). The program model blends traditional academic learner outcomes with employer job skill requirements to provide a pathway for residential care providers to obtain a Residential Care Provider Specialist Certificate, and ultimately a two-year Associate of Applied Science degree in Technical Studies: Residential Care Specialist, Special Needs Children. Students will build upon the technical and professional level of knowledge and skills taught in the Technical Core by learning foundational humanities, social science, and mathematics concepts that will contribute to the overall professional success and personal achievement of each individual participant.

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Technical Studies: Residential Care Specialist, Special Needs Children, C. A. S.

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Students will be able to demonstrate enhanced knowledge and job performance in the following content areas related to the residential care special needs children.

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Healthcare Industry

Cardiovascular Technician

EKG Technician

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This comprehensive 45-hour EKG Technician Certification Program prepares students to function as EKG Technicians and to take the National HealthCareer Association exam (NHA). This course will include important practice and background information on anatomy and physiology of the heart, medical disease processes, medical terminology, medical ethics, legal aspects of patient contact, electrocardiography, and stress testing.

Additionally, students will practice with EKG equipment and perform hands-on labs including introduction to the function and proper use of the EKG machine, the normal anatomy of the chest wall for proper lead placement, 12-lead placement, and other clinical practices.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Nursing Program, A. A. S.

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The curriculum requirements will include the biological, physical, and behavioral sciences consisting of medical-surgical nursing and mental health concepts and psychiatric nursing. The curriculum is designed to guide qualified students through structured learning experiences in health care settings to meet eligibility requirements for the National Council Licensing Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN). Courses that include a laboratory experience have a 1 credit hour to 3 contact hour ratio. For example, one laboratory credit hour is equivalent to three contact hours. Pharmacology is a content thread throughout all courses of study.

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Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Online Medical Billing and Coding

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This billing and coding program delivers the skills students need to solve insurance billing and coding problems.  It details the proper assignment of codes and the process to file claims for reimbursement.  Course topics include HIPAA and Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), the Health Insurance Claim Form (CMS 1500), basics of diagnostic and procedural coding, tracing delinquent claims and insurance issues, CPT modifiers, and more. Subject areas include Medical Terminology and Medical Billing & Coding

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Certified Nursing Assistant

Technical Studies: Certified Nursing Assistant, C. A. S.

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This program is designed to provide students with practical hands-on training and education in laboratory procedures, ethics, patient care, and the health sciences, which makes them capable of filling a diverse range of duties in the healthcare industry. Specifically preparing them to take the CNA Exam.

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Dental Assistant

Technical Studies: Dental Assisting C.A.S

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The Dental Assisting Program prepares students for entry level positions in one of the fastest growing healthcare professions – Dental Assisting. With the national increase in healthcare-related services, and the national shortage of healthcare professionals, the need for dental assistants is growing substantially. With a growing workforce over 300,000 strong, a career in dental assisting ranks as the fourth fastest growing occupation in the healthcare technician field. To meet our nation’s growing medical demands, recent studies indicate that over 400,000 assistants will be employed by 2018.

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Medical Assistant

Technical Studies: Medical Assistant, C. A. S.

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This program is designed to provide students with practical hands-on training and education in laboratory procedures, ethics, patient care, and the health sciences, which makes them capable of filling a diverse range of duties in the healthcare industry.

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Pharmacy Technician

Technical Studies: Pharmacy Technician, C. A. S.

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This program is designed to provide students with practical hands-on training and education in laboratory procedures, ethics, patient care, and the health sciences which makes them capable of filling a diverse range of duties in the healthcare industry, specifically preparing them to take the Pharmacy Technician National Certification Exam.

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Phlebotomist

Technical Studies: Phlebotomy Technician, C.A.S.

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This program is designed to provide students with practical hands-on training and education in laboratory procedures, ethics, patient care, and the health sciences which makes them capable of filling a diverse range of duties in the healthcare industry, specifically preparing them to take the Phlebotomy National Certification Exam.

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Construction Industry

Electrician

Electromechanical Technology, A. A. S.

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The Electromechanical Technology (ELM) program provides a technical education at the certificate level. The broad-based curriculum provides instruction and practical application of a variety of technical concepts and practices. The courses include electricity, pneumatics, hydraulics, industrial controls and computer fundamentals.

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Welder

Technical Studies: Welding Technology, C. A. S.

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This program is designed to provide students with practical hands-on training and education for an entry level welding career, and to provide a basis for advanced welding training.

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Manufacturing Industry

Electrician

Electromechanical Technology, A. A. S.

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The Electromechanical Technology (ELM) program provides a technical education at the certificate level. The broad-based curriculum provides instruction and practical application of a variety of technical concepts and practices. The courses include electricity, pneumatics, hydraulics, industrial controls and computer fundamentals.

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Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Electromechanical Technology, A. A. S.

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The Electromechanical Technology (ELM) program provides a technical education at the certificate level. The broad-based curriculum provides instruction and practical application of a variety of technical concepts and practices. The courses include electricity, pneumatics, hydraulics, industrial controls and computer fundamentals.

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Energy Industry

Power Plant Operator

Wind Energy Technology: The College Certificate of Proficiency Program

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The Department of Energy has stated that we can get 20 percent of our power from wind energy alone by 2030. West Virginia is a leader in the industry. And over the next five years alone, industry representatives estimate that some 300 new technician jobs will come available in Eastern’s four-state region.

Eastern has designed this program to comply with American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) certification standards; and has drawn on the work of other, vanguard Wind Energy Technology programs with track records of success from the western part of the nation — a region that, until now, has taken a lead in Wind Tech training. Students in Eastern’s program will not only learn the skills necessary to service and troubleshoot modern wind power generation equipment anywhere in the world: they will also acquire the background and knowledge to advance their careers in the power generation field.

The Wind Energy Turbine Technology (WETT) program provides a technical education at the certificate level. This broad-based curriculum provides instruction and practical application of a variety of technical concepts and practices, including industry-recognized maintenance practices in electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, and mechanical systems.

The Wind Energy Turbine Technology Certificate Program will meet the needs of regional employers in the wind energy industry, and provide graduates with job-ready skills for a productive career in the green industries. Successful completion of the WETT program prepares graduates to enter the workforce at the technician level, ready to perform maintenance on wind energy turbines, as well as on machinery and systems in any industry utilizing machinery and electrical control systems.

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Wind Energy Technology: The College Certificate of Proficiency Program

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The Department of Energy has stated that we can get 20 percent of our power from wind energy alone by 2030. West Virginia is a leader in the industry. And over the next five years alone, industry representatives estimate that some 300 new technician jobs will come available in Eastern’s four-state region.

Eastern has designed this program to comply with American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) certification standards; and has drawn on the work of other, vanguard Wind Energy Technology programs with track records of success from the western part of the nation — a region that, until now, has taken a lead in Wind Tech training. Students in Eastern’s program will not only learn the skills necessary to service and troubleshoot modern wind power generation equipment anywhere in the world: they will also acquire the background and knowledge to advance their careers in the power generation field.

The Wind Energy Turbine Technology (WETT) program provides a technical education at the certificate level. This broad-based curriculum provides instruction and practical application of a variety of technical concepts and practices, including industry-recognized maintenance practices in electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, and mechanical systems.

The Wind Energy Turbine Technology Certificate Program will meet the needs of regional employers in the wind energy industry, and provide graduates with job-ready skills for a productive career in the green industries. Successful completion of the WETT program prepares graduates to enter the workforce at the technician level, ready to perform maintenance on wind energy turbines, as well as on machinery and systems in any industry utilizing machinery and electrical control systems.

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Wind Energy Turbine Technology, A. A. S.

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The Department of Energy has stated that we can get 20 percent of our power from wind energy alone by 2030. West Virginia is a leader in the industry. And over the next five years alone, industry representatives estimate that some 300 new technician jobs will come available in Eastern’s four-state region.

Eastern has designed this program to comply with American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) certification standards; and has drawn on the work of other, vanguard Wind Energy Technology programs with track records of success from the western part of the nation — a region that, until now, has taken a lead in Wind Tech training. Students in Eastern’s program will not only learn the skills necessary to service and troubleshoot modern wind power generation equipment anywhere in the world: they will also acquire the background and knowledge to advance their careers in the power generation field.

The Wind Energy Technology (WTT) program provides a technical education at the Associate in Applied Science Level. This broad-based curriculum provides instruction and practical application of a variety of technical concepts and practices. The courses include industry recognized maintenance practices in electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, mechanical systems, computer control, data acquisition, periodic and predictive maintenance program usages.

Successful completion of the Wind Energy program prepares graduates to enter the workforce with an AAS Degree in Wind Technology. They will be prepared to perform periodic maintenance on machinery and systems located, not only in the wind industry but in any industry utilizing machinery and electrical control systems and mechanical equipment.

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Wind Energy Turbine Technology, A. A. S.

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The Department of Energy has stated that we can get 20 percent of our power from wind energy alone by 2030. West Virginia is a leader in the industry. And over the next five years alone, industry representatives estimate that some 300 new technician jobs will come available in Eastern’s four-state region.

Eastern has designed this program to comply with American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) certification standards; and has drawn on the work of other, vanguard Wind Energy Technology programs with track records of success from the western part of the nation — a region that, until now, has taken a lead in Wind Tech training. Students in Eastern’s program will not only learn the skills necessary to service and troubleshoot modern wind power generation equipment anywhere in the world: they will also acquire the background and knowledge to advance their careers in the power generation field.

The Wind Energy Technology (WTT) program provides a technical education at the Associate in Applied Science Level. This broad-based curriculum provides instruction and practical application of a variety of technical concepts and practices. The courses include industry recognized maintenance practices in electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, mechanical systems, computer control, data acquisition, periodic and predictive maintenance program usages.

Successful completion of the Wind Energy program prepares graduates to enter the workforce with an AAS Degree in Wind Technology. They will be prepared to perform periodic maintenance on machinery and systems located, not only in the wind industry but in any industry utilizing machinery and electrical control systems and mechanical equipment.

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Wind Turbine Technician

Wind Energy Technology: The College Certificate of Proficiency Program

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The Department of Energy has stated that we can get 20 percent of our power from wind energy alone by 2030. West Virginia is a leader in the industry. And over the next five years alone, industry representatives estimate that some 300 new technician jobs will come available in Eastern’s four-state region.

Eastern has designed this program to comply with American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) certification standards; and has drawn on the work of other, vanguard Wind Energy Technology programs with track records of success from the western part of the nation — a region that, until now, has taken a lead in Wind Tech training. Students in Eastern’s program will not only learn the skills necessary to service and troubleshoot modern wind power generation equipment anywhere in the world: they will also acquire the background and knowledge to advance their careers in the power generation field.

The Wind Energy Turbine Technology (WETT) program provides a technical education at the certificate level. This broad-based curriculum provides instruction and practical application of a variety of technical concepts and practices, including industry-recognized maintenance practices in electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, and mechanical systems.

The Wind Energy Turbine Technology Certificate Program will meet the needs of regional employers in the wind energy industry, and provide graduates with job-ready skills for a productive career in the green industries. Successful completion of the WETT program prepares graduates to enter the workforce at the technician level, ready to perform maintenance on wind energy turbines, as well as on machinery and systems in any industry utilizing machinery and electrical control systems.

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Wind Energy Turbine Technology, A. A. S.

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The Department of Energy has stated that we can get 20 percent of our power from wind energy alone by 2030. West Virginia is a leader in the industry. And over the next five years alone, industry representatives estimate that some 300 new technician jobs will come available in Eastern’s four-state region.

Eastern has designed this program to comply with American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) certification standards; and has drawn on the work of other, vanguard Wind Energy Technology programs with track records of success from the western part of the nation — a region that, until now, has taken a lead in Wind Tech training. Students in Eastern’s program will not only learn the skills necessary to service and troubleshoot modern wind power generation equipment anywhere in the world: they will also acquire the background and knowledge to advance their careers in the power generation field.

The Wind Energy Technology (WTT) program provides a technical education at the Associate in Applied Science Level. This broad-based curriculum provides instruction and practical application of a variety of technical concepts and practices. The courses include industry recognized maintenance practices in electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, mechanical systems, computer control, data acquisition, periodic and predictive maintenance program usages.

Successful completion of the Wind Energy program prepares graduates to enter the workforce with an AAS Degree in Wind Technology. They will be prepared to perform periodic maintenance on machinery and systems located, not only in the wind industry but in any industry utilizing machinery and electrical control systems and mechanical equipment.

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316 Eastern Drive
Moorefield, WV 26836-0000
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