HCC's Alternative Energy Offerings
This project was funded in part, by a grant awarded under the President’s Community-Based Job Training Grants, as implemented by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment & Training Administration.
Workshops and seminars held on HCC's main campus and also at HCC's Valley Mall satellite location. For a complete listing of non-credit Alternative Energy courses currently being offered, click here.
Available this year: HCC has become a NABCEP Photovoltaic Entry Level exam provider. Earn national credentialing in solar energy installation for electrical contractors, general contractors, alternative energy start-up firms, and energy-efficiency companies. Learn more about the NABCEP Photovoltaic Entry Level Prep course coming this winter.
Credit-bearing program that prepares students to enter the industrial/commercial/residential setting in the growing areas of renewable energy, i.e. solar, wind, and geothermal technologies. One degree and two certificates offered.
For a complete listing of non-credit Alternative Energy courses, click here.
About the Alternative Energy Technology Credit Program
The Alternative Energy Technology (AET) program prepares students to enter the industrial/commercial/residential setting in the growing areas of renewable energy, i.e. solar, wind, and geothermal technologies.
Within the Alternative Energy Technology program, students can earn progressive levels of certificates toward employment and/or the degree. The methods of instruction include hands-on training as well as classroom instruction. Real world lab environment will include experiments with solar, wind, and geothermal equipment, use of meters, measurements and calculations of values. This program of study embraces the body of knowledge found in national certifications for renewable energy professionals.
Programs in this area of study
Registering for AET courses
- Not yet an HCC student? Click here.
- Returning student? Click here to register via WebAdvisor.
- Registering for a non-credit course? Click here for instructions.
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