Energy Technology Education Center

Energy Technology Education Center is a collaboration between Pennsylvania College of Technology and Lycoming County Department of Public Safety and was made possible by significant investments by industry.


  • Workforce Development
  • Center for Business & Workforce Development

The training center supports local emergency responders by providing hands-on instruction that enables them to understand and implement effective emergency-response. In addition, the site is used for industry training and training of potential new hires and incumbent workers through classes that Penn College provides for gas and other industry occupations.



  • Drilling rig trainer
  • Live fire props
    • Wellhead
    • Separator
    • House meter
    • Flange
    • Flammable liquids simulator
    • Tank battery
  • Frac site display
  • Production site set-up
  • Hazardous material spill response props
  • Miscellaneous static props
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Friday, July 14th, was a day for celebration as participants from the first class of Building Green Futures took part in the program graduation ceremony.