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

Board OKs developing post-master’s certificate, accepts financial audit

Pennsylvania College of Technology’s Board of Directors on Thursday gave the green light to develop a post-master’s certificate in nursing education, accepted the financial audit for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, and approved changes to positions for two senior administrators. Also during the meeting, state Sen. Gene Yaw, who serves as board chair, presented Penn College Police Lt.


Construction students visit Clean Energy Center for instructive demo

Students of Barney A. Kahn IV, a building construction technology faculty member, visit the Clean Energy Center for a lesson on blower doors that included classroom instruction ... ... and hands-on lessons from instructor Franklin D. Gillis in one of the renowned facility's real-world labs. Barney A.


Construction alum schedules second VSI training, draws industry spotlight

Williamson enlightens her Reach Road audience during an installation training in late June. (Photo provided) Building construction technology alumna Daun M. Williamson will conduct a second Vinyl Siding Institute installer training next month at the college’s Clean Energy Center, 2245 Reach Road.