Energy Production

Penn College offers extensive programming that covers energy production. Numerous production courses are designed to meet the needs of oil, natural gas and related companies as well as job seekers looking to enter these industries. Many safety, equipment operation, maintenance and other customizable course topics are available.

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  • Workforce Development
  • Center for Business & Workforce Development

Course Offerings

Courses may be customized to meet your company's needs. Contact Workforce Development at workforce@pct.edu for more information.

Centers

Energy Technology Education Center

Energy Technology Education Center

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.

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Penn College News

New Initiative Will Connect Pennsylvanians to Home Weatherization Careers

The nonprofit Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC) and a diverse network of partners today announced Green Workforce Connect—a collaborative effort that will link job seekers in Pennsylvania with home weatherization careers.

Save Money and Increase Comfort: The Basics of Commercial Building Re-tuning

Are you looking for ways to reduce energy costs in your commercial facility without investing thousands of dollars in new equipment? Do you receive thermal comfort complaints from occupants in your building? Investing in Commercial Building Re-tuning skills training for your on-site facilities staff can help you tackle these problems for years to come.

What is Clean Energy?

Here at the Clean Energy Center, we define “clean energy” in two parts: energy efficiency and renewable energy. In this article we’ll share what each of these terms mean for our homes and buildings, why we put them together, and how they are fueling today’s clean energy career opportunities.