program description

West-MEC’s Energy and Industrial Technology Program explores the fields of electricity, electronics, instrumentation & controls, mechanical systems, industrial skills, and power skills. This program is run in close partnership with APS, Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Facility and Estrella Mountain Community College.

Upon completion of the two-year program, students may test to receive OSHA10, American Heart Association CPR/AED and First aid, ACT National Career Readiness Certificate, Energy Industry Fundamentals Certificate, NCCER certifications.

Jeff Davidson

Jeff Davidson

Energy and Industrial Technology Instructor

“It’s very exciting to be a part of the new Energy and Industrial Technology Program here at West-MEC. Through industry partnerships we have developed a program that will enable our students to take advantage of many pathways available to them ensuring their success in the workplace.”