As a Wind Energy Technician, opportunities spread across the country. Once you pick your geographical location, you won’t be stuck at any desk! You can work at turbine construction and manufacturing sites, in the distribution and generation industries, or at utility companies. Sites can include wind farms and power plant facilities, and range from small communities to large metropolitan areas. When you choose to enter the field of wind energy, your options are sky high.
At TSTC, you'll learn to conduct efficiency studies, manage personnel, materials and machines in factories, offices and production sites. You'll also prepare machinery and equipment layouts, plan workflow for turbine construction and maintenance, conduct statistical studies of product quality and time usage, and analyze production costs. Through our program, you’ll be qualified to operate and maintain the systems that make a wind turbine function.