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Wind Energy & Turbine Technology

Wind Energy & Turbine Technology

The Wind Energy and Turbine Technology Program offers a two-year Associate in Applied Science program that provides hands-on, real-life experiences in the state of Iowa. Since the number of wind turbines in the state of Iowa is growing quickly, Iowa Lakes Community College is working to help meet the growing demand for skilled technicians who can install, maintain, and service modern wind turbines.

The diploma program consists of the first three terms. In addition to the coursework listed in the first three terms Business Communications is also required for the diploma. To prepare for entry-level positions in the industry, you will receive training in:

  • construction
  • maintenance
  • operation of wind turbines

Earning the Associate in Applied Science degree consists of completing the second year of the program. You will receive additional training on:

  • diagnosis of turbines
  • computerized control and monitoring systems
  • wind turbine siting
  • data acquisition

As a graduate of the two-year degree program you qualify for entry-level positions and also have the skills and education background to become a wind turbine technician and potentially a supervisor.

Algebra and basic trigonometry skills are essential to successful completion of the program. Assessment scores must indicate readiness for Intermediate Algebra.

Campus: Estherville

Degree:
Associate in Applied Science
Program Length: 81 Credits

Degree: Diploma
Program Length: 48 Credits

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For information or questions regarding this program, please contact:

Daniel Lutat
Program Coordinator
712-362-8374
dlutat@iowalakes.edu 

Questions or comments? Please email us at info@iowalakes.edu or call 712-362-2604 or 800-521-5054.
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