Technicians install, troubleshoot and repair machinery used in business and industry. The complexity of these machines requires students to gain a strong understanding of motor controls, fluid power, mechanisms, programmable logic controllers and industrial networks. NCC has worked closely with the area's local manufacturers and engineering firms to develop a program that will provide graduates with hands-on skills and help place them into entry-level positions.
The Indoor Environmental Option for this degree - which was also developed with the assistance of many of the area's leading HVAC/R organizations - requires students to become familiar with the high-efficiency equipment used to heat and cool homes and commercial buildings. Well-trained technicians who service these complex systems will continue to be in demand. HVAC/R I & II courses are included in the curriculum, and students will complete the EPA Refrigerant Technician licensure test.
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