Electronics/Green Energy Technologies

Last Updated: 10/28/2020 12:16 PM

Mr. Michael Hatrock, mhatrock@bcths.com, teaches this program.

As part of the Applied Engineering Technologies Cluster, students can earn a certification as an Electronics Technician (CET)while becoming trained in the renewable energy industry! 

Students can empower themselves with three (3) green technology skill sets and master the business of Alternative Energy.  The course in Renewable Energy includes Photovoltaic (Solar) Installer/Integrator, Small Wind Installerand a comprehensive hands-on study in the field of Computer Networking, Computer Maintenance, Mechatronics, and Electronics Technology.

This 4-year course puts students on the fast track to a Green Collar job.  Students can become one of the first technicians to have a complete skill set for green jobs.  OSHA Certification is also covered during the first year of the program.

Log onto Mr. Doman's website to find out more about this exciting program! www.bcths.net

Students in the Electronics/Green Energy Technologies program can EARN COLLEGE CREDITS!
Students can earn up to 8 credits in the Applied Engineering Technology (curriculum code 2193) degree program at Bucks County Community CollegeCompetencies achieved in the Electronics/Green Energy Technologies program at BCTHS are deemed potentially equivalent to the following Bucks County Community College course:

ENGT999-Applied Engineering Elective (up to 8 credits upon assessment)

For additional information on the Bucks County Community College agreements, students can meet with their guidance counselor or visit http://www.bucks.edu/academics/pla/agreements

Other colleges where students can earn credit Green Energy Link 

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