Logo: The Northwest Water and Energy Education Institute at Lane Community College
Logo: The Northwest Water and Energy Education Institute at Lane Community College

Education & Training for Energy & Water Professionals

Education & Training for Energy & Water Professionals

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2 Year Degrees

Now Accepting Applications for our Fall 2018 Online Energy Management Program
Logo for Lane Community CollegeWorldwide changes in energy resources and demand are creating a need for skilled workers in Energy Efficiency Tech. Enter this diverse field with a two-year Associates of Applied Science degree in Energy Management from the Northwest Water & Energy Education Institute at Lane Community College.

Online Classes and Hands-On Mentorship is the Ideal Combination
We’ve combined the flexibility and ease of online coursework with hands-on training with industry partners in the field to prepare you for a career in energy efficiency. Our goal is to provide students with hands-on, high-quality experiences with potential employers in your area equal or better than what they’d receive in a college laboratory environment.

Apply your knowledge to a growing, stable industry in the Pacific Northwest and elevate your career today. For more information about the Energy Management Degree or to apply today, call Roger Ebbage, director of NWEEI, at (541) 463-6160 or email .

Learn about all three of our 2-year Associates of Applied Science technical degrees offered by Lane Community College’s NWEEI program.

Energy Management Online

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Learn how to evaluate energy use patterns, recommend energy efficiency strategies, integrate alternative energy sources, and perform systems analysis to solve energy related problems. The 2-year energy online degree will to fit around your current work schedule, and includes a technical hands-on component that allows you to work directly with mentors at industry partners throughout Oregon and Washington.

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Building Controls Technician

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Today’s buildings are complex technological structures comprised of interactive systems charged with delivering safe, healthy and affordable physical environments. Building automation integrates these electronic and mechanical systems to optimize operations and create an efficient “smart” building. 

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Water Conservation Technician

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The Water Conservation Technician program consists of students and faculty dedicated to improving community water security and quality using ecologically sustainable practices. The program trains individuals to evaluate water use patterns; develop, implement, market and maintain conservation programs; perform public outreach; recommend water efficiency techniques; integrate alternative water sources; and perform systems analysis to solve problems. 

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Take the next step toward a new career in energy efficiency or water conservation

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National Council State Authorization (SARA) Approved Institution

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FUNDING FOR THIS OPPORTUNITY IS
PROVIDED IN PART BY THE
NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

Have a question? Give us a Call.

(541) 463-6160

Additional information regarding 2 year degrees can also be found on the Lane Community College's website located at: lanecc.edu/nweei

 
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