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Nowadays, more and more emphasis is being placed on generating energy with cost-efficient, environmentally friendly sources. This has created a variety of career avenues that can be pursued in the energy industry. In just 30 weeks, students in the Wind Turbine Technician training program gain the knowledge and hands-on skills needed to become wind turbine technicians.1
*Program coming coming soon pending regulatory approvals to UTI Lisle and UTI Rancho Cucamonga.
In this program, you’ll take a variety of courses to build your skill set:
Wind turbine technicians inspect and service wind turbine towers. This is typically done by climbing a ladder inside the turbine or riding an elevator to the desired working height. In some cases, they’re lifted by helicopter!
Students in this program learn the skills they need to feel confident working in entry-level positions.1 As they gain skills and experience, potential career paths may include:
UTI's Automotive Technician training is offered at 12 of our campuses across the country. Whether you live a few miles away or in a different state, we have a school for you.
Yes, there’s a demand for skilled wind technicians. They play an important role in our world and economy, especially with an increased focus on clean energy.
A career as a wind technician can be fulfilling for those looking for a career full of adventure. These techs are often traveling to new locations and spend many of their days suspended several hundred feet in the air! They play an important role in the industry, which creates a demand for those trained for this profession.
Becoming a wind turbine technician may require the completion of a formal training program. Completing a program like the one offered at MIAT can give a comprehensive view of the industry and teach the skills required by the industry today.1
The time it takes to become a wind turbine technician can vary, depending on the path you take. At MIAT, you can train and graduate in just 7 months.1
1) UTI and MIAT are educational institutions and cannot guarantee employment or salary.
2) For program outcome information and other disclosures, visit www.uti.edu/disclosures for UTI and www.miat.edu/disclosures for MIAT.
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