Energy Maintenance Training June 5th – 9th

NJC Applied Technology Campus

318 Hagen St.

Sterling, CO 80751

Participants will gain skills for entry level employment in the energy and manufacturing industry. Monday through Thursday, students will develop skills on welding, oxy-acetylene cutting, precision measurements, mechanical alignments, working at height, multi-meter usage, energy isolation, and electrical wiring.

Students will arrive at 10 am on Monday morning at the Applied Technology Campus. We will get students moved in the dorms and signed up for the OSHA 10 hour course.

Students will receive personal protective equipment that they will keep upon completion of the training. Safety glasses, hard hat, work gloves, welding hood, welding gloves, and LOTO lock. Students need to wear cotton jeans or nonflammable clothing to the training session. Clothing should be free of holes and frays that could present a fire hazard.

Students will earn their Adult CPR & AED certification (upon completion of the online training and skills test) and start the OSHA 10 hour certification. Students will receive instructions on the CPR course to sign-up and complete the pre-class training with American Red Cross. Please bring a laptop or tablet to work on the OSHA course in the evenings. Once the OSHA course is completed, NJC will send the OSHA 10 card in the mail to the home address. Students will have 6 months to complete the OSHA course and receive their certification card.

On Friday, the training will end with resume and cover letter development and mock interviews. We are planning on having employers in-person or virtually to work with participants interested in starting a new career.

  Monday 10:00am - 5:00pm Tuesday 8:00am - 5:00pm Wednesday 8:00am - 5:00pm Thursday 8:00am - 5:00pm Friday 8:00am - 12:00pm
Morning Intro, Housing, OSHA 10 Metal Fabrication CPR & AED Skills Metal Fabrication Career Skills, Interviews
Afternoon Mechanical Skills; At-Height Skills Electrical Skills; At-Height Skills CPR & AED Skills Metal Fab, Electrical Skills Student Survey
Evening CPR/AED/ OSHA 10 Online Course CPR/AED/ OSHA 10 Online Course OSHA 10 online coursework OSHA 10 online coursework  

Cost for the training is $1450 for the week starting on Monday, June 5th. This includes housing (Monday through Thursday night), breakfast, and lunch. Participants will be on their own for dinner.

Contact Information

After signing up, you should receive an emailed invoice. Students can pay for the training session by contacting the NJC Cashier’s office prior to June 1st.

Students are encouraged to seek assistance with their local Colorado Workforce Centers ( if this training is needed to upskill or retrain for a new career.

This training opportunity is offered in part with Colorado HB21-1149 funds.

Notice: A minimum of 8 students is required to offer the training. If the training is canceled, students (or student sponsors) will receive a full refund for the cost of the class.

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