GAS UTILITY CONSTRUCTION & SERVICE

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Gas Utility Construction & Service Program Details

The energy industry continues to provide tremendous opportunities for lucrative careers for people like you who are ready to gain the necessary skills to fill high-paying jobs. CVTC’s Gas Utility and Construction Services program can be your path to a secure and satisfying future!

Is the Gas Utility and Construction Services program right for you? It could be if you are the type of person who likes to work with your hands, outdoors, in a team-oriented setting, with your work site changing virtually every day.

You can become a highly skilled professional who has the skills to install, maintain, and operate natural and propane gas distribution systems. You’ll learn how to use specialized digging equipment, install gas piping systems, provide maintenance service for distribution systems and gas appliances, and follow important safety procedures. You’ll earn a Class A Commercial Driver’s License along the way!

Just the Facts

Gas Utility Construction & Service
34 Credit Technical Diploma

Length of Program:
One Year

Delivery Method

Program Location
Eau Claire

Start Dates
June

PROGRAM START: Summer 2019

Estimated Program Cost
Total Tuition, Fees & Books: $10,207

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Additional Information

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How To Enroll

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Courses

These are a few of the courses you will take in the Gas Utility Construction & Service program.
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  • Welding - Gas Service 1
    This course will cover common metal welding related to gas utility construction industry.
  • Metallurgy
    The purpose of this course is to help students acquire basic metallurgy knowledge that will be useful in their welding careers. The students will study the types and uses of steel; modification and prediction of metal behavior; crystalline structure before and after modification; lab work focuses on using the knowledge gained.
  • Electricity - Gas Appliance
    This class will cover electrical sources/circuits in gas appliances, safe practices, test equipment, reading wiring diagrams, gas/electrical control functions, ignition systems, sequence of operation and troubleshooting.

Careers

  • Gas Construction Mechanic
  • Gas Meter Mechanic
  • Gas Appliance Repair Mechanic
  • Underground Facilities Locator
  • Gas Service Mechanic

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