Degrees & Classes

Degrees & Classes

Electro Mechanical Technology

Associate of Applied Science Degree

BTC’s EMTEC program places graduates in solid careers as industrial electricians, millwrights or instrument technicians. Demand for skilled workers is strong in high-growth industries such as refining, water treatment, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, and power generation.

As an EMTEC graduate, you’ll possess a broad range of highly-sought skills and knowledge. BTC’s program will teach you to troubleshoot, maintain, repair, and analyze sophisticated equipment in advanced manufacturing operations. Electro-Mechanical is a great program choice if you want a high-wage career with local employers.

Program Facts

Average annual income $68,201

Wage potential $76,378 annually

Employment and wage data sources


Jobs & Employment

The employment outlook for electro mechanical technicians is strong. Due to the escalating sophistication of equipment and retirements, employers are in need of trained technicians. The average annual wage in this field is $68,201, with an earning potential of about $76,378 per year.*

Criminal convictions may restrict or prevent student participation with internships and employment in this industry.

Potential Positions

Potential positions include: Millwright, assembler, maintenance mechanic, maintenance millwright, manufacturers service representative, automated equipment engineer-technician, machine erector, installer, mover, and dismantler.

Courses

Filter courses by quarter 
Use this tool to see this program's course offerings for upcoming quarters

  • Quarter 1
  • AMATH 111 *Applied Technical Math5 credits

    This course introduces concepts of plane geometry and right triangle trigonometry, and develops further the elements of algebra in applications for technical professions. Unit conversions in Metric and English systems, Scientific notations, fractions, decimals, perdents, ratios, and proportions are extensively reviewed. Textbook and Scientific or Graphing calculator required.

    Prerequisite:
    Accuplacer Algebra score of 75 or a C grade in MATH 098

    Future Offerings
    1/7-3/25MWF 9:00a-10:25aMOYLE VOpenings: 28
    4/8-6/22MWF 9:00a-10:25aSTAFFOpenings: 28
  • CMST& 210 *Interpersonal Communications5 credits

    Designed to introduce students to the application of basic interpersonal communication theory, with a focus on achieving success in the workplace. Topics explored include self-awareness, self-disclosure, conversation skills, relationship development and maintenance, assertiveness, teamwork and group dynamics, conflict management strategies, and diversity issues.

    Prerequisite:
    Accuplacer Reading Comprehension score of 71 or a C grade in RDG 085, and Accuplacer Sentence Skills score of 71 or a C grade in ENGL 092.

    Future Offerings
    1/7-3/25MWF 1:00p-2:25pOEKERMAN COpenings: 28
    1/7-3/25MWF11:00a-12:25pOEKERMAN COpenings: 28
    1/7-3/25MWF 3:00p-4:25pMUDD SOpenings: 28
    1/7-3/25MWF 9:00a-10:25aBURNS JOpenings: 28
    1/7-3/26Online OEKERMAN COpenings: 24
    1/7-3/26Online LIPPMAN LOpenings: 24
    4/8-6/22MWF 1:00p-2:25pSTAFFOpenings: 28
    4/8-6/22MWF 9:00a-10:25aSTAFFOpenings: 28
    4/7-6/23TTh12:00p-2:25pSTAFFOpenings: 28
    4/7-6/23Online STAFFOpenings: 24
    4/7-6/23Online STAFFOpenings: 24
  • EMTEC 105Trade Safety3 credits

    The topics will be on health and safety core rules, material safety data sheets, fall protection, confined spaces, Lock out/Tag out requirements, ladder, scaffolding and portable power tools as well as navigating the Washington State Labor and Industries website. Utilizing dynamic lecture and discussion, and hands-on practice, students develop knowledge and skills for careers in industry.

  • EMTEC 125Applied Mechanics5 credits

    This course introduces the student to fundamental mechanical concepts necessary for the installation, operation, and maintenance of industrial machinery.

    Prerequisite:
    EMTEC 105 or concurrent
  • EMTEC 237Computerized Maintenance & Management Systems3 credits

    In this course, the student will examine the components and functions of a CMMS. Work orders, scheduling, spares and stores controls, equipment histories, back logs, asset management practices will be covered. Utilizing state-of-the-art computer interactive software, dynamic lecture and discussion, and hands-on practice, students develop knowledge and skills for careers in industry. Text and basic tools required


    Future Offerings
    11/13-12/12DAILY10:00a-12:50pKEFOVER JOpenings: 5
  • Quarter 2
  • AENGL 100 *Applied English5 credits

    This applied English course focuses on the workplace communication skills needed to send, receive, and process oral and written information. Along with a review of writing fundamentals, learners will use principles of clear communication, professionalism, and cultural awareness in occupational contexts. Learners will sharpen their reading, writing, and presentation skills.

    Prerequisite:
    Accuplacer Reading Comprehension score of 71 or a C grade in RDG 085, and Accuplacer Sentence Skills score of 71 or a C grade in ENGL 092.

    Future Offerings
    1/8-3/26TTh12:00p-2:05pBURNS JOpenings: 26
    1/7-3/25MW 9:00a-10:25aKONGSHAUG COpenings: 26
    1/7-3/25MW 3:00p-4:25pKONGSHAUG COpenings: 26
    1/7-3/25MW11:00a-12:25pWISE JOpenings: 26
    1/7-3/25MW 1:00p-2:25pBURNS JOpenings: 26
    1/13-3/24T 6:00p-8:30pNEWTON DOpenings: 26
    1/7-3/26Online DONNELLY ROpenings: 24
    4/7-6/23TTh12:00p-2:05pSTAFFOpenings: 26
    4/8-6/22MWF 9:00a-10:25aSTAFFOpenings: 26
    4/8-6/22MWF 3:00p-4:25pSTAFFOpenings: 26
    4/8-6/22MWF11:00a-12:25pSTAFFOpenings: 26
    4/7-6/23Online STAFFOpenings: 24
  • EMTEC 121Fundamentals Of Hydraulic & Pneumatics5 credits

    This is the first course in a series designed to prepare the industrial millwright, electrician and maintenance technician with the knowledge and skills necessary to maintain, diagnose, and repair hydraulic and pneumatic systems. Instructional material is computer "on-line" with selected modules emphasizing hydraulic pumps, safety, compressed air basics and types of gauges.

    Prerequisite:
    EMTEC 105

    Future Offerings
    2/11-3/4DAILY 8:00a-1:50pKEFOVER JOpenings: 24
  • EMTEC 126Engineering Graphics4 credits

    The student will discover print reading format and dimension with types and symbols. A study of thread specifications and building drawings will be presented. Utilizing state-of-the-art computer interactive software, dynamic lecture and discussion, and hands-on practice, students develop knowledge and skills for careers in industry. Text and basic tools required.

    Prerequisite:
    EMTEC 105

    Future Offerings
    1/26-2/10DAILY 8:30a-1:50pKEFOVER JOpenings: 24
  • EMTEC 131Rigging4 credits

    The student will study and apply industry standard principals to safely plan and facilitate controlled lifting of equipment. Utilizing state-of-the-art computer interactive software, dynamic lecture and discussion, and hands-on practice, students develop knowledge and skills for careers in industry. Text and basic tools required.

    Prerequisite:
    EMTEC 105

    Future Offerings
    1/7-1/23DAILY 8:30a-1:50pKEFOVER JOpenings: 24
  • EMTEC 231Bearings & Drives5 credits

    The student will learn the application and theory of bearing technology with emphasis on storing, installing, and maintenance. The course will include an examination of different drive types with emphasis on theory, maintenance and repair. Utilizing state-of-the-art computer interactive software, dynamic lecture and discussion, and hands-on practice, students develop knowledge and skills for careers in industry. Text and basic tools required.

    Prerequisite:
    EMTEC 105

    Future Offerings
    3/5-3/25DAILY 8:00a-1:50pKEFOVER JOpenings: 24
  • Quarter 3
  • EMTEC 123Hydraulics & Pneumatics Circuits5 credits

    This course covers principles and operating characteristics of hydraulic and pneumatic systems, and components. Utilizing state-of-the-art computer interactive software, dynamic lecture and discussion, and hands-on practice, students develop knowledge and skills for the fluid power industry. Text and basic tools required.

    Prerequisite:
    EMTEC 121

    Future Offerings
    4/7-4/28DAILY 8:00a-1:50pKEFOVER JOpenings: 24
  • EMTEC 180Manufacturing Computer Applications4 credits

    In this course Students are introduced to Microsoft applications such as Access, PowerPoint, Word, and Excel. Students will learn how to use these programs in an industrial setting.


    Future Offerings
    4/29-5/14DAILY 8:30a-1:50pKEFOVER JOpenings: 24
  • EMTEC 232Drive Alignment-Conveyors & Machining Systems4 credits

    Principals and devices used for joining and aligning shafts are presented in this course. Conveying equipment and other automatic transfer machinery will be discussed. Troubleshooting and repair of drives and conveyors will be covered. Utilizing state-of-the-art computer interactive software, dynamic lecture and discussion, and hands-on practice, students develop knowledge and skills for careers in industry. Text and basic tools required.

    Prerequisite:
    EMTEC 231

    Future Offerings
    6/8-6/23DAILY 8:30a-1:50pKEFOVER JOpenings: 24
  • EMTEC 234Valves, Pumps & Traps5 credits

    The student will examine the principals of pumps, valves, and steam traps. Students will apply mechanical skills in the rebuilding of basic pump types along with diagnosing problems. Utilizing state-of-the-art computer interactive software, dynamic lecture and discussion, and hands-on practice, students develop knowledge and skills for careers in industry. Text and basic tools required.

    Prerequisite:
    EMTEC 125

    Future Offerings
    5/15-6/5DAILY 8:00a-1:50pKEFOVER JOpenings: 24
  • Quarter 4
  • EMTEC 110DC Circuits6 credits

    The purpose of this course is to give students a firm foundation in electrical theory. The course covers DC circuit theory with an emphasis on circuit analysis, practical application, and troubleshooting. The course requires an understanding of simple mathematics.

  • EMTEC 210AC Circuits6 credits

    The AC Circuits class builds on the concepts that are covered in EMTEC 110. The course covers AC circuit theory with an emphasis on circuit analysis, practical application, and troubleshooting. The course requires an understanding of simple mathematics.

    Prerequisite:
    EMTEC 110
  • EMTEC 218Introduction to National Electrical Code2 credits

    The student is introduced to some of the common industrial applications of the National Electrical Codes such as grounding, bonding, wire sizing, conduit selection, junction box selection, motor overload protection and current protection selection. Utilizing state-of-the-art computer interactive software, dynamic lecture and discussion, and hands-on practice, students develop knowledge and skills for careers in industry. Text and basic tools required.

    Prerequisite:
    EMTEC 218
  • EMTEC 225Solid State Components4 credits

    This course builds on EMTEC 110 and EMTEC 210; introducing the student to circuits involving diodes, transistors, SCRs, and other solid state devices.

    Prerequisite:
    EMTEC 210
  • Quarter 5
  • EMTEC 205Programmable Logic Controllers5 credits

    This course is an introductory study of Programmable Logic Controllers, including configuring hardware and software, general construction and operation as well as programming.

    Prerequisite:
    EMTEC 211 or Permission of Instructor
  • EMTEC 211Electrical Controls I5 credits

    This course introduces the student to the components used in today’s control systems. Control schematics are introduced with hands-on use of various multi meters in troubleshooting relay logic circuits. Utilizing state-of-the-art computer interactive software, dynamic lecture and discussion, and hands-on practice, students develop knowledge and skills for careers in industry. Text and basic tools required.

    Prerequisite:
    EMTEC 210
  • EMTEC 217Instrumentation & Controls4 credits

    This course introduces the student to sensor indicators and transmitters. Measurement, gages, flow sensors and other industrial sensing devices will be studied in this class. Utilizing state-of-the-art computer interactive software, dynamic lecture and discussion, and hands-on practice, students develop knowledge and skills for careers in industry. Text and basic tools required.

    Prerequisite:
    EMTEC 215
  • EMTEC 260Automated Manufacturing Systems4 credits

    The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of robotics and automation technology. Students will explore the basic principles of manipulator, actuator, and control systems. The course requires an understanding of simple mathematics and the basic use of computers. The laboratory will be used to perform real-time exercises in programming applications and techniques through the use of various training robots and systems.

    Prerequisite:
    EMTEC 210 & EMTEC 220
  • Quarter 6
  • EMTEC 133Introduction to Machinery Skills4 credits

    Studies introduce shop safety and guidelines, the use of measuring tools, basic shop equipment and a study of vertical milling machines and lathes. Supervised hands on project will be produced by the student. Utilizing dynamic lecture and discussion, and hands-on practice, students develop knowledge and skills for careers in industry. Text and basic tools required.

    Prerequisite:
    EMTEC 126
  • EMTEC 215Programmable Logic Controllers II5 credits

    In this course Students build on the foundation set in EMTEC 205. This course addresses advanced PLC topics including math and logic functions.

    Prerequisite:
    EMTEC 205
  • EMTEC 220Micro-Controllers5 credits

    This course focuses on the application of microprocessors in industry, with emphasis on understanding basic operation, interfacing, and programming. Study includes basic architecture, memory structure, programming language, interfacing with peripheral devices, input/output devices, and diagnostics. Prerequisite: EMTEC 210

    Prerequisite:
    EMTEC 210
  • EMTEC 230Problem Solving for Manufacturing & the Trades3 credits

    This class addresses technical problem solving skills including reading and interpreting technical documents and instrctions.

    Prerequisite:
    EMTEC 210
  • WLD 173Basic Welding2 credits

    This course covers basic industrial welding techniques and safety. From beginning competencies in SMAW and oxy/fuel cutting, through GMAW and plasma cutting processes. Basic fabricating principles will cover lap, fillet, and butt weld joint set-up.

TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS117 credits

* Minimum requirement. List of other AAS General Education class options

Program Entry Information

Program Start

  • This program admits students once a year, in the fall quarter.

Testing Requirements

These requirements are for the AAS degree.

  • Accuplacer Algebra score of 75 or a C grade in Math 098.
  • Accuplacer Reading Comprehension score of 71 or a C grade in RDG 085, and Accuplacer Sentence Skills score of 71 or a C grade in ENGL 092.

Program Outcomes

  • Design, analyze, and diagnose basic electrical systems through the application of electrical theory fundamentals.
  • Design, analyze, and diagnose basic industrial mechanical systems through the application of hydraulic, pneumatic, lever and pulley theory fundamentals.
  • Ensure safe work practices and installations through compliance with federal, state, and local regulations and industry standards including the National Electrical Code, WAC Chapter 296 and related RCW.
  • Use proper tools and test equipment to construct and maintain power, lighting, signaling, and control systems in industrial settings.
  • Use proper tools and test equipment to construct and maintain mechanical systems in industrial settings.
  • Install new and modify existing process systems and components utilizing appropriate electrical and millwright/mechanical skills and materials
  • Communicate clearly with team members, supervisor, and others in the workplace, effectively using oral communication as well as drawings, blueprints, and other documents.
  • Exhibit professional personal conduct and appearance appropriate to the workplace.

Jason Kefover - Instructor image

Jason Kefover

 

Area of Instruction


Electro Mechanical Technology, Engineering

 

Degrees and Certifications


M.S., Manufacturing Systems, East Carolina University

B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Penn State University

B.A., Physics, Mansfield University of Pennsylvania

Certificate, Programmable Logic Controllers 1, Assn for Packaging & Processing Technologies

Certificate, WA Professional Technical Certification

Contact Info


360 752-8568
jkefover@btc.ctc.edu
B Building (B) - Room B11-A

 

Background


Profile

Jason has taught at BTC for 5 years. Prior to his tenure at Bellingham Technical College he worked as an Engineer and taught Industrial Maintena...

    • Jason has taught at BTC for 5 years. Prior to his tenure at Bellingham Technical College he worked as an Engineer and taught Industrial Maintenance in the Carolinas. His experience includes work for several major corporations in the Automotive, ¬¬Polymer, and Industrial Robotics industries.

Specialties
Industrial automation, lean manufacturing, and machine maintenance.

    • Industrial automation, lean manufacturing, and machine maintenance.


Machine Maintenance Certificate

BTC’s EMTEC program places graduates in solid careers as industrial electricians, millwrights or instrument technicians. Demand for skilled workers is strong in high-growth industries such as refining, water treatment, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, and power generation.

As an EMTEC graduate, you’ll possess a broad range of highly-sought skills and knowledge. BTC’s program will teach you to troubleshoot, maintain, repair, and analyze sophisticated equipment in advanced manufacturing operations. Electro-Mechanical is a great program choice if you want a high-wage career with local employers.

Program Facts

Average annual income $68,201

Wage potential $76,378 annually

Employment and wage data sources


Gainful Employment

Program Costs, Financing, and Outcomes

Jobs & Employment

The employment outlook for electro mechanical technicians is strong. Due to the escalating sophistication of equipment and retirements, employers are in need of trained technicians. The average annual wage in this field is $68,201, with an earning potential of about $76,378 per year.*

Criminal convictions may restrict or prevent student participation with internships and employment in this industry.

Potential Positions

Potential positions include: Millwright, assembler, maintenance mechanic, maintenance millwright, manufacturers service representative, automated equipment engineer-technician, machine erector, installer, mover, and dismantler.

Courses

Filter courses by quarter 
Use this tool to see this program's course offerings for upcoming quarters

  • Quarter 1
  • AMATH 111Applied Technical Math5 credits

    This course introduces concepts of plane geometry and right triangle trigonometry, and develops further the elements of algebra in applications for technical professions. Unit conversions in Metric and English systems, Scientific notations, fractions, decimals, perdents, ratios, and proportions are extensively reviewed. Textbook and Scientific or Graphing calculator required.

    Prerequisite:
    Accuplacer Algebra score of 75 or a C grade in MATH 098

    Future Offerings
    1/7-3/25MWF 9:00a-10:25aMOYLE VOpenings: 28
    4/8-6/22MWF 9:00a-10:25aSTAFFOpenings: 28
  • CMST& 210Interpersonal Communications5 credits

    Designed to introduce students to the application of basic interpersonal communication theory, with a focus on achieving success in the workplace. Topics explored include self-awareness, self-disclosure, conversation skills, relationship development and maintenance, assertiveness, teamwork and group dynamics, conflict management strategies, and diversity issues.

    Prerequisite:
    Accuplacer Reading Comprehension score of 71 or a C grade in RDG 085, and Accuplacer Sentence Skills score of 71 or a C grade in ENGL 092.

    Future Offerings
    1/7-3/25MWF 1:00p-2:25pOEKERMAN COpenings: 28
    1/7-3/25MWF11:00a-12:25pOEKERMAN COpenings: 28
    1/7-3/25MWF 3:00p-4:25pMUDD SOpenings: 28
    1/7-3/25MWF 9:00a-10:25aBURNS JOpenings: 28
    1/7-3/26Online OEKERMAN COpenings: 24
    1/7-3/26Online LIPPMAN LOpenings: 24
    4/8-6/22MWF 1:00p-2:25pSTAFFOpenings: 28
    4/8-6/22MWF 9:00a-10:25aSTAFFOpenings: 28
    4/7-6/23TTh12:00p-2:25pSTAFFOpenings: 28
    4/7-6/23Online STAFFOpenings: 24
    4/7-6/23Online STAFFOpenings: 24
  • EMTEC 105Trade Safety3 credits

    The topics will be on health and safety core rules, material safety data sheets, fall protection, confined spaces, Lock out/Tag out requirements, ladder, scaffolding and portable power tools as well as navigating the Washington State Labor and Industries website. Utilizing dynamic lecture and discussion, and hands-on practice, students develop knowledge and skills for careers in industry.

  • EMTEC 125Applied Mechanics5 credits

    This course introduces the student to fundamental mechanical concepts necessary for the installation, operation, and maintenance of industrial machinery.

    Prerequisite:
    EMTEC 105 or concurrent
  • EMTEC 237Computerized Maintenance & Management Systems3 credits

    In this course, the student will examine the components and functions of a CMMS. Work orders, scheduling, spares and stores controls, equipment histories, back logs, asset management practices will be covered. Utilizing state-of-the-art computer interactive software, dynamic lecture and discussion, and hands-on practice, students develop knowledge and skills for careers in industry. Text and basic tools required


    Future Offerings
    11/13-12/12DAILY10:00a-12:50pKEFOVER JOpenings: 5
  • Quarter 2
  • AENGL 100Applied English5 credits

    This applied English course focuses on the workplace communication skills needed to send, receive, and process oral and written information. Along with a review of writing fundamentals, learners will use principles of clear communication, professionalism, and cultural awareness in occupational contexts. Learners will sharpen their reading, writing, and presentation skills.

    Prerequisite:
    Accuplacer Reading Comprehension score of 71 or a C grade in RDG 085, and Accuplacer Sentence Skills score of 71 or a C grade in ENGL 092.

    Future Offerings
    1/8-3/26TTh12:00p-2:05pBURNS JOpenings: 26
    1/7-3/25MW 9:00a-10:25aKONGSHAUG COpenings: 26
    1/7-3/25MW 3:00p-4:25pKONGSHAUG COpenings: 26
    1/7-3/25MW11:00a-12:25pWISE JOpenings: 26
    1/7-3/25MW 1:00p-2:25pBURNS JOpenings: 26
    1/13-3/24T 6:00p-8:30pNEWTON DOpenings: 26
    1/7-3/26Online DONNELLY ROpenings: 24
    4/7-6/23TTh12:00p-2:05pSTAFFOpenings: 26
    4/8-6/22MWF 9:00a-10:25aSTAFFOpenings: 26
    4/8-6/22MWF 3:00p-4:25pSTAFFOpenings: 26
    4/8-6/22MWF11:00a-12:25pSTAFFOpenings: 26
    4/7-6/23Online STAFFOpenings: 24
  • EMTEC 121Fundamentals Of Hydraulic & Pneumatics5 credits

    This is the first course in a series designed to prepare the industrial millwright, electrician and maintenance technician with the knowledge and skills necessary to maintain, diagnose, and repair hydraulic and pneumatic systems. Instructional material is computer "on-line" with selected modules emphasizing hydraulic pumps, safety, compressed air basics and types of gauges.

    Prerequisite:
    EMTEC 105

    Future Offerings
    2/11-3/4DAILY 8:00a-1:50pKEFOVER JOpenings: 24
  • EMTEC 126Engineering Graphics4 credits

    The student will discover print reading format and dimension with types and symbols. A study of thread specifications and building drawings will be presented. Utilizing state-of-the-art computer interactive software, dynamic lecture and discussion, and hands-on practice, students develop knowledge and skills for careers in industry. Text and basic tools required.

    Prerequisite:
    EMTEC 105

    Future Offerings
    1/26-2/10DAILY 8:30a-1:50pKEFOVER JOpenings: 24
  • EMTEC 131Rigging4 credits

    The student will study and apply industry standard principals to safely plan and facilitate controlled lifting of equipment. Utilizing state-of-the-art computer interactive software, dynamic lecture and discussion, and hands-on practice, students develop knowledge and skills for careers in industry. Text and basic tools required.

    Prerequisite:
    EMTEC 105

    Future Offerings
    1/7-1/23DAILY 8:30a-1:50pKEFOVER JOpenings: 24
  • EMTEC 231Bearings & Drives5 credits

    The student will learn the application and theory of bearing technology with emphasis on storing, installing, and maintenance. The course will include an examination of different drive types with emphasis on theory, maintenance and repair. Utilizing state-of-the-art computer interactive software, dynamic lecture and discussion, and hands-on practice, students develop knowledge and skills for careers in industry. Text and basic tools required.

    Prerequisite:
    EMTEC 105

    Future Offerings
    3/5-3/25DAILY 8:00a-1:50pKEFOVER JOpenings: 24
TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS44 credits

Program Entry Information

Program Start

  • This program admits students once a year, in the fall quarter.

Testing Requirements

These requirements are for the Certificate and are lower than those for the AAS-T degree. Please see the AAS-T Entry Page for AAS-T requirements.

  • Accuplacer Algebra score of 75 or a C grade in Math 098
  • Accuplacer Reading Comprehension score of 71 or a C grade in RDG 085, and Accuplacer Sentence Skills score of 71 or a C grade in ENGL 092.

Program Outcomes

  • Certificate graduates will apply mechanical knowledge and skills to effectively perform basic machine maintenance.
  • Certificate graduates will perform basic machine maintenance tasks adhering to all appropriate safety practices and procedural guidelines.
  • Certificate graduates will work with others as part of a team, giving and receiving feedback and assisting others in completion of tasks.

Jason Kefover - Instructor image

Jason Kefover

 

Area of Instruction


Electro Mechanical Technology, Engineering

 

Degrees and Certifications


M.S., Manufacturing Systems, East Carolina University

B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Penn State University

B.A., Physics, Mansfield University of Pennsylvania

Certificate, Programmable Logic Controllers 1, Assn for Packaging & Processing Technologies

Certificate, WA Professional Technical Certification

Contact Info


360 752-8568
jkefover@btc.ctc.edu
B Building (B) - Room B11-A

 

Background


Profile

Jason has taught at BTC for 5 years. Prior to his tenure at Bellingham Technical College he worked as an Engineer and taught Industrial Maintena...

    • Jason has taught at BTC for 5 years. Prior to his tenure at Bellingham Technical College he worked as an Engineer and taught Industrial Maintenance in the Carolinas. His experience includes work for several major corporations in the Automotive, ¬¬Polymer, and Industrial Robotics industries.

Specialties
Industrial automation, lean manufacturing, and machine maintenance.

    • Industrial automation, lean manufacturing, and machine maintenance.