MIAT College of Technology Houston, Texas Campus
Aviation maintenance mechanics enjoy being part of one of the world’s largest and most dynamic industries.
If you’re an analytical, logically-minded individual who enjoys working with your hands and you’re looking to get established in a technical career (without spending years in school) you owe it to yourself to take a few minutes to consider your potential in aviation maintenance.*
The energy technology industry continues to grow and diversify, and so does the demand for an educated, well-trained workforce. Individuals with energy technician training may pursue positions in a variety of fields, including wind, gas, coal, nuclear, solar, standby power, geothermal, hydroelectric, methane/landfill gas generation, power distribution and dispatch, and water treatment.
In this day and age, more and more of a focus is being placed on generating cost-efficient, environmentally friendly energy sources. And with these new industry demands comes increased need for qualified energy technicians.*
Do you want a career that challenges your thinking and elevates your technical abilities to the next level? MIAT College of Technology is here to provide you with knowledge and training that will propel you into the growing field of Robotics and Automation Technology.*
Heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration (HVACR) technicians install, repair, maintain, and upgrade systems that control air temperature and quality in numerous settings and establishments. HVAC job growth is propelled by new construction and the need to retrofit or upgrade older systems as more energy efficient equipment is released and new safety and environmental regulations come into effect.*
*Some programs may require longer than one year to complete.
Getting the Non-Destructive Testing Technician (NDT) training is a great investment in your future career in a variety of industries! Inquire today to learn more about MIAT College of Technology’s NDT program.*
Houston is the most populous city in Texas and the fourth most populous city in the United States, located in Southeast Texas near the Gulf of Mexico. Its economy has a broad industrial base in energy, manufacturing, aeronautics/aviation, and transportation.
As of 2009, Texas led the nation in the production of crude oil, natural gas, wind energy, and electricity. In response to the growing power industry in the region, MIAT College of Technology officially opened a campus in Houston in 2010. The technical school campus is ideally located by one of the top epicenters for energy production in the United States.
The training provided by MIAT’s technical programs gives college students the opportunity to be at the forefront of emerging industry and to find careers for themselves within aviation, power, and hvacr fields. To cater to the needs of the local market, Houston’s campus maintains a central focus on traditional methods for generating energy, namely oil and gas.*
*MIAT is an educational institution and cannot guarantee employment or salary.