At A Glance
Certificate program offering industry-based education and training to students who possess a mechanical mindset.
Students receive hands-on training so they’re well equipped for the natural gas industry.
Graduates will continue to see employment opportunities as 50% of the current workforce is expected to retire in the next five to seven years.
Petroleum mechanics make an average of almost $58,000 a year.
Available at the School of Petroleum & Natural Gas in Tunkhannock.
Welcome to Petroleum & Natural Gas Compressor/Engine Mechanic-Certificate Program
Your Career Starts Here
More About the Program
The Petroleum & Natural Gas Compressor/Engine Mechanic certificate gives students hands-on compressed natural gas training.
The certificate program is the first step to a fulfilling career. You can work your way up in the field or continue on in your education, perhaps to earn an associate degree in petroleum and natural gas business administration or technology.
The Course Work
Some of the classes offered include Intro to Petroleum & Natural Gas, Industrial Safety, PNG Handling & Processing and Compressor and Engine mechanics. These courses are offered exclusively at the School of Petroleum & Natural Gas in Tunkhannock, PA.
Tuition for the Petroleum and Natural Gas Compression/Engine Mechanic certificate program is $9,995.
Lackawanna College is approved by the Pennsylvania State Department of Education to grant bachelor’s degrees, associate degrees, and professional certificates and is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, which is designated as a National Accrediting Agency by the U.S. Office of Education.