Safety Training
Business And Industry

High Plains Technology Center has partnered with the Energy Training Council (ETC) to offer nationally recognized safety training for men and women working in all energy industry services. These courses are designed to help workers be better prepared to do their jobs and to enable employers to provide a more safe and healthful working condition by having a well-trained workforce as team participants. Many of our clients find these courses especially helpful as "new employee orientation." 

High Plains Technology Center has recently completed their in-ground and above-ground Confined Space Prop.  Our staff along with CMC Rescue offer industrial rescue training.  For more information about training contact Steven Rogers at srogers@hptc.edu or 580-571-6120.  

High Plains Tech specializes in safety needs assessments and helping organizations develop safety plans. And along with our numerous classes, HPTC has a DVD safety library of more than 400 safety training topics.

Awareness classes include:

  • Bloodborne Pathogens
  • Confined Space Awareness
  • Electrical Safety
  • Environmental Awareness
  • Fall Protection
  • Fire Safety
  • Hazardous Communication
  • H2S Awareness
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Lockout/Tagout
  • Slip, Trips and Falls
  • Substance Abuse
  • Heat Stress

Advanced classes include:

  • Confined Space Rescue 
  • SafeLandUSA
  • Excavation, Shoring & Trenching Competent Person 
  • Fall Protection 
  • Forklift Certification 
  • H2S Certification Training 
  • HAZWOPER 
  • Hands-On Fire Safety 
  • Medic First Aid 
  • Workplace Violence 

OSHA Courses:

  • 10 hr - General and Construction Industry
  • 30 hr - General and Construction Industry
  • OSHA Card awarded

‚Äč

Welcome to the integrated Energy Training Center at High Plains Technology Center in Woodward, OK. Our multi-faceted, integrated energy training initiative currently offers certifications for wind technicians, along with certification within the oil and gas industry, including RigPass.

Our vision for the Integrated Energy Training Center is bold. With safety as our highest priority, we  currently offer integrated energy training programs in the area of compressed natural gas, wind technician and oil field training.

Our goal is to become one of the nation's leaders in integrated energy training, encompassing both renewable and traditional energy resources. With this vision, and a state-of-the-art training center, with the latest technologies available and significant input from industry partners, we are assured our graduates will receive the highest quality training to immediately step into the workforce.

Click below for more information.      

Wind Technician I Training   The Renewable Wind Energy Technician Program is a flexible and affordable course of study that will prepare students for a rewarding career in this fast-growing field.  It is an intense, challenging set of courses, and class size is limited to 20 of the best-qualified applicants.  Students must be in excellent physical condition, weight 265 lbs. or less (due to manufacturer's equipment restrictions), be conversant in English and be comfortable learning to climb and rappel from heights. This program is also PELL-eligible for qualified applicants.  Click here for application.  Next class will begin July 22, 2019.  Click on link above for more information or call 580-571-6167.

Oil and Gas Training  Certified SafelandUSA Orientation provider. SafeLandUSA is an OSHA-based, 8-hour safety awareness course. The class covers 25 safety topics prevalent in construction and the oilfield. Many oil and gas companies require this specific training before you may begin work at their locations or well sites. 

For more information, contact Sheila Reazin at 580-571-6167 or e-mail at sreazin@hptc.edu.

Bloomberg- Nation's Fastest Growing Job

If you don't see something you like or need, just let us know.  Custom classes can also be designed and delivered to meet the specific needs of your company. For more information contact Sheila Reazin at 580-571-6167 or sreazin@hptc.edu.