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Ropeway Electrical Maintenance Technician Certificate


To participate in this program you must be: a) a registered apprentice working in an appropriate position for a company which has an approved lift mechanical or electrical apprenticeship program (both the business sponsor and the apprentice will be registered with the U.S. Department of Labor’s Apprenticeship Training program); OR b) be an employee of a lift maintenance/electrical department with the approval of your supervisor.

Colorado Mountain College, Vail Resorts, Inc., the Rocky Mountain Lift Association, and Aspen Skiing Company have cooperated to increase the level of training available to those wishing to pursue a career as a ropeway maintenance technician. CMC offers Ropeway certificates in two disciplines, Ropeway Mechanical Maintenance Technician and Ropeway Electrical Maintenance Technician.

Students must demonstrate acceptable proficiency levels in composition, reading, and mathematics as prerequisites for courses within this certificate. Proficiency may affect the sequence of classes in which students can enroll and may also extend the time required to complete this program. For more details, please see the Academic Placement and Testing  section or contact the Ski Area Operations faculty.

The Ropeway Electrical Maintenance Technician program is administered by Ski Area Operations (SAO) at Colorado Mountain College in Leadville; please contact them at 719-486-4228 for information. The program course offerings are delivered at the Leadville campus and online; some of the courses will only be available at the Leadville campus and others will only be available online. Please contact the SAO program faculty who assist the students in the development of individual schedules. 

Graduates of the program will receive a Certificate of Occupational Proficiency in Ropeway Electrical Maintenance Technician.

CMC also offers certificates in Ropeway Mechanical Maintenance Technician Ski Patrol Operations  and Slopes and Trails Maintenance  as well as an Associate of Applied Science degree in Ski Area Operations 

Learn more about the Ropeway Maintenance Programs

Minimum Hours Required


Minimum Credit Hours Required (34)
Minimum Contact Hours Required (510)

For federal student aid purposes, this program is defined as 34 credits hours and 30 weeks of instruction and is financial aid eligible.

Note:


State Guaranteed Transfer 

Generally Transferable

Not all programs/courses are available at every campus and may require travel to another campus or access via technology-enabled learning (video-conferencing, hybrid, or online).