Electrical Technologies Faculty
Associate Professor Electrical Technologies
Keith has over 25 years of experience in the Electrical Industry, working as an installation technician, jobsite foreman, project manager, estimator and instructor. Keith also operates his own small business offering electrical estimating, design, and consultation. Having seen tremendous growth and change in the electrical trade, Keith shares his experiences with his students to help them prepare for their careers.
Keith stays up to date with the latest technologies by attending Photovoltaic system trainings every summer, and is an alumnus of the prestigious CERET/SEI 2012 PV Solar Training Academy in Paonia, Colorado.
Keith teaches electrical theory, mechanical and automated controls, photovoltaics, programmable logic controllers, robotics, and estimating/design. Keith is also the department chairperson for Advanced Manufacturing and Electro-Mechanical Technologies. Electro-Mechanical Technologies is a hybrid degree he created which combines courses from the Electrical and Advanced Manufacturing degrees, specifically designed for factory maintenance personnel.
Keith is also on the leadership team responsible for the rollout of the Advanced Manufacturing program under the TAACCCT grant designed to serve our local manufacturing sector.
Keith's personal interests include snowmobiling, hiking, biking, ATVing, camping, league darts, concerts, road trips and spending time in the North Country.
Gary Barney, Assistant Professor
A.A.S., New Hampshire Vocational Technical College
Carl Daniels, Professor
Electrical Power and Control Technologies, and Advanced Manufacturing
A.S., Industrial Electricity, New Hampshire Technical College
B.A., Technical Business Management, New Hampshire College
Master Electrical License Sate of NH
HVAC Technician Type Universal certification.
Carl has over 30 years of experience in Electrical, HVAC, and Facilities Maintenance. In his career as a Facilities Manager for two large corporate manufacturers Carl has managed countless of energy and mechanical projects in North America. Carl has worked projects in Mexico, United States, and Canada. Carl also has over 10 years of his career working directly in the HVAC field as a technician and installer of HVAC and commercial refrigeration equipment. He brings a vast amount of personal, real life, experiences to his teaching. Carl is also licensed in the electrical field as a master electrical and certified as a Universal Technician in the HVAC industry. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Technical Business Management as well as an Associate Degree in Applied Science majoring in Industrial Electricity.
At Lakes Region Community College Carl teaches in the Energy Services & Technology program as well as in the Electrical and Advanced Manufacturing programs.