Get Started as a Ropeway Maintenance Technician

Students working within the ski industry utilize the internet to earn their Ropeway Maintenance Technician Certificate from CMC


Colorado Mountain College offers flexible pricing to accommodate a variety of needs.


COST PER CREDIT: $65 In-district
$147 In-state
$440 Out-of-state

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  • $100 per Continuing Education Credit (10 clock hours = 1 CEU)

photo - tram training facility on the CMC campusRopeway maintenance technician classes are taught almost entirely over the Internet. Students are required to have access to the World Wide Web and utilize e-mail to complete these courses. Additionally, there are specific system requirements for your computer.  Learn more about Colorado Mountain College’s Online Learning.

The Ropeway Maintenance Technician program is administered by Ski Area Operations at the Timberline Campus in Leadville, please e-mail or telephone 719-468-4228 for information on this program.

To earn your Certificate of Occupational Proficiency you must demonstrate college-level reading, writing, and mathematics skills before entering this program. Your skills in these areas may affect the sequence of courses in which you can enroll and may also extend the time required to complete this program.

This program has certain physical and academic standards which you will be required to meet before you are admitted to the program. Students accepted into the college’s vocational programs must be physically, mentally, and emotionally self-supportive with reasonable accommodations. If there is a concern about meeting the physical and academic standard, students need to contact the Disability Services who will determine the student’s ability to participate in this program.

For more information you can contact our Admissions staff at:

Colorado Mountain College
802 Grand Ave.
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601