The Dragonskolan Technology Center is intended to ensure the region's labor needs. Courses are provided in state-of-the-art facilities and in close collaboration with local industry.
The area of the school building itself amounts to more than 40 000 m2, of which the Technology center occupies approximately 3600 m2. Out of almost 2000 students enrolled at Dragonskolan, 350 study at the Technology center.
This unique investment in technology education at the Dragonskolan is made possible with support from Komatsu Forest.
In addition to upper-secondary education, the Technology Center also offers professional training and vocational college studies.
The Technology Program, is a college and university preparatory program
The Industrial Technology Program, is a vocational education, but students can also take courses to qualify for university studies.
They learn everything they need to work with operational reliability and maintenance engineering, product and mechanical engineering or welding technology.
Electricity and Energy Program (Automation), is a vocational education, but students can also take courses to qualify for university studies.
With the Electricity and Energy Program, students learn about the divisions between electronics, computer technology and operational and maintenance engineering.
Here students develop their ability to plan, install and get automated production systems up and running. They learn about maintenance and troubleshooting of industrial facilities.