Industrial Instrumentation and Controls Technicians apply, install, repair, calibrate and tune those measurement and control
The Industrial Instrumentation & Controls Technician program stresses practical, hands-on experience to complement theory. This program will appeal to learners who enjoy mechanical work, as it utilizes the student's electronic knowledge in industrial instrumentation applications.
The program is divided into two levels. Successful completion of the first level will be required before continuing to the second level.
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This program will open new career opportunities for electronics core graduates, as well as address the requirements of the industrial instrumentation industry for skilled and qualified control technicians. Graduates will meet the needs of instrument service and sales companies, the heating and ventilating field, and environmental and pollution control work. They will be ready to enter employment in a variety of manufacturing processes such as food processing, manufacturing, oil refining, mining, and pulp and paper industries. Graduates may also qualify for advanced standing as indentured candidates with the Industrial Instrumentation Apprenticeship program.
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