Industrial Instrumentation and Electrical Technology
What is the Industrial Instrumentation and Electrical Technician program?
This program trains students to become competent, qualified instrument technicians who can meet the ever-changing demands of modern industry. It also provides training in electrical skills that are necessary when working in this industry. This program is offered to provide training leading to employment for area residents as a result of business/industrial demand.
- Demonstrate safety knowledge and practices in the shop.
- Demonstrate ability to install, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair various types of measuring and control instruments and peripherals such as measuring, transmitting, indicating, recording, and controlling devices, final elements, PLC, DCS, optical instruments, and control areas of electronics, motor controls, and different types of measuring systems.
- Demonstrate Industrial Electrical skills needed in the field.
- Demonstrate appropriate knowledge gained from general education courses.
- Associate of Applied Science (AAS)
- Technical Diploma (TD)
- Admissions Application (submitted online)
- Official transcripts from accredited high school or HISET/GED and colleges/universities, if applicable
- Proof of immunization or signed waiver
- Proof of Selective Service if required
- Driver's License or photo ID
- If applicable, ACCUPLACER test prior to enrollment or ACT scores accepted
- Admission to various programs may require additional documentation and/or requirements
- FAFSA to apply for financial aid
- WIOA (Workforce Investment Opportunity Act)
- VA (Veteran’s Assistance)
- TOPS (Taylor Opportunity Program for Students)
- GO GRANT