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Industrial Instrumentation Maintenance Technician

 

 

 

Program Description: This program prepares students for employment in maintaining, repairing, and troubleshooting instrumentation and control systems in different industries such as petroleum, mining, manufacturing, and power plants. A combination of theory and hands-on training offers a variety of modern process measurement and control instrumentation training with actual working processes and computer simulations. The program offers three different kinds of certificates. On successful completion of first-year (two semesters), trainees get a certificate in ‘Instrumentation Basic Skills’. After three semesters (one-and-a-half years) a certificate in ‘Instrumentation Journeyman’ is given. The third certificate ‘Technical Diploma in Instrumentation’ is awarded on successful completion of two years (four semesters).

                                           

VISION: To be one of the leading diploma programs offering high quality training in the field of instrumentation maintenance.

MISSION: The mission of the Industrial Instrumentation Maintenance Technician program is to prepare trainees to perform professionally in the field by equipping them with relevant knowledge, skills and competencies.

GOALS:

G1: To be recognized as an accredited Instrumentation Maintenance diploma program in the country.

G2: To graduate competent and employable instrumentation maintenance technicians for the job market.

G3: To equip the graduates with necessary knowledge and skills to pursue higher studies and stay current with technology.

G4: To equip with a sense of social, ethical and environmental responsibility towards profession and community.

VALUES:

V1: Integrity

V2: Commitment

V3: Excellence

V4: Teamwork

GRADUATE ATTRIBUTES

GA1: Lifelong Learning: The ability to recognize the need for, and have the ability to engage in independent updating of its technical knowledge.

GA2: Technical Communication: The ability to communicate effectively on well-defined engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large.

GA3: Professional Ethics: The ability to understand and commit to professional ethics, responsibilities and norms of technician practice.

GA4: Individual and Team work: The ability to function effectively as an individual, and as a member in a diverse technical team

GA5: Job-readiness: The ability to perform with competence at the workplace utilizing the knowledge and skills learned.

 

 

Career opportunities:

Students who successfully complete this program have various career options, including the following:

  • Calibration, standards and specifications technician
  • Machine maintenance technician
  • Machine operation technician
  • Technician
  • Technical Warehouse Keeper
  • Equipment Operator
  • Trainer Assistant
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