If you have strong mathematical and problem-solving skills, a job as an instrumentation engineer may be perfect for you.
What is instrumentation engineering?
Instrumentation engineering is the field of creating control systems, especially in the electrical and pneumatic domains. Instrumentation engineers design, develop, install, and maintain equipment to monitor and control machinery. Instrumentation engineering is considered to be one of the most sophisticated branches of engineering. They configure automated processes to improve the productivity, reliability, and safety of production.
Instrumentation Engineers have a bright future ahead of them as they are needed by almost all industries in various cadres like Design, Development, Automation, Control, Fabrication, Inspection, Quality Control, Maintenance, Service, and so on.
Graduates from instrumentation and control programs can expect to fill positions such as:
Instrumentation Technologists or Technician
Control Systems Technologist
Instrumentation engineering is a career with diverse job opportunities and the demand is especially high in heavy industry, oil and gas, mining, manufacturing, and production. The average salary for instrumentation engineers in 2019 was $81,923.
The application of instrumentation abounds in every industry as well as in our daily life, from automobiles to oil and gas, power and energy, aircraft, agriculture, and pharmaceuticals, just to mention a few. This course will focus on the fundamental principles used in instrumentation and will gravitate into complex instrumentation, measurement, and control content. The topics covered start with an introduction to the concept of instrumentation and measurement ranging from pressure, level, temperature, and flow devices, followed by a review of process control, including the vital topic of PID loop tuning.
Our curriculum helps you to become a ready-to-hire instrumentation engineer in just 6 months. After 3 months of virtual classroom training, you will spend 3 months on project-based learning, where you will learn the fundamentals of participating in a project by working closely with your mentor. In addition, you will learn to use state the art automation software.
You will receive a verifiable and shareable certificate from the academy upon completion of the course. Employers will be able to validate this certificate by using the student’s unique identification number.
Our tutors and mentors are industry experts with over 15 years of hands-on experience, and they are ready to guide you and ensure you get the necessary knowledge needed to become a successful instrumentation engineer.
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