Industrial Electronics & Automation

Explore integrated control systems, such as industrial computers and interfaces, instrumentation/electrical and information technologies for automating different processes and machineries in industry.

You can study Industrial Automation through the following NIC programs.

The great thing about this industry is the variety – anything you can think about can be automated. The possibilities are endless. It’s really exciting to work in a field like that.
Jonathan Levasseur
Industrial Automation graduate

Meet the Faculty

NIC’s small class sizes means you get one-on-one time with your instructor to ask questions and delve deeply into the material you’re learning. Our instructors welcome questions from prospective students.

Cory Batch

Cory Batch

Faculty

Electronics Tech, Trades & Apprenticeships

Industrial Automation (North Island College, 1998)

Subjects: Electronics, Electrical, Mathematics
cory.batch@nic.bc.ca
Campbell River Campus 250-923-9733 | Location DWG - 217

Brad Harsell

Brad Harsell

Faculty

Certified Engineering Technologist, Applied Science Technologist

Subjects: Electronics
brad.harsell@nic.bc.ca
Campbell River Campus 250-923-9732 | Location DWG - 217