Lee has been an instructor at NIC for 12 years and teaches all levels of Electrical Apprenticeship.
Lee’s areas of professional interest are:
- process control
- power generation
- solving electrical problems and troubleshooting solutions
Lee spent time in the industry designing, developing, installing, and maintaining PLC systems for use in: modern veneer plant machine control; co-generation, plant management and data acquisition computer control systems; process control for large hog fuel burners; sync to utility and stand-alone generator installations; reciprocating engine and gas turbine automatic control systems. He also has experience with transducer systems, employing them in control and data acquisition systems.
Lee wrote the Alberta Master Electrician exams and BC Class “A” contractor’s license exam and went on to become an Electrical Engineering Technologist, Controls Options, from the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). After more than two decades in his trade, Lee decided it was time to pass on his knowledge and experience so Lee did the Provincial Instructors Diploma program in 1999. To further enhance his communication skills he completed the Mediation program at the Justice Institute in 2004.
In December 2004, Lee Pollack joined North Island College as an instructor in the Electrical Apprenticeship program. Lee brings extensive education, industry, and instructional experience to his position at North Island College.