Take the first step toward an exciting career in industrial electrical and automation. Learn to troubleshoot, maintain and build electronic circuits including microprocessors and robotics equipment. Approximately 700 hours of lab time gives you hands-on experience in the correct use of tools, testing equipment, troubleshooting procedures and soldering techniques. Graduates may continue on to the second year of the Industrial Automation diploma.
Watch a virtual program information session with instructors Cory Batch and Brad Harsell and recruiter Renae Roles.
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The instructors of the program have extensive knowledge in most of the major industry fields which prepares our students for a diverse range of employment opportunities in automation, instrumentation or electrical.
Cory Batch, CTECH , RSE, Electronics instructor