In the 2-year Instrumentation, Automation & Robotics Technology program curriculum covers basic mathematics for electronics, electricity, solid state, digital devices, applied physics, and calculus. Programmable logic controllers, transmitters, transducers, recorders, and controllers are used to simulate control techniques. Students study how to monitor, install, troubleshoot, repair, and calibrate process controls for temperature, level, flow, and pressure.
In this hands-on profession, you may find a career that allows you to build on your intellectual knowledge and apply it to real world problems. Graduates of the Instrumentation, Automation & Robotics Technology program find career opportunities in fields such as Aerospace, Agriculture, Energy, Manufacturing, Mining and Refining, Pharmaceuticals, Semi-Conductor Technology, and much more. From retro-fitting and maintaining industrial equipment to installing and upgrading controls systems, your skills and knowledge may help define your key role within the organization.
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Students in the Instrumentation, Automation & Robotics Technology program have the option to also earn an Associate of Applied Science degree from Yakima Valley College along with their PTI certificate. For more information, Click Here
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