Upon successful completion of the program, graduates will be able to:
- Calibrate and maintain instrument components used to control or measure level, pressure, ﬂow and temperature.
- Consult manufacturers’ manuals to determine testing and maintenance procedures.
- Use pneumatic, electrical, and electronic testing devices to inspect and test plant instruments.
- Read and interpret instrumentation drawings.
- Work as a member of a team in a variety of technical projects and tasks.
- Apply safe work practices and personal protection.
With industry becoming increasingly automated, instrumentation technicians are needed virtually anywhere there are control and metering systems. They are employed in the following industries: petrochemical, oil and natural gas companies, industrial chemicals manufacturers, electricity power generating companies, primary steel producers, industrial instrument and other manufacturing companies, fertilizer production companies, and industrial instrument servicing.
The curriculum is being designed to reflect competencies throughout the program.
Support units will include language studies, communications, mathematics, science and computer applications.
Discipline-specific courses include hand tools, power tools, fasteners, electrical theory, instrument measurement, process systems and equipment, controls, digital automation, occupational health and safety, electronics and analyzers.
Workplace learning semesters alternate with College shop and classroom semesters as part of the training program. These semesters provide students the opportunity to gain valuable related work experience.
We are excited you are interested in joining CNA-Q's Technician Preparatory Program! You can request for more information or contact below for general inquires:
+974 4495 2311