About this course
Instrumentation technicians troubleshoot, maintain, repair, replace and install process control equipment to produce quality products and ensure environmental protection, safety and cost-effective operations. They work in a wide variety of industrial settings including pulp, paper and chemical mills, petroleum, steel and automotive manufacturing.
The Alabama Southern Industry Alliance for a Technologically Advanced Workforce has helped us build a workforce development program that is recognized as one of the nation’s best. Graduates exit the program with hands-on skills and knowledge recognized by industry partners as â€¨the key competencies to succeed in the field of instrumentation technology.