instrumentation engineering technician


Instrumentation engineering technicians assist instrumentation engineers in the development of control equipment, such as valves, relays, and regulators, which can be used to monitor and control processes. Instrumentation engineering technicians are responsible for building, testing, monitoring, and maintaining of equipment. They use wrenches, beam cutters, grind saws, and overhead cranes to build and repair equipment.

Alternative label

  • technician in instrumentation engineering

  • measurement and control engineering technologist

  • control and instrumentation technologist

  • technologist in control and instrumentation equipment

  • instrumentation technician

  • instrumentation technologist

  • instrumentation engineering assistant

  • C&I engineering technician

  • C&I technologist

  • control and instrumentation engineering technician

Regulatory aspect

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Essential skills and competences

Essential Knowledge

Optional skills and competences

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