Instrumentation Control and Control Technician - 447A
- State-of-the-art facilities
- “Earn while you learn” training model, combining on-the-job and in-school training
- In-school training lead by faculty and staff who are experienced, licensed journeypersons
- You may qualify for income support while in school through Employment Insurance Canada benefits or training allowance
What you'll learn
- Consult manuals, read and interpret circuit diagrams, blueprints and schematics.
- Inspect and test the operation of instruments and systems to diagnose faults using testing devices.
- Write maintenance reports.
- Repair and adjust system components or remove and replace defective parts.
- Calibrate components and instruments.
- Perform scheduled preventative maintenance work.
- Install control and measurement instruments on existing or new plant equipment.
- Observe safety in accordance with government and company standards.
Thinking about an apprenticeship program? Learn how it works.
Offers of classroom training are issued by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU) to registered apprentices who are members in good standing with the Ontario College of Trades (OCOT).
How you’ll gain skills
This apprenticeship program consists of 8,000 hours:
- On-the-Job Training Duration: 7,280 hours with your employer
- In-School Training Duration: 720 hours at Mohawk College
- To view the training standard for this trade, visit: https://www.collegeoftrades.ca/training-standards
Where you can go next:
View our internal pathways map PDF. This Pathways map shows how the identified program can lead to future program choices within Mohawk.
Your future career options:
Machinery and Equipment Wholesaler
Industrial Instrument Technician
Primary Steel Producer
Industrial Chemicals Manufacturer
Where you could work includes:
- Food Processing Plant
Opportunities for grads:
- Certificate of Qualification (C of Q)
Program of Studies
Course Overview & Descriptions
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Program Learning Outcomes, often referred to as ‘Program Standards', set out the essential learning that a student must achieve before being deemed ready to graduate.
In many cases these program learning outcomes were developed by the Ministry of Colleges and Universities (MCU) in consultation with employers and educators who are experts in the program field. To ensure the outcomes remain current and in line with industry needs, we invite our employers, graduates working in the field and current students to re-examine and update them during regular, ongoing program review focus groups.