Electrical and Electroninc Engineering Control Instrumentation Diploma at Mawego Technical Training Institute.
This Electrical and Electroninc Engineering (Control and Instrumentation) course offered at Mawego Technical Training Institute is a 3 years Diploma program accredited by KNEC.
Electrical and Electroninc Engineering (Control and Instrumentation)
Instrumentation & Control is the branch of engineering that deals with process measurement and its control. The various industrial processes require a series of measurements & controls to achieve the required final product. Thus, instrumentation has vital importance for these processes to control and maintain some variables constant.
Instrumentation engineering especially focuses on the principle and operation of measuring instruments that have wide applications in the design and configuration of automation systems. The automation system may be applicable for electrical, pneumatic domains, or other domains.
Controls deals with automation and the development of process control systems.
Instrumentation and Control Engineers design, install, and maintain electronics and control equipment for a wide range of industries in the sector including vehicle manufacture, aerospace, food and beverage production, transport, IT and leisure.
This 3 years course has a strong technical element that will help you develop the skills you need to succeed. If you are employed in the industry this course will provide you with advanced knowledge and skills which will enhance your career prospects.
Control and instrumentation engineers ensure that industrial equipment and machinery work safely and efficiently. They may work in an office, a laboratory, on a factory floor or all three. Control and instrumentation engineering has become very popular among students as these courses have great career prospects.
Electrical and Electroninc Engineering (Control and Instrumentation) Entry Requirements
- KCSE Mean Grade C- (Minus) or
- Pass in relevant Craft Course or
- Equivalent qualification approved by KNEC.