Men and women working as Field Service Technicians complete highly technical tasks that require advanced training and knowledge. Due to the advancements in electro-mechanical systems, interdisciplinary fields are rapidly developing to address the design, operation and maintenance of products, and systems that require a working knowledge of both mechanical and electronic components.
A Field Service Technician installs and maintains equipment, instrumentation, controls, and electro-mechanical systems. Courses provide training in hydraulics/pneumatics, DC/AC circuits, and petroleum instrumentation. This program prepares a student to enter industry as a technician in support of electro-mechanical, petroleum, and manufacturing technologies.
After completing the Field Service Technician program, a student can obtain employment in Industry as a Field Service Technician with a median beginning wage of $45,000.00.
This certificate prepares students to enter industry as a technician in support of electro-mechanical systems, petroleum, and manufacturing technologies.
Program cost: $4,667.50
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