Electrical & Instrumentation Technology

The Electrical & Instrumentation Technology AAS Degree is designed to prepare students for positions in the installation, repair and maintenance of commercial electrical and electronic equipment. Graduates of the program can select from a broad spectrum of electronics/electrical career options. For examples of some of the career options see the section “Employment Data” below. The first year of the program begins with a foundation of basic electronics/electrical systems. Then in the second year the student can decide on what area of electronics or industrial electrical technology they wish to pursue. In addition to our standard Electrical & Instrumentation Technology degree, we offer three additional learning options within the program: Electric Utility Lineworker, apprenticeships with two different Arizona mining companies, and internships with local electronics companies.


Explore more about each degree option.....

Electrical & Instrumentation Technology Degree w/ Program Options:

  • Electrical Utility Lineworker option
  • with an Apprenticeship
  • with an Internship

 
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Electrical & Instrumentation Tech
 Degree: AAS in Electrical & Instrumentation Technology

Associate of Applied Science Degrees:

AAS - Electrical & Instrumentation Technology

The Electrical & Instrumentation Technology degree is designed to prepare students for positions in the installation, repair and maintenance of commercial electrical and electronic equipment.

 Certifications

Certification:

Electrical Instrumentation Technician

The Electrical Instrumentation Technician certificate is designed to prepare students for positions in the installation, repair and maintenance of commercial electrical and electronic equipment.

Electronics Technology

The Electronics Technology certificate prepares students for a wide variety of careers in Electronics Technology as an electronics technician, communications technician or field service engineer.

Electric Utility Technology

The certificate in Electric Utility Technology is designed to prepare the student for a position as an apprentice-level line worker who is familiar with the use of tools, materials, and equipment of the electric utility industry. Students will be trained in power line installation and maintenance, pole climbing and use of tools, truck and equipment operation, and overhead and underground distribution, construction and maintenance of electrical lines.


 Facilities and Features

CTEC Campus:

Brand new 4,000 square foot electronics lab with:

  • Twenty fully equipped electronics benches with state of the art electronics test equipment:
  • Dell personal computer
  • Agilent/Tektronix 100MHz dual-trace digital storage oscilloscopes
  • Agilent/Tektronix 100MHz arbitrary function generators
  • B&K spectrum analyzers
  • B&K tri-output bench power supplies
  • Global Industries powered protoboards
  • Metcal precision soldering stations
  • Fluke 179 digital multimeters
  • Ten stand-alone process control trainers with industrial-quality sensors/transducers
  • Nine conduit bending stations with Greenlee 555 power bender
  • Five GE FANUC LR-mate 2001a six-axis industrial robots with infrared vision
  • Four motor control trainers with fault-insertion capabilities
  • Unitrol 480VAC motor control center with multiple three phase motors
  • Ten GE Series 90 Programmable Logic Controllers
  • 150 pieces of pre-bugged equipment for electronic troubleshooting class (ELT 258)

Chino Valley Campus:

Climbing yard and lineman equipment:

  • State of the art climbing yard
  • Option of utilizing helicopters for training
  • And a wide array of hot stick tools and latters
  • Currently three acres with the potential of fifty acres for training
  • Bucket Truck and Digger Derrick
  • Poles, Tensioners, Rope Rigs

Contact Information

Contact the instructors below to explore more about each certificate option.

Rick Peters
Drew Lindsey