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Automation for Industrial Systems Program

On the Job - Life after WITC

Graduates install, troubleshoot, program, and repair electrical, light mechanical, and computer systems used in industry to control and automate machines or processes.

The equipment that they deal with controls machines used in manufacturing and equipment used to control continuous processes. Examples include power utilities, petrochemical and chemical, paper, plastics, municipal water and wastewater, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, renewable energy, and control equipment support by vendors and engineering firms.

Graduates have gone to work as Field Service Engineers, Automation Engineers, Instrumentation Technicians, Electricians, Control Systems Programmers, Control Systems Designers, Process Operators, and Maintenance Technicians.

Some employers of WITC IACN graduates include: Industrial Automation Controls, and Networking program on the job experience.