Instrumentation engineering industry plays a crucial role in many sectors, including manufacturing, energy, healthcare and transportation. Instrumentation engineers are responsible for designing, developing and maintaining instrumentation systems that measure and control things like pressure and temperature. As the world moves more toward automation, digitalisation and smart technologies, the instrumentation industry continues to evolve, helping to improve efficiency, productivity and safety across a number of sectors.
Studying instrumentation engineering at TTE, you will be taught the practical and theoretical skills associated with instrumentation and control. You will learn about electrical safety, basic hand tools, AC and DC, cable size and types, instrument drawings and loop sheets, and PLCs.
To complement your practical skills, you will complete a recognised academic qualification, which will include maths, health and safety, instrument theory and process control.