Instrumentation and Control Technician
Instrumentation and control technicians install and service a variety of plant systems including safety and security, energy delivery (hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical), communication, and process control systems. They also install and service measuring and indicating instruments to monitor processes and equipment.
Designation Year: 1964
Designated Red Seal in: AB, BC, MB, NB, NL, NS, NT, NU, ON, PE, SK, YT
Trade title: Instrumentation and Control Technician, in AB, MB, NB, NL, NS, ON, PE, SK
Other titles used in provinces/territories: Industrial Instrument Mechanic (BC, YT), Industrial Instrument Technician (NU), Instrument Technician (NT)
View the most recent standard. This is the complete description of the activities of the Instrumentation and Control Technician trade.
View the National Standard that is being used as the basis for the current Red Seal exams. New exams that are based on the new standard are currently under development.
Please refer to the Essential Skills section of the trade’s Occupational Standard that describes the essential skills needed to succeed in this trade.
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Consult the Red Seal Exam Breakdown to see how many exam questions are on each exam section.
Consult the Ellis Chart for a full breakdown of apprenticeship data from across Canada for the trade of Instrumentation and Control Technician.
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