NVQ Level 3 in Instrumentation and Control
This qualification is intended for those learners wishing to develop an advanced understanding of instrumentation and process control systems within the Instrumentation and Control industry or for those working within the industry who wants to update their skill set. This qualification is for persons whose job roles involve a broad range of skill applications with leadership/supervisory responsibilities relating to Instrumentation and Control. They give some leadership and guidance to others in the application and planning of the skills. The knowledge and skills components are geared towards selecting, installing, setting up, calibrating, testing, fault finding, repairing, and maintaining systems and devices for measurement and recording of physical/chemical phenomenon and related process control.
Persons who complete this qualification can be employed in the following jobs:
Job title: Instrument Technician, Instrumentation and Control Technician
Job Qualifications include: Nil
Career path – articulation and specialization
After achieving this EEM30316 Certificate in Instrumentation and Control, individuals could progress
to a wide range of other qualifications in the Electrical Engineering and Metal Engineering industries.
- Listing ID: 3822
- Institution Category: Specialised Institutions
- Field of Study: Instrumentation and Control Engineering
- Awarding Body: NCTVET
- Qualification Level:
- Education Sector: General Education
- Qualification Code: EEM30316
- ISCED Code: 07 Engineering, Manufacturing & Construction- 071 Engineering & Engineering Trades- 0715 Mechanics & Metal Trade
- Qualification Developer: NCTVET Occupational Standards Development Department
- Quality Assurance Body: NCTVET
For this qualification plan the prerequisite(s) is/are:
EEM20416 – Instrumentation and Control Level 2
Individuals may enter level III Certification in the Instrumentation and Control Industry with a relevant level 2 vocational experience and qualification. Where lower-level qualification plans exist, these MUST be completed. Otherwise, evidence for competencies equivalent to lower-level qualifications must be provided at registration/prior to commencement of the program/before certification.