Humber’s Electrical Engineering Technician – Control Systems diploma program focuses on three major concentrations in electrical engineering:
Our courses are designed in collaboration with an industry advisory panel, ensuring you learn current and relevant material. The program blends classroom theory with laboratory work on subjects such as electric devices and circuits, digital and programming fundamentals, power generation and distribution, electrical computer-aided design and drafting (CADD), electrical code, programmable logic controllers (PLCs), and technical communications.
Complex and challenging assignments prepare you for the realities of a control systems and electrical engineering career.Courses Program Standards
Upon successful completion of the program, a graduate will:
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Rewarding opportunities are available to those with specialized training in modern industrial equipment, which integrates the electrical engineering technology and instrumentation areas. Watch the video to find out more.
This advanced diploma program at Humber uses state-of-the art equipment in the labs for the students to get practical training which is augmented by the academic knowledge they gain during classroom teaching.
The most up-to date software is used to simulate the real time solutions of today’s industrial needs in all the concentrations such as Power, Process Instrumentation and PLC Controls.
How did Work Placement Services help you prepare for your placement?
Jump-start your career in the power industry, process instrumentation field as a control specialist or working with programmable logic controllers (PLCs).
Our graduates can find work as technicians – designing, maintaining, servicing or selling automated industrial, electrical machines, electrical control, power and process instrumentation systems and equipment.
Some employers of our graduates include ABB Inc., Aztec Electrical Supply, Canada Bread, City of Brampton, Street Lighting Department, Eastern Power Limited, Enersource Hydro Mississauga, Siemens Building Technologies Inc., Toronto Transit Commission (TTC), Hydro One and Ontario Power Generation.
Humber student Jacob Tustin has won Gold for the Automation & Controls contest at this year’s Ontario Technological Skills Competition.
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