Is control systems training right for you?
You have an analytical mind with a mechanical flair. You don’t just want to understand theory, you want to get hands on to make things work.
You’re not intimidated by big, complex systems. You see them as a challenge, and get satisfaction from using your skills to increase speed and efficiency.
The right career for you is one with options, big earning potential and room for advancement. You want to work in a field that’s growing, where you can always keep learning and working with new technology.
Does this sound like you? If so, control systems training could be the path to a successful and rewarding career. Manufacturing plants and engineering firms depend on control systems to maintain the efficiency of highly automated processes and technical systems.
Ranken’s Control Systems Technology program will prepare you to work with the control systems found in manufacturing plants, food processing plants, utilities, refineries, breweries and chemical plants.
Interested in seeing more of our Control Systems Technology facilities? Take an interactive 360° virtual tour of Ranken Technical College’s CONTROL SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY department.
Why choose Ranken for industrial controls training?
In Ranken’s Control Systems Technology program, you’ll get state-of-the-art industrial controls training.
You’ll learn mechanical, electrical, thermal and fluid principles, and you’ll get hands-on training in installing, calibrating, troubleshooting and servicing the various parts of a control system.
Graduates typically enter the field as electrical/instrumentation technicians and control system technicians.
In these roles, you’ll be responsible for maintaining instrumentation, electrical controls, motor controls, programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and computer-based systems found in manufacturing plants, food processing plants, utilities, refineries, breweries and chemical plants.
Interested in seeing more of our Electrical facilities? Take an interactive 360° virtual tour of Ranken Technical College’s ELECTRICAL departments.