Why Study Instrumentation and Control ?

DEC. 5, 2019

UEE31211 Certificate III in Instrumentation and Control is the study of process automation and is the future of many industries such as waste management, water management, oil and gas, mining, pharmaceutical, automotive, breweries, cement, paper industries, and manufacturing. Although machines are taking over every day human tasks, we still need humans to service, calibrate, fault find, design and install equipment. Usually these jobs are known as instrumentation technicians. Today there are 570 opportunities within Australia just in that sector, however there are many more opportunities within different industries and under different titles. There are real jobs available, waiting for trained individuals to engage them.


EIM International Training is a Registered Training Organisation operating for several years. With international campuses on the sunny Gold Coast and tropical Cairns, EIM International Training now both Regional locations.


EIM International Training  prides themselves on their exceptional Instrumentation and control program, which provides competencies to select, install, set up, test, fault find, repair and maintain systems and devices for measurement and recording of physical/chemical phenomenon and related process control. This trade qualification is offered on the national skill shortage list, meaning there are countless job opportunities available upon the completion of this qualification.  The qualification runs for 103 weeks and includes 360 hours of vocational placement, which is a fantastic way to obtain industry experience whilst making valuable connections for your instrumentation and control career!


With quarterly intakes, industry relevant trainers, and NO EXAMS, there really is no excuse to not start your instrumentation and control career today!


Contact students@asr.net.au for more information