With a number of vocational and trade schools available that offer training in industrial technology you can have the career you desire. Accredited certificate and degree programs offer a range of educational opportunities to students. You can train to become a cost estimator, maintenance manager, computer systems analyst, or quality control engineer.
Graduates can find themselves working in systems analysis, maintenance management, industrial production management, cost estimation, quality control, and much more. With a variety of degree and certificate options students may learn chemistry, math, physics, manufacturing, process control, and more depending on their career goals.
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Industrial management professionals are responsible for scheduling, directing, planning, and coordinating the production of manufactured goods. With the option of earning a certificate or an associate's degree up to a master's degree from a number of vocational schools you can train for a variety of positions in the manufacturing industry. Students may find that there are no standard educational requirements in this field but those with a prior degree in management
, business administration, or industrial technology have better chances for employment in industrial management.
There are a number of vocational programs that offer an associates or bachelors degree in maintenance management. With training you will receive the knowledge and skills to work maintaining schools, parks, recreation facilities, industrial complexes, and other areas. Coursework for those looking to start a career in the maintenance management may include mechanical systems, inspection, maintenance, electrical systems, energy management
and much more.
Quality control engineers or quality control inspectors are trained to reduce errors in the manufacturing industry. With an accredited education in industrial technology you can train to be a quality control professional by earning an associate's, bachelors, or masters degree. Students will obtain training in areas like design, process control, product reliability, automated testing, Total Quality Management (TQM), product evaluation, research and development, software, and more. With an accredit education in quality control you can be employed in retail product manufacturing, software development, biochemical engineering
, and other areas.
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When looking for an educational program to attend, it is important that you ensure they carry full accreditation. There are a number of accredited vocational schools that can provide the quality education and training you desire. Accreditation agencies like the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE)
are approved to accredit a variety of programs.
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