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Name:Brazosport College - Instrument Technology
Description:In Brazoria County, there are about 20 petrochemical companies that employ more than 14,000 individuals, making it the largest industry in our county. Instrument technicians are a central part of these petrochemical facilities. They work with instruments to monitor flow, level, pressure, temperature and chemical composition.
Instrument technicians design, install, repair and troubleshoot the control systems & instrumentation used in processing plants. Instrument technicians also work in the manufacturing and sales of control systems for the process industry.
Brazosport College classes provide hands-on labs with current instrumentation used in local industry. You will also work with instructors who have contacts in the field and who have real-life experience.
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Address: 500 College Drive, Lake Jackson, Texas 77566
Phone:(979) 230-3020
Fax:(979) 230-3376
Name:Lee College 
Description:Lee College serves as a focal point for the development of educated, gainfully employed, and socially aware residents of our local community. Lee College is eighth in the U.S. for associate degrees awarded in science technologies. This program prepares students for entry-level positions as construction and maintenance Instrument Technicians, Instrument and Electrical Technicians, Process Technicians, Contract Technicians as well as Sales and Service Representatives.
More info:Main Campus info:
Phone: (936) 291-0452
Address: 200 Lee Dr, Baytown, TX 77520

Contact: Rod Hellyer
Phone: (281) 425-6460
Email: rhellyer@lee.edu
Website: http://www.lee.edu/learning/workforce-training/

Name:ABC Greater Houston Chapter/CMEF
Description:CMEF has regularly scheduled craft training classes in core, electrical, instrumentation, millwright, pipefitting, carpentry, industrial painting, industrial insulation, rigging, scaffolding, welding, construction site safety technician, and crew leadership.
More info:Website: http://www.cmefhouston.org/
Address: 2950 East X Street, La Porte, TX 77571
Phone:(281) 478-3900
Contact: Blair Williamson
Name:ABC Southeast Texas Chapter
Description:The ABC Construction Training Center has regularly scheduled craft training classes in core, electrical, instrumentation, millwright, boilermaker, pipefitting, civil carpentry, industrial painting, industrial insulation, welding and construction site safety technician.
More info:Address: 2600 N. Twin City Highway, Nederland, Texas 77627
Phone: (409) 724 7886
Toll-Free: (800) 688 7886
Fax: (409) 724 2519

Name:Houston Community College
Description:Instrumentation & Controls Engineering Technology

As a Technician, you will repair, maintain and install sophisticated systems to control processes in a process or manufacturing plant. You will be a key member in maintaining safe and reliable operation.
More info:Houston Community College Northeast
Science & Engineering Technologies
555 Community College Drive
Houston, TX, 77013
Phone: (713) 718-5293
Fax: (713) 718-2690

Website: http://northeast.hccs.edu/departments/set/instrumentation-&-controls-engineering-technology/

Name:San Jacinto College
Description:Working in one of the most comprehensive industrial computer control labs in the country, you will learn how to install, maintain, and troubleshoot intelligent integrated control systems, developing skills highly sought after in the workplace.
More info:San Jacinto College Central Campus
8060 Spencer Hwy.
Pasadena, TX 77505
Phone:(281) 998-6150 x 2716

Website: http://www.sanjac.edu/instrumentation

Name:Lamar Institute of Technology
Description:The Instrumentation Program of study will prepare graduates to diagnose problems in control loops used in automated manufacturing systems. Pneumatic and electronic control systems, control loop adjustments and their analysis, process computers, process simulation, and programmable logic controllers will be studied. Graduates will be proficient in calibration, troubleshooting and maintenance of hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical and electronic control devices. They can also function in the electrical maintenance and electrical distribution-related occupations.
More info:Coordinator: Jacobs, Weldon C
Office: Technical Building 4, Room 105
Address: 855 E. Lavaca St., Beaumont, TX 77705
Phone:(409) 880-8232

Email: Instrumentation@lit.edu
Website: http://www.lit.edu/depts/technology/programs/instrumentation.aspx