- Demonstrate basic knowledge of manufacturing practices used in the production of raw materials and products that use those materials.
- Apply a basic knowledge of chemistry and manufacturing processes to solve problems.
- Be accomplished with the use of basic machines and computerized machining (CNC) equipment.
- Read and interpret engineering drawings and apply that information in a simple and logical manner.
- Work effectively with management and production personnel in the operation of a manufacturing facility.
- Work in a team environment to develop a collective hypothesis on the causes of and solutions to problems or production goals.
- Demonstrate computer literacy and use word processing, presentation and manufacturing software programs.
- Produce written technical reports and present results using a variety of communications skills.
- Perform appropriate mathematical functions and apply them on the job.
- Process Control Technician
- R&D Technician
- Chemical Lab Technician
- Chemical Operator
- Local factories
- R&D laboratories
- Chemical mfg. plants
- Industrial plants
The National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technicians offers a voluntary certification program for engineering technicians.
Online Chemical Operator Certificate
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