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Craft Tour Poster #6 - Instrumentation Technician, HVAC & Electrician

Craft Tour Poster #6 - Instrumentation Technician, HVAC & Electrician

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The craft professional posters highlight three craft areas per poster. This poster features the instrumentation technician, HVAC technician and electrician.


This poster is 17”x 44” and sold individually. Allow four to six weeks for delivery because this item is printed on demand. Please note that due to this item being print on demand, it can not be returned or exchanged.


Poster Content

Instrumentation Technician

WAGES: $32.39 Hourly / $67,380 Annually*

Are you a problem solver with a knack for small details? Instrumentation may be the perfect craft profession for you. Instrument fitters and technicians perform key installation and maintenance functions across several industries and are trained in piping, tubing, fasteners and metallurgy. Instrumentation technicians and fitters have to be familiar with electrical systems, craft-specific drawings, and must be experts in the hand and power tools specific to their trade.


Education: Three to four years of classroom and on-the-job training.


Qualifications: Manual dexterity, hand-eye coordination, physical fitness and a good sense of balance. Instrumentation technicians also need to have the ability to solve complex problems using reasoning and advanced math.


HVAC Technician

WAGES: $25.01 Hourly / $52,026 Annual*

Are you into model building or have named yourself Mr. Fix It? HVAC technicians are always piecing things together as they install, maintain, and repair heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems. HVAC covers it all: motors, compressors, pumps, fan, thermostats, and computerized switch control systems in residential, commercial and industrial structures. Specialize in specific equipment, such as hydronics (water-based heating systems), solar panels or commercial refrigeration.


Education: One to two years of classroom and on-the-job training. Some states require licensure by passing written examination.


Qualifications: Good hand-eye coordination, physical dexterity, mechanical and mathematical aptitude. Some states require licensure by passing a written examination. Also, HVAC technicians frequently communicate directly with clients, so courtesy and tact is a must.


Electrician

WAGES: $28.14 Hourly / $58,537 Annual*

If you’re into sound systems, robotics, or tinkering with wires, you may want to consider a career as an electrician. Electricians install and maintain all of the electrical and power systems for our homes, businesses and factories. They install and maintain the wiring and control equipment through which electricity flows. They also install and maintain electrical equipment and machines in factories and a wide range of other businesses. Electricians in large factories usually do maintenance work that is more complex.


Education: Two to four years of classroom and on-the-job training. A high school diploma or G.E.D. is required for most apprenticeship programs.


Qualifications: Manual dexterity, hand-eye coordination, physical fitness and a good sense of balance. Electricians also need good color vision in order to recognize electrical wires by color.

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