NJATC/EPRI Instrumentation Certification Information

About
The NJATC on behalf of the IBEW and in cooperation with the United Association of Plumbers and Pipefitters (UA) is presently administering a certification exam for a Journeyman Wireman to demonstrate his or her proficiency in the field of instrumentation. This program is one method for a Journeyman Wireman to assess his or her skills in the field of Instrumentation.

The testing and evaluation process, monitored by the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), provides a formal, independent assessment of the knowledge and skills of Journeyman Wiremen.

These certification exams can be locally hosted by JATCs. Successful candidates have been posted to the NJATC’s website and are listed with EPRI for use by prospective employers and utilities requiring preemployment knowledge assessment in the field of instrumentation.

To learn more, click on the image above or here: http://www.njatc.org/cert/inst/about.aspx.

FIND A CLASS

To locate available Instrumentation classes at one of the Training Centers in the NJATC’s network click here: http://www.njatc.org/training/schedules.aspx?courseID=29

Instrumentation training is currently available outside of the NJATC’s network of Training Centers. See the following colleges of the Technical College System of Georgia:

College Campus Program Area Program
Code
Award
Level
Central Georgia Macon Campus Instrumentation Technology IA31 TCC
Georgia Northwestern Floyd County Campus Instrumentation Technology IA31 TCC
Georgia Northwestern Polk County Campus Instrumentation Technology IA31 TCC
Georgia Northwestern Walker County Campus Instrumentation Technology IA31 TCC

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