Engineering in Process Engineering
Process operations personnel are key people responsible for planning, analyzing, and controlling the production process, from the acquisition of raw materials through the production to the distribution of finished items to customers in a variety of process industries. These industries include, but are not limited to, oil and gas exploration and production, petrochemical and refining, chemical and agricultural manufacturing, energy and power generation, water and waste water treatment, food and beverage processing, pharmaceutical and bio-manufacturing, and environmental testing.
Process operations personnel must be flexible since they could be required to work on shift in all types of weather. This career provides a variety of experiences for an individual looking for a challenging occupation.
With state-of-the-art pilot plant, process simulators and computer-based learning combined with classroom education, IMCO’s training programme replicates the challenges of real world industrial plants, where process operations personnel apply their knowledge and skills.
Our programme will help students to develop the skills needed to become a Process Operator (Diploma) or a Process Operations Engineer (Bachelor).
Graduates of the Engineering in Process Engineering Programme can expect to find employment as process operators and engineers in a range of industries, including oil and gas exploration and refining, petrochemicals, offshore petroleum production installations, thermal power plants, water and waste treatment, and primary metal manufacturing facilities.
Graduating with a Bachelor also opens the door to postgraduate studies, which are often required for upper-level management.
Award: Bachelor of Engineering in Process Engineering .
Mode of study: full-time and part-time (5 days a month).
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Part Time - PE Regulations Bachelor Part Time-PE Regulations Diploma
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