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Instrument Tech, Electrical Tech, PLC Tech, & Analyzer Technician classes start every four months.

We are so much more than a training facility, call (832) 926-4717 or (281) 515-2086 for more information.

NCCER Written Assessments offered for all crafts.

Performance Verifications offered in Instrument Tech, Instrument Fitter, and Electrical.



The cost of the Spring II 2020 Instrumentation Technician classes is $5860.00 for the 16 weeks.

  • Mon/Wed | 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm | Begins March 23, 2020

  • Sat AM | 8 am - 3 pm | Begins March 28, 2020

  • $1500.00 to reserce your seat

  • Additional $3160.00 by March 14, 2020. The remainder $1200.00 in 12 weekly payments starting the week of March 23, 2020.


Books for this class are $300.00 for the set

We offer a 4-month intensive, hands-on program. Learn to troubleshoot and repair analyzers used in the industry such as: Gas Chromatography, IR / UV, Paramagnetic O2, H2S / Total Sulfur, Sample Systems.

This is a 4-month program where you will learn much more than conduit bending. During the course of this program, the trainee will study and attempt the written assessment for Industrial Electrician. Upon successful completion of the Electrical Tech program, a trainee will be NCCER Knowledge verified for Industrial Electrician.

The cost of the Summer 2020 Electrical Tech classes is $4860.00 for the 16 weeks.

  • Sat AM | 8 am - 3 pm | Begins March 28, 2020

  • $1500.00 to reserve your seat

  • Additional $2160.00 by April 18, 2020. The remainder $1200.00 in 12 weekly payments starting the week of May 4, 2020



Our Instrument Technician program is an intense, hands-on 4-month program during which the trainee will learn to calibrate pressure, level, flow and temperature transmitters and switches. The trainee will also learn to use the Fluke multimeters, HART 475, and a host of other test equipment, Start/Stop Circuit, Relay function, basic electrical principles, P&IDs, etc.

During the program, the trainee will also test on the 24 modules needed to study for the written assessment for the NCCER Instrumentation Technician certification. 

By the end of the 4 months, most of our trainees will become NCCER Knowledge Verified in Instrumentation Technician. This means that they will have passed the NCCER written assessment for Instrumentation Technician. Trainees will not  be allowed to take the Performance Verification assessment during the course of the program unless the trainee has completed the requirements below:

  • Completed and passed at least 20 of the required modules.

  • Missed no more than four (2) days for TTH and two (1) days for SAT of the 16 weeks.

    • Any trainee that misses more than 2 days must schedule make up time outside of the class scheduled days.​

    • If the trainee fails to make up the missed days before the class ends, the trainee must enroll in a refresher course at additional expense.

  • Completely paid off all program fees.​

  • Provide proof of journey-level field experience.

While this result is not guaranteed for all, we will work with the trainee for their success. Fees for module testing and written assessments are included in the cost of the class.

We are available on Mondays thru Thursdays and Saturdays from 9am and evening from 5:30pm to 9pm at our location of 700 W Texas Avenue, Ste 100, Baytown, TX 77520. Just give us a call at (832) 926-4717 or (281) 515-2086 for more information. Or you can email us with any questions at