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Introduction to Engineering Technology, 7
th

ed.

Pond and Rankinen

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2009Pearson Education, Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458.

All Rights Reserved.

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Introduction to Engineering
Technology

Seventh Edition

Robert J. Pond & Jeffery L. Rankinen

Chapter 2

Career Choices in the Engineering
Technologies

Introduction to Engineering Technology, 7
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2009Pearson Education, Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458.

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Introduction


Major Technical Areas


Chemical Engineering Technician (ChET)


Civil and Architectural Engineering Technician
(CET)


Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technician
(EET)


Computer Engineering Technician (CpET)


Industrial Engineering Technician (IET)


Mechanical Engineering Technician (MET)

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Chemical Engineering Technician


Major areas


Research and development


Production


Technical Sales

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Chemical Engineering Technician
(ChET)


Specialty areas


Biological engineering technology


Nuclear engineering technology


Materials engineering technology


Environmental engineering technology


Petroleum engineering technology

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Chemical Engineering Technician
(ChET)


Personal qualities needed


An ability to work well with others as part of a
team


An aptitude for and enjoyment of detail work


Accuracy and patience when conducting
laboratory tests


An ability to exercise care when working with
toxic chemicals or disease
-
causing organisms

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Civil and Architectural Engineering
Technician (CET)


Occupations


Surveying roads


Implementing the plans for large structures


Supervising the building of highways


Constructing bridges


Infrastructure inspection

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Civil and Architectural Engineering
Technician (CET)


Specialty Areas


Property surveying


GIS/GPS technician


Architectural design technician


Drafting and design technician


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Civil and Architectural Engineering
Technician (CET)

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Civil and Architectural Engineering
Technician (CET)


Personal qualities


A willingness to work with others as a part of a
team and to direct others


An aptitude for science and mathematics


A need to exercise creativity and an ability to
make decisions


An ability to think and plan ahead


A willingness to travel and work outdoors

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Civil and Architectural Engineering
Technician (CET)


Drafting and Design Technician


Mechanical drafter


Electronics drafter


Personal qualities


An ability to learn new software


Creativity and artistic ability


Attention to detail

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Electrical/Electronic Engineering
Technician (EET)


Electrical


involves hard
-
wired systems and
high
-
power systems


Electronic


involves low
-
power devices

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Electrical/Electronic Engineering
Technician (EET)


Careers


Field service representative


Instrumentation technician


Electromechanical technician


Biomedical electronics technician


Communications technician

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Computer Engineering Technician
(CpET)


Computer engineering technician (CpET)


services, connects, and programs personal
computers or mainframe computer systems.

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Computer Engineering Technician
(CpET)


Occupations


Information technologist


Network specialist


Personal qualities


A willingness to work with others as part of a team


Problem
-
solving ability


A willingness to work long hours to meet deadlines


A constant drive to be retrained on new hardware and
software


A willingness to travel


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Industrial Engineering Technician
(IET)


Industrial engineering technician (IET)


involved in methods and time study,
production control, and industrial
supervision.

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Industrial Engineering Technician (IET)


IET Occupations


Production controller


Quality controller


Statistical Process Control (SPC)

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IET personal qualities


A willingness to work as part of a team


An aptitude for mathematics, including statistics


An ability to do detailed work with a high degree
of accuracy


An ability to manage effectively with good verbal
skills


Manufacturing Engineering Technician


Quality Assurance (QA) specialist


Statistical Process Control (SPC)

Industrial Engineering Technician
(IET)

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Industrial Engineering Technician
(IET)


Manufacturing Engineering Technician


Blend of industrial and mechanical engineering
technologies


Skills needed


A strong work ethic and a good knowledge of quality principles


Good report writing skills coupled with competency in oral
communications


The ability to form, lead, and work well with teams


A strong understanding of computers and of computer
-
integrated manufacturing


A variety of basic IET skills and knowledge, such as costing and
pricing, material selection and safety


A variety of mechanical engineering technology skills and
knowledge, such as basic turning, milling, grinding, extrusion
and welding operations

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Mechanical Engineering Technician
(MET)


Works with power
-
transmission equipment


Examples: lever systems, gear trains, hydraulic
and pneumatic systems, pumps and
compressors, lathes, and milling machines


Career fields


Heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC)


Mechanical design (Tool design)


Numerical control (NC)


Technical sales


Fluid power


Laser technology


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Mechanical Engineering Technician
(MET)


Works with Computer Aided Design (CAD)
extensively


Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM)


CAD/CAM


Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM)

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Mechanical Engineering Technician
(MET)


Personal qualities needed to succeed as a
MET


A willingness to work with orders as part of a
team and to direct others


An aptitude for mathematics and science


An ability to work with care and accuracy


Creativity in design work


Mechanical aptitude