Technician in Automation and Industrial Electrical Control

Descripción

Perfil de Ingreso

Knowledge

  • Mathematical logic.
  • Basic English.
  • Physics fundamentals. # Skills​
  • Ability to manage tools.
  • Facility to synthesize information.
  • Ability to use computers. # Attitudes
  • High sense of responsability.
  • Tenacity and perseverance.
  • Initiative and creativity. Mathematical logic. Basic English. Physics fundamentals. Skills​ Ability to manage tools. Facility to synthesize information. Ability to use computers. Attitudes High sense of responsability. Tenacity and perseverance. Initiative and creativity.

Perfil de Egreso

Generic Competencies

  • Know and value themselves and address problems and challenges taking into consideration the objectives they pursue..
  • Face the difficulties encountered and being aware of their own values, strengths and weaknesses.
  • Identify their emotions and handling them constructively as well as acknowledging the need to request support when they find themselves in a sitation which has overtaken them.
  • Select alternatives and courses of action based on well-established criteria and on the framework of a life project.
  • Analyze factors influencing a decision-making process in a critical way. # Disciplinary Competencies
  • Construct and interpret mathematical models through the application of arithmetic, algebraic and geometrical procedures as well as variations for the comprehension and analisys of real situations, either hypothetical or formal.
  • Create and solve mathematical problems by applying different approaches.
  • Sustain the solution obtained to a problem, wtih numerical, graphical, and analitical methods or variations, through verbal and mathematical language as well as with the use of information technology and communication.
  • Measure, represent and contrast both experimentally and mathematically space magnitudes and the physical properties of objects surrounding them.
  • Select either a determinisitic or aleatory approach to study a process or phenomenon pointing out its validity and relevance.
  • Interpret tables, graphs, maps, diagrams and texts with mathematical and scientífic symbols. # Professional Competencies
  • Apply electrical and physical parameter measurment instruments in industrial equipment and systems in accordance with process specification under the technical and security standards required in order to obtain accurate measurments.
  • Construct power supply units by applying electric circuit and semicinductor element properties, in order to address electronic device power supply needs.
  • Monitor operating problems as well as the control of electric DC and AC motors based on the theoretical and practical analysis as required by international and domestic standards.
  • Connect the diverse diagrams for the control of electric three-phase squirrel cage motors in accordance with manufacturer catalogues and standards.
  • Build up combinational and sequential digital circuits with electronic integrated circuits in order to address electric device control needs.
  • Design industrial electric maintenence programmes, under company standards and policies.

    Generic Competencies

  • Know and value themselves and address problems and challenges taking into consideration the objectives they pursue..
  • Face the difficulties encountered and being aware of their own values, strengths and weaknesses.
  • Identify their emotions and handling them constructively as well as acknowledging the need to request support when they find themselves in a sitation which has overtaken them.
  • Select alternatives and courses of action based on well-established criteria and on the framework of a life project.
  • Analyze factors influencing a decision-making process in a critical way. # Disciplinary Competencies
  • Construct and interpret mathematical models through the application of arithmetic, algebraic and geometrical procedures as well as variations for the comprehension and analisys of real situations, either hypothetical or formal.
  • Create and solve mathematical problems by applying different approaches.
  • Sustain the solution obtained to a problem, wtih numerical, graphical, and analitical methods or variations, through verbal and mathematical language as well as with the use of information technology and communication.
  • Measure, represent and contrast both experimentally and mathematically space magnitudes and the physical properties of objects surrounding them.
  • Select either a determinisitic or aleatory approach to study a process or phenomenon pointing out its validity and relevance.
  • Interpret tables, graphs, maps, diagrams and texts with mathematical and scientífic symbols. # Professional Competencies
  • Apply electrical and physical parameter measurment instruments in industrial equipment and systems in accordance with process specification under the technical and security standards required in order to obtain accurate measurments.
  • Construct power supply units by applying electric circuit and semicinductor element properties, in order to address electronic device power supply needs.
  • Monitor operating problems as well as the control of electric DC and AC motors based on the theoretical and practical analysis as required by international and domestic standards.
  • Connect the diverse diagrams for the control of electric three-phase squirrel cage motors in accordance with manufacturer catalogues and standards.
  • Build up combinational and sequential digital circuits with electronic integrated circuits in order to address electric device control needs.
  • Design industrial electric maintenence programmes, under company standards and policies.

    Generic Competencies

  • Know and value themselves and address problems and challenges taking into consideration the objectives they pursue..
  • Face the difficulties encountered and being aware of their own values, strengths and weaknesses.
  • Identify their emotions and handling them constructively as well as acknowledging the need to request support when they find themselves in a sitation which has overtaken them.
  • Select alternatives and courses of action based on well-established criteria and on the framework of a life project.
  • Analyze factors influencing a decision-making process in a critical way. # Disciplinary Competencies
  • Construct and interpret mathematical models through the application of arithmetic, algebraic and geometrical procedures as well as variations for the comprehension and analisys of real situations, either hypothetical or formal.
  • Create and solve mathematical problems by applying different approaches.
  • Sustain the solution obtained to a problem, wtih numerical, graphical, and analitical methods or variations, through verbal and mathematical language as well as with the use of information technology and communication.
  • Measure, represent and contrast both experimentally and mathematically space magnitudes and the physical properties of objects surrounding them.
  • Select either a determinisitic or aleatory approach to study a process or phenomenon pointing out its validity and relevance.
  • Interpret tables, graphs, maps, diagrams and texts with mathematical and scientífic symbols. # Professional Competencies
  • Apply electrical and physical parameter measurment instruments in industrial equipment and systems in accordance with process specification under the technical and security standards required in order to obtain accurate measurments.
  • Construct power supply units by applying electric circuit and semicinductor element properties, in order to address electronic device power supply needs.
  • Monitor operating problems as well as the control of electric DC and AC motors based on the theoretical and practical analysis as required by international and domestic standards.
  • Connect the diverse diagrams for the control of electric three-phase squirrel cage motors in accordance with manufacturer catalogues and standards.
  • Build up combinational and sequential digital circuits with electronic integrated circuits in order to address electric device control needs.
  • Design industrial electric maintenence programmes, under company standards and policies. # Generic Competencies
  • Know and value themselves and address problems and challenges taking into consideration the objectives they pursue..
  • Face the difficulties encountered and being aware of their own values, strengths and weaknesses.
  • Identify their emotions and handling them constructively as well as acknowledging the need to request support when they find themselves in a sitation which has overtaken them.
  • Select alternatives and courses of action based on well-established criteria and on the framework of a life project.
  • Analyze factors influencing a decision-making process in a critical way. # Disciplinary Competencies
  • Construct and interpret mathematical models through the application of arithmetic, algebraic and geometrical procedures as well as variations for the comprehension and analisys of real situations, either hypothetical or formal.
  • Create and solve mathematical problems by applying different approaches.
  • Sustain the solution obtained to a problem, wtih numerical, graphical, and analitical methods or variations, through verbal and mathematical language as well as with the use of information technology and communication.
  • Measure, represent and contrast both experimentally and mathematically space magnitudes and the physical properties of objects surrounding them.
  • Select either a determinisitic or aleatory approach to study a process or phenomenon pointing out its validity and relevance.
  • Interpret tables, graphs, maps, diagrams and texts with mathematical and scientífic symbols. # Professional Competencies
  • Apply electrical and physical parameter measurment instruments in industrial equipment and systems in accordance with process specification under the technical and security standards required in order to obtain accurate measurments.
  • Construct power supply units by applying electric circuit and semicinductor element properties, in order to address electronic device power supply needs.
  • Monitor operating problems as well as the control of electric DC and AC motors based on the theoretical and practical analysis as required by international and domestic standards.
  • Connect the diverse diagrams for the control of electric three-phase squirrel cage motors in accordance with manufacturer catalogues and standards.
  • Build up combinational and sequential digital circuits with electronic integrated circuits in order to address electric device control needs.
  • Design industrial electric maintenence programmes, under company standards and policies.

Requisito

To enter the High School Programmes of the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN), the applicant must fulfill the requirements established in the allocation contest of the Metropolitan Commission of Public Institutions of High School Education (COMIPEMS). Once the results are published, the student must complete the registration process mentioned by the contest publication.

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