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Chemical and Power Generation Engineering
Are you naturally inquisitive and open-minded with a strong aptitude for Mathematics and the sciences? Why not consider a career in Chemical Engineering. Chemical Engineers combine chemistry and engineering to help solve some of the world’s problems.
Chemical Engineering is concerned with the manufacture of chemicals on an industrial scale. Does a career in chemical research interest you? Why not consider becoming a Chemical Engineering Technician.
Control or operate an entire chemical process or system of machines.
Chemical technologists invent, design, operate and control a range of industrial processes.
*** Nuclear Power Engineer ***
Their work mostly focuses on oil field production, but they can be involved in recovering unrefined and crude petroleum and also developing the field they’re working in.
Radiation control specialists are involved in the monitoring and control of radiation and radioactive materials by controlling industries whose processes emit harmful radioactive rays and produce contaminated materials.