Harry E. Durbin


Harry E. Durbin

CIT Field Directer

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Mr. Durbin has worked as an instrument technician for THUMS, Arco, and Instrument Personnel. He also has worked for Instruteks, Incorporated as an Environmental Heavy Equipment Operator, where he removed USTʼs, and remediated contaminated soil. He has experience operating the Gradall® 1000, excavator, backhoe with concrete breaker and compactor, skip loader, forklift, Royer® 365 soil screening machine, Mobile® B-52 drilling rig, and Acker® drilling rig. He has managed jobs requiring the use of this equipment, and also performed the necessary preventive maintenance on the heavy equipment. He has assisted instructors of the instrumentation classes, computer classes, contracting, and OSHA classes for several years. He grew up as part of the new computer generation. As such, he learned word processing, computer spreadsheets, and computer graphics, etc., along with other basic subjects in school. In 1997, he traveled to Thailand, where he instructed Thai Tribal Craft employees in Microsoft Office products, especially EXCEL.

Mr. Durbin became CITʼs Field Directer in 2012. As CITʼs Field Director he ensures that hands on traning goes smoothly. He works to train all students thoroughly and makes sure they gain enough knowledge and experience to be successful in the work field.

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At the College of Instrument Technology (CIT), we do not cut corners with your education and training. Your success reflects directly on our college, so we are in your corner from day one. CIT offers classes in many disciplines including CDL Commercial Truck Driving Level "A", Tow Truck Operator, Bus Driver Passenger Endorsement, numerous Heavy Equipment classes including Swing Cab Crane or Boom Truck Crane Certifications as well as Waste Water Management and various Instrument Calibration classes. Instrument Technology Process Control was Green before Green was cool. These certifications allow you to work anywhere in the world with these job skills. If you are over 18 years of age, have a clean criminal history, a good driving record, a desire to better yourself and your career, then you need to contact CIT as soon as possible.

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