What does a Technologist/Technician/Programmer do ?

" Engineering Technologist " - i.e., Engologist

An " Engineering Technologist " (Engologist) is normally someone with an approved degree in technical or software engineering or equivalent . His work is normally supportive to the Engineer in such areas as computer aided design (CAD). This relieves the engineer of less demanding work. His job was designed to effectively bridge the gap between the increasingly theoretical nature of engineering degrees and the practical approach of a technician.

" Engineering Technician " - i.e., ETechnician

An " Engineering Technician " (ETechnician) is normally involved in practical engineering work and holds an approved engineering diploma or equivalent . Their work can be the repair of sophisticated equipment such as computers, printers, scanners, refrigerating equipment, televisions, instruments, telephone systems , and household appliances such as fridges , washing machines , cookers, CCTV, and even digital cameras, etc. They can also be involved in installation work such as the installation of burglar and fire alarm systems and the repair of same, to the installation and maintenance of gas installations, and commercial equipment such as that used in aircraft and in industry etc . There are many types of specialist technician, software technician, installation technician , service technician , instrument technician, computer technician, aircraft technician, sound technician, audio technician, engineering technician , telephone technician, broadband technician, television technician, etc.

" Engineering Computer Programmer " - i.e., EProgrammer

An " Engineering Computer Programmer " (EProgrammer) is someone who writes computer software, i.e., a language for a computer. The term computer programmer can refer to a specialist in one area of computer programming or to a generalist who writes code for many kinds of software. One who practices or professes a formal approach to programming may also be known as a programmer analyst. A programmer's primary computer language (Java, Delphi, C++, etc.) is often prefixed to the above titles, and those who work in a web environment often prefix their titles with web.