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Overview

There is no set standard educational requirement in order to become a biomass plant technician. However, there are associate's or bachelor's degrees available in colleges and universities that one can take in the sciences, or related fields. Typically, a biomass plant technician gains experience through on-the-job training, regardless of their formal education. A more extensive training program is needed for those with only a high school diploma, and they would typically need to work under the supervision of a more experienced technician.

A biomass plant technician needs critical thinking skills, observational skills, writing skills, analytical skills, listening skills and technical skills. These are all important, as it is essential that a technician in this occupation can keep records that are precise and correct and be able to draw conclusions from research using sound reasoning.

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