The course will provide an introduction to Quantum Technologies with a focus on experimental techniques and platforms. The course will start with an overview of experimental techniques in Quantum Technology, aimed to give a conceptual understanding of the key areas: Quantum Measurement and Sensing, Quantum Computation and Quantum Simulation, and Quantum Communications and Networks. In the field of Quantum Computing, we will cover ion traps and the underlying physics, as well as superconducting qubits and platforms. For the latter, we will present various types of quantum circuits, control and readout techniques, nanofabrication and electronic hardware, and highlight current development towards realization of quantum advantage in computing. In Quantum Communications and Networks, we will provide an overview of state-of-the-art protocols, photonic platforms, and experimental techniques, including photon sources, detectors, quantum memories and more. As an example for Quantum Simulation platforms, we will cover ultracold atoms in optical lattices and Rydberg arrays. We will also provide an introduction to Quantum Sensing and Metrology, by explaining the workings of atomic clocks, magnetometers and interferometers.