Electrical engineers design our modern world, but electronics technicians keep it going. You find electronics technicians in every industry where electronic equipment is used, including aviation, health, transportation, communication, hospitality, government, manufacturing and many more.
Today, the last generation of technicians is retiring faster than the next is being trained to replace them. ETA International reports that there is a critical shortage of electronics technicians. Universities educate electrical engineers but do not usually train technicians for electronics service and repair. Many private vocational schools are closing, and community colleges have curtailed or eliminated their electronics technology programs
After completing this course you will be well-positioned to attempt the General Radiotelephone Operators License (GROL) exam or an Associate Certified Electronics Technician (CETa and CET) exams from ETA International.
Electronics Technology Classes:
Solid State Devices
Optional GROL Study
the fundamentals of computers,
networking, website programming and database management. After
completing this course you will be well-positioned to attempt the
Computer Service Technician (CST), Network Computer Technician (NCT)
and the Network Systems Technician (NST) exams from ETA
or the A+ certification exam from CompTIA.
Information Technology Classes:
Web and Database Development
Fiber Optics Technology
fundamentals of fiber optic
technology. After completing this course you will be well-positioned to
attempt the Fiber Optics Technician (FOT) exam from ETA International.
Fiber Optics Technology Classes:
Fundamentals of Fiber Optics
Fiber to the Premises