A Shortage of Skilled People|
The Electronics Technicians Association (ETA International)* reports that
there is a critical shortage of electronics technicians. Today's
technicians are retiring faster than the next generation is being trained
to replace them
Nowhere to Train
ETA International is engaged
in a campaign to interest people in careers in electronics. However,
although many universities have programs in electrical engineering, there
are fewer options for those who are interested in electronics service and
repair. Some community colleges still have excellent electronics
technology programs, but many have curtailed or eliminated such
programs. Private vocational schools are an excellent choice to train and
enter the workforce quickly. However, many such schools have phased out
their electronics courses or closed altogether. Students interested in
electronics technology have dwindling choices.
Learn Anywhere at RSD Academy
Our mission is to give everyone the opportunity to prepare for a career as
an electronics technician. No matter where you
are, you can prepare for a new career as an electronics technician at RSD Academy.
*RSD Academy is not affiliated with the ETA International.