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Do you like working with your hands? Are you interested in learning what makes electronic and computerized gadgets work? Do you enjoy taking apart and repairing electronic devices?

 

If you answered yes, consider earning your college diploma in Electronic Technology – a hands-on electronics technician training focused on digital electronics systems, computer hardware, cables and wiring, electrical systems, and mechanical components.

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Electronics Technician Training

Offering a blend of theory and hands-on electronics technician training, the diploma program will help students prepare for an entry-level positions in electronic communications, service technology, and computer-related fields.(1)

 

Our program lets you engage in several hands-on laboratory experiences and computerized simulations so that you’re prepared for your chosen career in electronics technology.(1)

 

Electronic technology class equipment may include computers, various testers, trainers, oscilloscopes, Programmable Logic Controller trainers, and various electronic supplies.

 

Our electronics technician program covers these important areas:

 

  • Computer hardware and software
  • Digital electronics (flip-flops, counters, registers, logic circuits, and more)
  • Electrical and mechanical components of motors and controllers
  • Fundamentals of alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC) electricity and circuits
  • Intel 8051 microcontroller architecture, programming, and function
  • Low-voltage electrical systems and solid-state devices (diodes, transistors, amplifiers, and more)
  • Residential networks/systems integration

(1)Employment is not guaranteed for students or graduates.
(2)www.bls.gov. BLS statistics represent national job growth expectations and are not necessarily reflective of local market conditions.

 

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Electronic Technology

When you begin the Electronic Technology diploma program, you’ll get an electronic technology kit to use both in class and outside of your classroom studies. The kit features a multi-meter, breadboard, power supplies, and a function generator.

 

During class, you’ll have access to computer labs, microwaves, and robotics – and your instructors will show you how they work, how to take them apart, and how to put them back together.

 

In fact, by the time you complete our electronics technician training program, you’ll have taken part in building a piece of equipment, like a digital clock or a similar electronic or computerized component, from scratch!

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Open the Door to a World of Possibilities with Electronic Technician Training

The world of electronics is continually evolving, offering an increasing number of opportunities for trained electronic technicians.(1,2)

 

Remington College’s Electronic Technology diploma program is designed to provide you with diverse electronics technology training so that you can qualify for a variety of entry-level electronics technology jobs.(1)

If you’re in search of an electronics and computer training program that offers you real-world training delivered by instructors who understand the job and know what area employers are looking for, look no further!

Potential job titles with a diploma in electronic technology include:(1)

  • Computer service technician
  • Electronic laboratory technician
  • Installation technician
  • Electronics repair technician
  • Electronic technician in communications, instrumentation, digital, and computer electronics companies”

(1)Employment is not guaranteed for students or graduates.
(2)www.bls.gov. BLS statistics represent national job growth expectations and are not necessarily reflective of local market conditions.

 

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Job Outlook

As businesses and individuals increasingly rely on technology in their everyday life, electronics technicians and computer specialists, also known as Electrical and Electronics Installers and Repairers, may be needed to keep devices running smoothly.

 

Our diploma in Electronic Technology is designed to give students the technical skills they need to begin work as an entry-level electronics technician.(1)

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What tasks do Electronics Technicians perform?

Many electronics technicians diagnose and fix problems in everything from home electronics to manufacturing equipment, and they often work for communications, digital, computer electronics, and instrumentation companies. Field technicians work on-site to repair larger equipment, while bench technicians repair smaller electronics in a repair shop.(2)

Electronics technicians are responsible for the following tasks:

  • Performing preventative maintenance
  • Fixing problems in equipment
  • Testing devices using software programs
  • Repairing circuits and replacing parts
  • Sterilizing dental equipment
  • Updating old equipment

What is the career outlook for those with electronics training

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), job opportunities should be best for those seeking Electrical and Electronics Installer and Repairer careers with formal post-secondary training in electronics, and professional certification. Organizations like the Electronics Technicians Association offer professional certification in electronic technology and some employers require their technicians to be certified.(2)

 

(1)Employment not guaranteed for students or graduates.
(2)http://www.bls.gov/ooh/installation-maintenance-and-repair/electrical-and-electronics-installers-and-repairers.htm

 

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Career Possibilities(1)

COMPUTER SERVICE TECHNICIAN

ELECTRONIC LABORATORY TECHNICIAN

INSTALLATION TECHNICIAN

ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN IN COMMUNICATIONS, INSTRUMENTATION, DIGITAL, AND COMPUTER ELECTRONICS COMPANIES

(1) Employment not guaranteed for students or graduates.

CURRICULUM

COURSE CONTENT INCLUDES

  • Career Development Fundamentals
  • Career Development Principles
  • Computer Software
  • Computer Hardware
  • DC Fundamentals
  • AC Fundamentals
  • Low-Voltage Electrical Systems
  • Solid State Devices
  • Cables and Cabling
  • Digital Electronics
  • Microcontrollers
  • Electronic Control Systems
  • Motors and Controllers
  • Residential Networks

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  • I got the skills that I needed here, the teachers were very informative... explained in detail of what need to be done in certain situations, how to troubleshoot different circuits. They're just wonderful instructors.

    Carlos G.

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