The Electronics Technician Certificate program prepares you for a range of entry-level technical service positions through practical hands-on lab work, classroom-based lectures, group activities, reading assignments, and practice problems.
Students will learn how to:
- Troubleshoot, repair, and build analog and digital circuits;
- Use multimeters, circuit testers, oscilloscopes, logic probes;
- Use diagnostic equipment to locate circuit, component, and equipment faults;
- Learn to adjust, install and repair complex systems while following equipment manuals.
Electronics training can open the door to a diverse range of careers in the rapidly growing world of high technology.
Applicants should possess good hand/eye coordination, good colour vision, manual dexterity, and be well organized.
Electronics Technician graduates may find a career with:
- Manufacturers of electronic equipment
- Telecommunication centres
- Instrumentation service centres
- Business equipment service centres
- Cable companies
- Commercial sound companies