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The Wireless Communications Technician program at British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) provides students with the skills and knowledge needed to work with radio frequency (RF) electronics equipment. Through theoretical and practical study, students develop the skills needed to install, maintain and repair RF and related electronics equipment. The program emphasizes hands-on, practical training using equipment typically encountered in industry.
Skills in this industry are in high demand. If you like working with computers and electronic equipment; if you have good analytical skills; and if you want to work in an exciting, dynamic industry, the Wireless Communications Technician program can open the door to a variety of exciting careers.
Learn more about Vocational at Discover Trades BC.
Applicants must have first completed a provincially-approved Electronics Technician Common Core program --also available at BCIT-- which requires:
Math 11, plus two years of education in English with one of the following:
1) English 12;
2) Communications 12;
3) three credits of post-secondary English, Humanities or Social Sciences.
The Industry Training Authority link on this page has been re-directed to the program page at BCIT.