This program is an introduction to electronic components, basic analog and digital circuits. The students will learn electrical concepts, math, soldering electronic parts and rework techniques. The students will be able to test, diagnose electronic board and understand information obtained from instruments commonly utilized in the industry. This course curriculum includes installation, troubleshooting electronic equipment, small mechanical assembly and cabling system.
This program intends to train students to follow safety procedures and identify tools; install, wire sub-assemblies work from blueprints, schematics and follow verbal instructions. Students will learn how to use hand tools commonly found in the electronic assembly field.
This program intends to prepare the students for entry-level jobs and to encourage further training in the electronic technology field. The course aims to further the students’ knowledge and understanding of the fundamental principles of electronic assembly and testing. Job titles that graduates may hold but not limited to are the occupational titles indicated below:
|The day class meet: 30 hours per week||Total: (20) weeks||The class meets from: 8:00 A.M. - 2:30 P.M. Monday - Friday.|
|The Night Class meets: 20 hours per week||Total: (30) weeks||The class meets from: 5:00 P.M. - 10:00 PM. Monday -Thursday|
|Courses in the Program||Clock Hours|
|Electronic Measurement Procedures||60|
|Harnessing and Connectors||80|
- Over 37 lectures and 55.5 hours of content!
- Testing Training Included.
- Learn Software Testing and Automation basics.
- Practical assignments at the end of every session.
- learning experience with live project work and examples.
- Information packed practical training starting from basics
- Advanced testing techniques.
|15.0701||Quality Control Technician|
|47.0101||Electronic Equipment Installation and Repair, General|
|47.9999||Mechanic and Repair Technicians, Other|