Take a Hands-On Approach to Electronics Technology Training
Electronics Technology Program at Remington College
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.
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.
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.
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
* Remington College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs and other school-administered programs.
At Remington College campuses, we offer a variety of educational programs.
While no reputable school can guarantee employment after graduation, our programs are designed with an emphasis on helping students to prepare for entry-level employment in various career fields.
This combination of traditional teaching methods along with practical classroom experience provides an opportunity for students to apply and practice their knowledge and skills.
Not sure which program is right for you? Remington College understands that choosing a career path can be stressful for some students. That's why we have admissions staff available to students in order to help them find an area of study that is right for them.
While you are visiting with an admission representative make sure to discuss what occupation you want to pursue. It is easy to become confused about employment opportunities related to various education programs because of all the representations you may see while navigating the internet about job opportunities you will have if you enroll in a particular educational program. We want to make sure you have our understanding of your employment options before selecting and educational program at Remington College.
Why choose Remington College?
- Small class sizes
- Day or evening classes in select programs
- Career focused educational programs
- Financial aid available for those who qualify
- Established in 1985
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