Electronics Technicians utilize their technical and mechanical skills to troubleshoot, maintain and repair: * Electronic equipment and systems * Industrial process control systems * Telecommunication * Broadcast * Recording and audiovisual systems * Microelectronic systems and circuits * Computers * Computer systems/software * Networks These Technicians are employed by: * Manufacturers of electronic equipment * Consulting firms * Governments * Manufacturing industries * Processing industries * Transportation industries Electronics Technicians may carry out their tasks on site or in the field at a number of different locations. Upon successful completion of the program, graduates can take exams for the Electronics Technicians Certificate through The International Society of Certified Electronics Technicians (ISCET), a nationally recognized certification organization. While the national average for passing the certification exam is approximately 11%, WTI graduates have an 82% success rate. The Electronics Technology program curriculum covers Fundamentals of Electronics, Analog/Digital Systems, Computer Technology/A+, Video Systems/Avionics Electronics, Advanced Circuits/Industrial Controls and Industrial Trouble Shooting/Hydraulics and Pneumatic.
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