The current and future workforce has a growing need for people trained in Electronics and Digital Technology. The U.S. Department of Labor predicts that the population growth in the U.S. will increase by 24 million people over the 2000-2010 period. Continued growth will increase the consumption of goods and services, which will provide a spurring demand for workers in a wide-range of occupations and industries. Businesses and other organizations depend on complex electronic equipment for a variety of functions. There will be an increased demand for residential and business wireless services, cable service, and high-speed internet connections, which will add fuel to the tremendous growth in the communication sector. Let Florida Career Institute prepare you for this exciting field in less than a year. The Electronics and Digital Technology student gains numerous transferable skills applicable to a variety of careers. Some of the challenging employment opportunities for graduates of the Electronics and Digital Technology program include positions such as Field Service Technician, Bench Technician, PC Technician, Program Installer, Electronic Assembly Technician, DSL Installer, Service Engineer, LCD Operator, Production Test Technician, Electronic Technician, and Computer Field Service Technician . Get hands-on training and experience that blends the fundamentals and theories in electronics, integrated circuits, microprocessors and software in our Electronics and Digital Technology Program. Experience Florida Career Institute?s capstone class, which introduces students to concepts that enable the student to research, produce and present a final project. When you graduate from Florida Career Institute, you will have the skills, experience and confidence to excel in the field of Electronic and Digital Technology .
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