Get the Skills to Be an Electronic Systems Technician
Low Voltage Systems Installation, Service & Maintenance
Career Training in as Little as 1 Year
If you want a job that gets you out in the field, using your hands and challenges the mind, the Porter and Chester Institute Electronics Systems Technician program can teach you what you need to know to enter this dynamic industry. Our Electronics Systems Technician program will thoroughly prepare you to become a skilled worker in today’s low voltage and electronics industries. We can help you acquire the skills you need to install, maintain and troubleshoot a whole range of the low voltage systems used in homes, businesses, hospitals and corporations all across the country.
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If you’re a hands-on learner who can’t imagine being stuck behind a desk all day, here are just a few reasons to choose our Electronics Systems Technician program:
- Concrete Skills: You’ll be trained to install, maintain and repair low voltage systems and associated wiring. We’ll teach you all about electronics circuitry, fire alarm and national electrical codes and electronics diagnostics. You’ll learn about voice, data and fiber optic networks, fire, CCTV and intrusion alarm technology, telecommunication technology, home entertainment systems, live sound reinforcement and more.
- Hands-on Training: You can’t learn all this stuff from a book! That’s why we supplement classroom time with hands-on work where you get to use the same equipment and tools you’ll find out in the field. You’ll be able to build and design low voltage systems out in the real world because we’ll teach you how.
- Qualified Instructors: All our instructors are professionals from the low voltage industry. They know what to teach because they know what you might encounter out on the job. They’re aware that it’s not enough to know the latest technologies—which they will teach you—but that you also need to know older technologies if you’re going to fix them when they break.
- Job Outlook: Today, everything seems to be connected by cables! Even WiFi needs a connection somewhere. That’s why your newly acquired skills could be so valuable. Industries using this technology include aerospace, business, defense, education, energy, finance, manufacturing and more.
- Soft Skills: In addition to the technical know-how you’ll need to perform your job, we’ll teach you the skills you need to be a good and safe employee in a real world setting.
To learn more about our Electronics Systems Technician program, request information from one of our Career Program Specialists today!
Our Electronics Systems Technician program is offered at these Connecticut campuses: