Electronics

Examples of jobs you may be qualified for after completion of this program:

  • Electronic Technician $26/hr.

Salary information is based on hourly, monthly, or annual estimates from the State of California Employment Development Department.

Wires and parts interest some people. If you like to work with your hands, have good eyesight and a commitment to precision, this may be a good career for you.

Basic Electronics

900 hours. Complete in 40 weeks. Instructors are field engineers currently employed by local firms to provide the latest trends in electronics, and market demands in this hands-on training program.

Learn fundamentals of electricity, DC and AC circuit theory, electronic devices, and basic communications electronics. Instruction includes the operation of test instruments, basic programming, problem solving, and safety practices. Instruction is in a simulated workplace enabling students to gain necessary skills for employment.

Basic Electronic Assembly

390 hours. Complete in 16 to 20 weeks. Learn the use and care of tools, hardware, and components. Develop industrial-level skills in connecting and soldering electronic components, safety practices, workmanship standards, color coding, blueprint reading, harnessing, and wire wrapping. -->

Electronic Technician

900 hours. Attend 25 hours per week for 36 weeks. Wires and parts interest some people. If you like to work with your hands, have good eyesight and a commitment to precision, this may be a good career for you.

Instructors are field engineers currently employed by local firms to provide the latest trends in electronics, and market demands in this hands-on training program.