Electronic Systems Technician
The primary mission of the Electronic Systems Technician program is to provide quality educational training designed to meet the current and future needs of the electronic systems technician industry. To accomplish this, the following guidelines are established: assist students to choose, prepare for, enter, and be gainfully employed in the electronics field; offer a program which emphasizes sound fundamentals while responding to the needs of this particular industry; provide courses to meet current and specific needs of the student and this industry.
The Electronic Systems Technician program provides students with the technical knowledge and skills for employment as service, assembly, and/or installation technicians in the Electronic industry. Instruction includes a combination of classroom theory and practical experience.
The program also offers supplemental training for persons previously or currently employed in Electronic occupations. Students are eligible to join SkillsUSA.
The content includes but is not limited to direct current (DC) circuits, alternating current (AC) circuits and analog circuits; solid state and digital devices; microprocessors; use of circuit diagrams and schematics; soldering and chassis assembly techniques; laboratory practices technical recording and reporting and employability skills and safety.
Length of Program:
The average length of this program is 900 hours (approximately 12 months) for adults attending full-time. Actual time is dependent upon enrollment status (full- time/part-time) and the length of time the student requires to achieve competencies.
- Students must be at least 16 years old and not attending high school
- Application Interview by a guidance counselor
- Fees for supplies and textbooks are required.
This program operates on an open-entry, open-exit basis. Students may enter the program anytime during the school year. Entrance is dependent upon space availability. Call (305) 557-1100 for more information.
- Completion of all Occupational Completion Points (OCP’s)
- Satisfy Basic Skills Requirements
Mathematics 10 Language 9 Reading 9
- No financial obligations
- Students must complete the Clearance packet to receive program certificate.
|OCP||COURSE NUMBER||COURSE TITLE||COURSE LENGTH|
|A||EEV0012||Electronics Assembler & DC Technician||150 hours|
|B||EEV0820||Electronic Digital and Microprocessor Technician||150 hours|
|C||EEV0130||Electronic AC Technician||150 hours|
|D||EEV0824||Electronic Solid-State and Analog Technician||150 hours|
|E||EEV0825||Electronic Systems and Equipment Technician||300 hours|
- In-state residents—$2.56 per hour (Subject to change)
- Out of state resident—$10.25 per hour (Subject to change)
- $15.00 application fee
- Material fee—Varies by program
- Identification Card fee—$5.00 per trimester
- Students must purchase books/kits and/or uniforms, if applicable
Monday—Friday 7:20 AM—1:00 PM
Tuesday—Thursday 6:00 PM—10:00 PM
Approximately Total Cost:
- Electrical and electronics installers and repairers need at least a high school education, but most specializations require further preparation through advanced education, work experience, or both. Employers often prefer applicants who have taken courses in electronics at a community college or technical school.
- Students are strongly recommended to obtain an International Society of Certified Electronics Technician (ISCET) certification.
Electronic Technician, Computer Repair Technician, Audio Technician, Electronic Engineering Technician, Communication Technician, Digital Equipment Repair Technician, Bench Technician, Electronic Technician, Security Systems Technician
The average wage for this career in Florida is $29.82 hourly or $62,020 annually.
Employment of electronic technicians is projected to grow 2% from 2020 to 2030.