Industrial Electronic Technician Classes
June 19, 2019
June 19, 2019
To prepare for an in-demand career as an Industrial Electronic Technician, students need to accrue a variety of skills. Because the degree can lead down a number of career paths, Career College of Northern Nevada wants to prepare our graduates with necessary skills. Whether you would like to work in fiber optics, equipment calibration, or safety and surveillance, these courses can help you train for a hands-on career. Read on to learn more about the Industrial Electronic Technician classes we offer and how they can help you build skills employers need.
CCNN offers three courses in electronic theory that teach the basics of circuitry and electrical theory. Students will study electron flow in a circuit and learn about electronic circuit configurations using a schematic diagram. By the time they complete this series of courses, students could troubleshoot circuits, safely use the proper test equipment to measure an Alternating Current circuit, and understand the structure of semiconductors.
Whatever career path you follow, adhering to safety guidelines will be essential. Here, students will focus on federal safety standards such as OSHA 10 and NFPA 70E. Upon successful completion of OSHA training, students will receive OSHA 10 certification.
Along with a Robotics Technology Lab, this introductory class will help students learn how to work with, program, and maintain robotic systems. As more jobs become automated, having this skill can protect you, because someone will need to service and operate the machines. Become the person who maintains and fixes the machines, and safeguard your career. CCNN students can learn about how robotics systems operate, how to recover from errors and faults, and how to use robotic simulation software.
Students will study CCTV systems, intrusion alarms, and access control systems. By the end of the course, students should be prepared to configure and operate digital video and network video recorders, access control systems and understand how to install and program an alarm system. These skills will be essential if you pursue a career in the industrial security and surveillance industry, but they will also help in a variety of industrial electronics fields.
Making technology more environmentally friendly is an important aspect of today’s industrial electronic career outlook. In this class, students can learn about the photovoltaic system (also known as a solar power system) and battery technologies. Basic safety for solar installation and battery technology safety are also covered. An understanding of these systems can help increase a student’s knowledge and prepare them for a variety of career paths.
As fiber optic technology becomes more popular, it will be important for industrial electronics techs to know the basics. This course covers the basic construction, operation, testing, and installation of optical cable. Students can learn operation, testing, and safety procedures related to terminating optical connectors and splices.
The variety of knowledge and skills you can gain with Career College of Northern Nevada’s Industrial Electronic Technician program can help you find a hands-on and in-demand career. Prepare for your new career. Call CCNN at 775-241-4445 to learn more today.