industrial electronics

industrial electronicsStudents learn electronics theory and get hands-on experience with basic and advanced electronics. The program covers circuits, controllers, and the machine to system interface. RevUp’s electronic programs train students in state-of-the-art facilities or sometimes with online courses. There are two levels of training. Local manufacturers helped design the training based on the skills they need in their businesses. RevUp’s electronics students can earn credentials from the Electronics technician Association (ETA-I) during their program. These credentials count toward the Associate Certified Electronics Technician credential.

During Tier 1 the program teaches both the technical skills and the interpersonal skills electronics technicians need. Students learn electronics theory and get hands-on experience with basic and advanced electronics. Tier 1 covers circuits, controllers, and the machine to system interface. At the end of Tier 1, students earn a Certificate of Technical Skills degree, if they do not continue into higher levels of training. Tier 1 typically also includes opportunities to earn 2-3 ETA-I credentials.

During Tier 2 students learn advanced electronics including meters and motors and an introduction to electronics in the manufacturing setting. Tier 2 typically includes opportunities to earn 2-3 additional ETA-I credentials.

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