Electronics System Technician

Program Information

About Electronics System Technician

The Electronic Systems Technician (EST) program prepares students to work with low-voltage applications in both residential and commercial settings. EST’s install and maintain security, fire, telecommunications, and audio/video systems. This course is the first of three required courses for the related instruction component of Electronic Systems Technician Apprenticeship.

Individuals who complete the EST Registered Apprenticeship program, which consists of three years of classroom instruction and 8,000 hours of on-the-job training with an apprentice sponsor, are eligible to earn a Journeyperson credential through the Delaware Department of Labor.

Core Courses

  • Intro to the Electronic Systems Tech trade
  • Plans & drawings
  • Cabling, circuits & devices
  • Test equipment
  • Codes & standards
  • Audio & video systems
  • Residential & commercial
  • Fire alarm systems
  • Access control systems
  • Capstone/certification

 

PLEASE NOTE:  This training will be held at the Sobieski Training Center in New Castle, but is open to all apprentice program students.

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