Study and apply signal tracing and troubleshooting in electronics
Module 1 of this intensive hands-on training covers fundamental electronic components, circuits and testing. Module 2 covers the techniques for analyzing and repairing failures in electronics equipment and systems. Learn to identify, inspect, analyze and troubleshoot electrical and electronic circuits and components logically, and identify, perform and document necessary repairs. Pre-registration, mask, and social distancing practices are required for this in-person training. Limited seating, so register early!
Required texts:Stan Gibilisco and Simon Monk, Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics, 6th edition; ISBN: 978-1259585531 and Charles Platt, Electronics: Learning Through Discovery, 2nd edition; ISBN: 978-1680450262
Ready for this course?
There are no prerequisites to sign up for this course, but it is highly recommended that students have an understanding of basic algebra, good reading skills based on the technical materials being reviewed and applied, physical dexterity to handle small parts often, and problem-solving skills.
Need to brush up on your math or English language skills before enrolling? Get started with EvCC's Transitional Studies or take an Introduction to Algebra instructor-led or self-paced course through ed2go online.