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Title: ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY


1
ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY
ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS MAKE THIS POSSIBLE
2
ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY
  • A degree from
  • Salt Lake Community College
  • Electronics Technology Department
  • Can lead to a wide variety of industry career
    professions.

3
ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY CAREERS
SPACE AND COMMUNICATIONS ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY
PLAYS A MAJOR ROLE
4
YOU CAN FIND A CAREER AS A TECHNICIAN IN ALMOST
ANY INDUSTRY
  • Homeland Security industry
  • Information Technology
  • Military
  • Transportation Industry
  • Advanced Manufacturing
  • Aerospace
  • Automotive Industry
  • Biotechnology Industry
  • Construction Industry
  • Health Care

5
TECHNICIANS ARE EVERYWHERE
  • Appliance Service Technician
  • Cable Television Technicians
  • Radio and Telecommunications Equipment Installers
    and Repairers
  • Electronic Service Technicians
  • Aerospace engineering technicians
  • Electronics Technician
  • Engineering Technicians
  • Photonics Technicians Technologists
  • Medical Equipment Repairers
  • Lighting Technician
  • Radio Technician
  • Robot Technicians
  • Security Alarms Installer
  • Sound engineering technicians
  • Electronic Home Entertainment Equipment
    Installers and Repairers
  • Automatic Teller Machine Service Technician
  • Security and Fire Alarm Systems Installers
  • Office Machine and Cash Register
    Technician/Service

6
Aerospace Engineering and Operations Technicians
A DEGREE IN ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY OR
ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
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Electronics Engineering Technicians
ELECTRONICS TECHNICIANS ARE EVERYWHERE
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COMMUNICATIONS
  • PERHAPS COMMUNICATIONS IS THE FIELD FOR YOU!
  • THIS FIELD HAS MANY AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION AND
    CERTIFICATIONS

9
Communication Equipment Mechanics, Installers,
and Repairers
10
Telecommunications Line Installers and Repairers
Installing, repairing and maintaining
telecommunications systems, such as a television
broadcast network, or any associated equipment is
all in a day's work for the telecommunications
technician.
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TECHNICIANS,TECHNICIANS, EVERYWHERE.
  • Technology encompasses almost every thing in the
    modern world.
  • This requires a skilled workforce to design,
    manufacture, install and service this technology
    and products.

12
Broadcast Technicians
Broadcast and sound engineering technicians and
radio operators set up, operate, and maintain a
wide variety of electrical and electronic
equipment
13
SOUND ENGINEERING TECHNICIANS
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MEDICAL
  • The high tech equipment used in the medical
    industry requires a very skilled workforce to
    ensure that this critical equipment is working
    properly and ensures the safety of the patient
    and provides reliable measurements.

15
BIOMEDICAL EQUIPMENT TECHNOLOGY
  • SLCC IS ESTABLISHING A NEW AAS DEGREE EMPHASIS IN
    BIOMEDICAL EQUIPMENT TECHNOLOGY (Pending
    approval).
  • CAREER POSITIONS IN THE MEDICAL COMMUNITY ARE
    BEING IDENTIFIED.
  • THERE ARE THREE SPECIALIZED COURSES FOR THE
    MEDICAL TRACK FOR TECHNICIANS TO ACQUIRE THE
    SKILLS TO WORK IN THE MEDICAL FIELD.

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Medical Equipment Repairers
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Medical Appliance Technicians
These appliances now utilize electromechanical
components and require mechanical and electronic
skills to build, design and repair.
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What do Biomedical Technicians do?
  • Biomedical engineering technicians (BMETs) are
    electronics engineering technicians who work in
    hospitals and medical research centers to
  • Evaluate new equipment
  • Perform preventive maintenance
  • Perform corrective maintenance
  • Perform equipment calibration
  • Administer electrical safety tests

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Job Descriptions
  • BMET Biomedical Equipment Technician I
  • An entry-level or junior BMET. Works under close
    supervision. Performs skilled work on preventive
    maintenance, repair, safety testing, and
    recording functional test data. Usually has less
    than four years of experience.
  • BMET Biomedical Equipment Technician II
  • A BMET who usually has an AS (2-year) degree or
    higher and several years of related or equivalent
    experience. Has good knowledge of schematics and
    works independently on repairs, safety testing
    and preventive maintenance (PM). Maintains
    records, writes reports, and coordinates outside
    repairs. Average experience is eight years.
  • Sr. BMET Biomedical Equipment Technician III
  • A highly experienced or specialized BMET usually
    having an AS (2-year) degree or higher. Has
    substantial experience and may be certified
    (CBET). Does highly skilled work of considerable
    difficulty. Has comprehensive knowledge of
    practices, procedures, and types of equipment.
    Average experience is twelve years.

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Precision Instrument and Equipment Repairers
  • Job Outlook
  • Good opportunities are expected for most types of
    precision instrument and equipment repairer jobs.
    Overall employment growth is projected to be
    about as fast as the average for all occupations
    over the 200414 period however, projected
    growth varies by detailed occupation.
  • Job growth among medical equipment repairers
    should be about as fast as the average for all
    occupations over the projection period. The
    rapidly expanding healthcare industry and elderly
    population should spark demand for increasingly
    sophisticated medical equipment and, in turn,
    create good employment opportunities in this
    occupation.

21
Robotics Technicians
  • DO ROBOTS INTEREST YOU?

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Robotics Technicians
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Still not found a career choice?
  • Well theres more to select from

24
Security Alarms Installer
  • In our society people are becoming more and more
    concerned about security. We are a world intent
    on securing our possessions from home to car, to
    personal alarms, security is big business. One
    job that has grown with this industry is that of
    the security alarm installer. A security alarm
    installer is someone who designs, installs,
    repairs, maintains, replaces, tests, services the
    operation of all intruder and security alarm
    systems in accordance with the local regulations.

25
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Security Alarms Installer
Install, program, maintain, and repair security
and fire alarm wiring and equipment. Ensure that
work is in accordance with relevant codes
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ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING TECHNICIANS
Occupational Profile - Utah Statewide
  • Utah Occupational Wages - Published November 2005
  • Median Hourly Wage 23.70
  • Median Annual Wage 49,250

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Engineering Technicians
  • Job Outlook
  • Opportunities will be best for individuals with
    an associate degree or extensive job training in
    engineering technology. As technology becomes
    more sophisticated, employers will continue to
    look for technicians who are skilled in new
    technology and require a minimum of additional
    job training. An increase in the number of jobs
    related to public health and safety should create
    job opportunities for engineering technicians
    with the appropriate training and certification.

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Employment
  • Overall employment of engineering technicians is
    expected to increase about as fast as the average
    for all occupations through 2014. Competitive
    pressures will force companies to improve and
    update manufacturing facilities and product
    designs, resulting in more jobs for engineering
    technicians. In addition to growth, many job
    openings will stem from the need to replace
    technicians who retire or leave the labor force.

29
Earnings
  • Aerospace engineering and operations technicians
    52,500
  • Electrical and electronic engineering technicians
    46,310

30
Employment Outlook 2002 - 2012
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technicians
    have been selected as one of Utah's Five Star
    occupations. Actual growth in the demand for this
    occupation will make up the majority of the new
    job openings.

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Top 2 Skills for Electrical and Electronic
Engineering Technicians
  • ONE
  • Importance 73
  • Skill Equipment Selection
  • Description Determining the kind of tools and
    equipment needed to do a job

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  • TWO
  • Importance 70
  • Skill Equipment Maintenance
  • Description Performing routine maintenance on
    equipment and determining when and what kind of
    maintenance is needed

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Knowledge Required?
  • Computers and Electronics Knowledge of circuit
    boards, processors, chips, electronic equipment,
    and computer hardware and software, including
    applications and programming.
  • English Language Knowledge of the structure and
    content of the English language including the
    meaning and spelling of words, rules of
    composition, and grammar.
  • Engineering and Technology Knowledge of the
    practical application of engineering science and
    technology. This includes applying principles,
    techniques, procedures, and equipment to the
    design and production of various goods and
    services.
  • Mechanical Knowledge of machines and tools,
    including their designs, uses, repair, and
    maintenance.
  • Mathematics Knowledge of arithmetic, algebra,
    geometry, calculus, statistics, and their
    applications.

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What kind of Degree do I require?
  • A.S. ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY
  • OR
  • A.A.S. ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY
  • or
  • A.A.S. ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

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ASSEMBLY
  • ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT ASSEMBLERS
  • Follow blueprints and wiring diagrams to put
    together electrical or electronic equipment parts
    and products.
  • They use test meters, precision measuring
    instruments, and a variety of hand tools and
    power equipment to do their work.
  • Soldering to industry standards is a skilled in
    high demand.

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Assembly
  • Some assembly required.
  • Without assembly, we would not have the end-less
    list of products and technology that surrounds us
    everyday.
  • Assembly is a critical process for all
    industries, to produce and repair products.

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Electrical and Electronic Equipment Assemblers
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Electrical and Electronics Installers and
Repairers
  • Job Outlook
  • Job opportunities should be best for applicants
    with a thorough knowledge of electrical equipment
    and electronics as well as with repair
    experience. Overall employment of electrical and
    electronics installers and repairers is expected
    to grow more slowly than the average for all
    occupations during the 200414 period, but
    prospects vary by occupational specialty. In
    addition to employment growth, the need to
    replace workers who transfer to other occupations
    or leave the labor force will result in many job
    openings.

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Training and Certification Required Electrical
and Electronic Equipment Assemblers
  • SLCC Electronics Department
  • One semester 180 hours open entry/open exit
    Skills Center Electronics Assembly Technology
    program.
  • 3 Courses
  • Universal Soldering and Assembly
  • Surface Mount Technology
  • IPC-A610D CIS

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ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT
  • PROGRAMS OFFERED
  • CREDIT
  • A.S.
  • A.A.S.
  • CERTIFICATES
  • SKILLS CENTER
  • ELECTRONICS ASSEMBLY TECHNOLOGY
  • ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN

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CURRENT CERTIFICATIONS OFFERED
  • ETA
    Electronics Technicians
    Association, International ASSOCIATE C.E.T.
    Certified Electronic Technician.
  • FCC Licensing.
  • IPC
    IPC-A-610D
    Acceptability of Electronic Assemblies Certified
    IPC Specialist (CIS)

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THE TOOLS WE USE
  • LECTURE
  • LABS
  • NIDA / CAI / TRAINERS
  • MULTISIM
  • CHALLENGE SOFTWARE
  • BENCH EXPERIMENTS
  • TEST INSTRUMENTS

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What to Expect
  • 50 THEORY
  • 50 HANDS ON
  • TROUBELSHOOTING SKILLS.
  • DAY AND NIGHT OFFERINGS
  • FLEXIBLE, OPEN ENTRY/OPEN EXIT.

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  • Nida Corporation has been in the technical
    training business for 34 years. We concentrate
    specifically on the training of electronics
    technicians in an ever-expanding number of
    categories. This is our only business.
  • Initially, Nida supplied training hardware and
    curriculum to military customers. Not long
    afterwards, we branched into public school and
    industrial technical training. We are still the
    primary provider of basic electronics training
    for all branches of the US military.
    Additionally, we are the exclusive provider of
    electronics competition equipment for the
    national SkillsUSA contest. Under the direction
    of the US Postal Service, Nida has designed and
    conducted this competition since 1997. More
    recently, Electronics Technician Association
    International (ETA-I) has accredited Nidas
    curriculum for their Basic/Entry Level
    Certification (SET) and Certified Electronics
    Technician (CET). We also service a growing
    international market of foreign militaries,
    industries, universities, and technical colleges.
  • Nida currently offers over three thousand hours
    of computer-based curriculum, nearly all of which
    is performance based.

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PERFORMANCE BASED TRAINING
  • COMPETENCY BASED
  • COMPUTER AIDED INSTRUCTION(CAI)

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ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT
  • Educational Tools for the 21st Century
  • Computer Aided Instruction
  • Increased retention through individualized study
    and visual aid reinforcement
  • Quiz and test questions randomly drawn from
    question bank.
  • True monitoring and control of student console
    within lesson experiment.
  • Incorporates hands-on testing troubleshooting
    of operational electronic circuits.

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THERE ARE MORE CHOICES.. IF YOU HAVE
TIME.. CAREER EXPLORATION CAN ANSWER A LOT OF
QUESTIONS? DAILY TASKS SKILLS REQUIRED EDUCATION
AND CERTIFICATIONS REQUIRED SALARY WORK
CONDITIONS
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Automatic Teller Machine Technicians/Servicers.
INSTALLATION,SERVICE, AND REPAIR
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Vending Machine Repairers (also Slot Machine
Repairers)
50
Office Machine and Cash Register Service
Technicians
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Home Appliance Repairers
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Electronic Home Entertainment Equipment
Installers and Repairers
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OPPORTUNITIES
  • AS YOU CAN SEE ELECTRONICS AND TECHNICIANS EXIST
    IN A LOT OF DIFFERENT INDUSTRIES,COMPANIES AND
    SECTORS OF OUR ECONOMY.
  • THEY ALL HAVE SOME COMMON ELEMENTS
  • ELECTRONICS,TROUBLESHOOTING SKILLS,INSTALLATION,RE
    PAIR,AND SERVICINGTO NAME A FEW.
  • THEY ALL REQUIRE CORE ELECTRONICS AND AN AREA OF
    SPECIALIZATION.

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UTAH TRENDS 2005-2006
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DEPARTMENT OBJECTIVES 2006-2007
  • RF COMMUNICATION TECHNICIAN DEGREE EMPHASIS.
  • FIBER OPTICS/LASER TECHNICIAN DEGREE EMPHASIS.
  • ROBOTICS TECHNICIAN DEGREE EMPHASIS.
  • CERTIFICATIONS TO SUPPORT THESE DEGREES.

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FUTURE CERTIFICATIONS TO BE PROPOSED
  • ETA
  • MEDICAL-
  • Biomedical Electronics Technician BMD.
  • SECURITY-
  • Certified Alarm-Security Technician - CAST(R)
  • FIBER OPTICS/DATA CABLING-
  • Certified Fiber Optics Installer CFOI
    Fiber Optic Technician FOT.
  • SATELLITE CERTIFICATIONS-
  • Certified Satellite InstallerCSI, Certified
    Satellite Installer (CSI- A) ANTENNA ENDORSEMENT


    Certified Satellite Installer (CSI) CSI-C/Ku
  • Certified Satellite Installer (CSI - COM)
    Commercial Endorsement
  • Certified Satellite Installer (CSI) CSI-SMATV.
  • COMMUNICATONS-
  • WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN
    WCM, USMSS Wireless. Wireless Communications (Two
    Way Mobile)- WCM.
  • Personal Communication Service - PCS-C
    (PCS-Cellular Certification).
  • RESIDENTIAL ELECTRONICS SYSTEMS INSTALLER RESI
  • AAMI-Association for the Advancement of Medical
    Instrumentation-ICC/USCC
  • MEDICAL-Biomedical Equipment Technicians (CBET)
  • IPC ELECTRONICS ASSEMBLY - J-STANDARD-OO1

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Biomedical Electronics Technician - BMD
  • Biomedical electronics technicians are expected
    to obtain knowledge of the principles of modern
    biomedical techniques, the proper procedure in
    the care, handling and maintenance of biomedical
    equipment and to display an attitude/behavior
    expected of an electronics technician who works
    in a hospital or healthcare environment.
  • Once the CET has acquired these skills, abilities
    and knowledge, he or she will be able to enter
    employment in any part of the biomedical
    electronics field.
  • With minimal training in areas unique to specific
    products, the CET should become a profitable and
    efficient part of the medical workforce.

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FIBER OPTICS
  • Certified Fiber Optics Installer CFOI
  • Fiber Optic Technician FOT

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Certified Fiber Optics Installer - CFOI - 2005
  • Fiber optics installers are expected to obtain
    knowledge of basic concepts of fiber optics
    installation and service that are applicable to
    all the functions required to safely and
    competently install fiber optics communications
    cabling. Once a CFOI has acquired these skills,
    abilities and knowledge, he or she should be able
    to enter employment in the telecommunications
    cabling field. With minimal training in areas
    unique to the special requirements of individual
    products or systems designs, the Fiber Optics
    Installer should become a profitable and
    efficient part of the workforce.

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Satellite Certifications
  • Certified Satellite InstallerCSI
  • Earning a CSI means you possess the knowledge and
    skills essential to a successful satellite
    technician as defined by experts in the field.
    The exams are practical and cover a broad range
    of hardware and broadcast technology, but are not
    limited to specific brands of products. CSIs
    bring confidence to everyone they come in contact
    with, from clients to supervisors to their
    peers. 
  • The importance of certification is recognized
    throughout most respected business fields. ETA
    Certified Satellite Installers are recognized as
    having the foundation for consistent quality of
    installation and service.

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ANTENNA AND C/Ku BAND ENDORSEMENTS
  • Certified Satellite Installer (CSI- A) ANTENNA
    ENDORSEMENT Earth station - TV Receive-Only
    (TVRO) - technicians install, modify, design and
    service satellite systems. They also may find
    knowledge of rooftop antenna systems important in
    their work.
  • Certified Satellite Installer (CSI) CSI-C/Ku
    Earth station - TV
    Receive-Only(TVRO) - technicians install, modify,
    design and service satellite systems for cable
    TV, SMATV, MATV, commercial businesses, consumers
    and governmental agencies. The CSI-C/Ku
    technician is proficient and knowledgeable in all
    aspects of C and Ku band direct broadcast system
    work.

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COMMERICAL AND SMATV ENDORSEMENTS
  • Certified Satellite Installer (CSI) CSI-SMATV
    Earth station -
    TV Receive-Only(TVRO) - technicians install,
    modify, design and service satellite systems for
    cable TV, SMATV, MATV, commercial businesses,
    consumers and governmental agencies. The CSI -
    SMATV is proficient and knowledgeable in direct
    broadcast system work and signal distribution
    methods as well as cable-MATV system head end
    operation
  • Certified Satellite Installer (CSI - COM)
    Commercial Endorsement Earth station - TV
    Receive-Only(TVRO) - technicians install, modify,
    design and service satellite systems for cable
    TV,SMATV, MATV, commercial businesses, consumers
    and governmental agencies. The CSI is proficient
    and knowledgeable in all direct broadcast system
    work including Internet 2-way services, signal
    distribution systems,SMATV head-ends and other
    commercial applications.

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USMSS Wireless CET Exam
  • A Wireless Industry Standard now exists for your
    technicians through a series of independently
    administered low-cost certification exams that
    can be held in testing locations near your
    office. The certifications start with an
    Associates exam covering basic electronics and
    goes all the way up to a Master level that
    indicates proficiencies in 6 different areas of
    technical expertise with several competency
    levels available in between.
  • ETA (Electronics Technicians Association), USMSS,
    the Industrial Telecommunications Association,
    and a Board of independent reviewers, recently
    completed an updated version of the existing ETA
    Wireless Journeyman's Exam that is up to date
    that reflects the current knowledge standards for
    our wireless technicians. It is available to
    anyone with at least 2 years of combined
    educational and sales experience

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Personal Communication Service - Cellular
  • The name of this technician certification program
    is PCS-C (PCS-Cellular Certification).
  • This exam shall be for a stand alone
    certification. The title of the technician who
    successfully passes the exam and shows the
    minimum experience will be Certified
    PCS-Cellular Technician.
  • Passing this exam also can qualify as the
    specialty option exam which, along with the ETA
    C.E.T. Associate Level core exam, results in a
    Certified Electronics Technician with PCS-C
    Specialty.

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ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT SALT LAKE
COMMUNITY COLLEGE TECHNOLOGY BUILDING REDWOOD
CAMPUS 5TH FLOOR
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For More Information Please Contact
  • Coordinator Gilbert Ulibarri  TB 516 A  (801)
    957-3274  (801) 957-4416 fax  Gilbert.Ulibarri_at_slc
    c.edu   
  • Advisor Katrina Green   Redwood, PO1   (801)
    957-4858   Katrina.Green_at_slcc.edu   
  • Division Chair Barbara Grover  SI 241   (801)
    957-4828   (801) 957-4960 fax  Barbara.Grover_at_slcc
    .edu   
  • Skills Center Admissions   (801)957-3354 and/or
    (801) 957-4097    
  • Skills Center Division Chair  L. Kaye White
       (801) 957-3182

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Electronics Technology Departmental Mission
Statement Salt Lake Community College
  • Upon successful completion of any electronics
    technology program at SLCC, students Acquire
    substantive knowledge in the discipline of their
    choice sufficient for further study, and/or
    demonstrate competencies required by employers to
    be hired and succeed in the workplace.
  • The Electronics Technology department will always
    strive to have programs and courses that are
    current and in alignment with local and national
    industry demands.
  • The Electronics faculty and staff will always
    provide direction and support for existing and
    potential students exploring career fields in
    Electronics Technology.
  • Electronics faculty will always provide the
    scheduled contact time for all students, allowing
    for ample opportunities for questions,
    explanations, examples, and full support during
    lectures and hands on learning assignments.
  • The Electronics Technology department will
    provide well structured, well organized, and
    effective educational learning opportunities.
  • The Electronics Technology department will always
    provide comprehensive, accurate, and timely
    outcome assessments to all students.
  • The Electronics Technology department faculty
    will always strive to improve and maintain the
    quality of all programs and courses, by being on
    time, and well prepared for all classes.
  • The Electronics Technology department will strive
    to have faculty that have the proper education,
    certifications and industry experience related to
    all programs and courses that are required for
    all students.

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RESOURCES
  • http//www.slcc.edu/pages/1189.asp
  • http//wnjpin1.dol.state.nj.us/cgi-bin/cv.pl
  • http//www.khake.com/page19.html
  • http//www.eta-i.org/
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