Successful graduates may pursue employment as entry-level technicians with residential telephone companies, the cable television industry, as a field or service technician with electronic or computer companies, as a cable installer, a fiber optics splicer and terminator, in security and surveillance, even as owner of your own telephone installation and repair company.
Hands on, practical training gives you the skills you need to enter the job market, while our experienced instructional staff constantly updates and broadens course content and training methods to insure that the skills you learn are up-to-date and meet the current needs of the real-world job market.
A revolution in communications took place and the telecommunications industry in the final two decades of the twentieth century continues today and into the foreseeable future. Our day-to-day life is surrounded by electronic and computerized equipment that is used for communications and for conducting business; from life-saving medical devices to communications in space. Fiber optics, cabling, computer hardware and software, computer networking, paging, security systems and cellular telephones are but a few of the areas that are continuing to enjoy rapid growth. Qualified technicians are needed to install, program and maintain the equipment needed.