Telecommunication and Electronics

The Telecommunications and electronic course is designed to meet the needs and expectations of the industry, by allowing individuals and technical alike to obtain knowledge of wired and wireless communications basic concepts, which apply to various types of voice, data, and video communications systems.

Once completed the Telecommunications Electronics Technicians will be knowledgeable and have abilities in the following technical areas: cables and cabling, analog telephony, equipment, telecom safety and mathematics, transmission service providers and protocols, distribution methods, computer, digital telephony, interfacing, internet, network infrastructures, and topologies, office wiring, wireless telephony, test equipment, optical wiring, and troubleshooting over the “last mile” of wired and wireline connections.

Additional Information

* Retakes must be completed within one year of the first exam session.

We offer online self studying resources for all of ETA certifications listed on our website. These resources are for self-study or certification maintenance purposes only, and do not lead to certification. You will need to sit for the appropriate exam by contacting us an ETA-Approved School.