Upon completion of the EET program, students can apply for work as electronics technicians, electronics engineering assistant, ICT troubleshooting technicians, functional troubleshooting technicians, equipment maintenance technicians, or field service engineers.
This course is a detailed presentation of microcomputer hardware and software and the Window operating system and environment. Students learn computer components and terminologies and how to operate the computer and peripherals. Students also learn how to create simple documents using word processing software and how to effectively using the internet and writing email.
Introduction To Profession
Introduces students to EET program structure, history of electronics, electronics technician profession and the electronics industry, basic math review and using scientific calculator, and how to effectively learn and work in the electronic industry.
Electronics Theory I And Circuit Calculation
Builds students’ fundamental knowledge of electric and magnetic fundamental, electric circuits analysis, analog and digital signal processing methods, architecture and functions of electronic circuits and electronic systems. Students also learn electronic components, elementary circuits and analog and digital electronics.
Introduces students to assembly works including electronic component identification and handling, overview of electrics and currents, how to use multimeter, color code alphanumeric code and EIA code reading, Prep and PCB loading technique, THT and SMT soldering and de-soldering technique, wiring and schematic technique.
Electronics Technician Skills
This course solidifies and builds on concepts and technician skills taught in Electronics Theory I and Assembly. It emphasizes on electrical circuits and lab techniques. Students learn how to build circuit with breadboard, assemble and disassemble electronic equipment such as a personal computer, use various electronic testing equipments, circuit simulation technique, system circuit troubleshooting technique, create and interpret schematic drawings, troubleshooting & repair techniques, and write technical reports.
Concepts and topics of algebra, including functions and operations with algebraic expressions, number systems, truth tables, linear and non-linear, logarithmic equations, ratios and proportions, and Boolean algebra
Electronics Theory II and Labs
Building on Electronics Theory I, students delve into electric and magnetic fundamentals, electric systems, general in electronic circuits, components, elementary circuits, and digital and analog electronics.
Electronics Theory III
This advanced electronics theory course covers general structure of electronic equipment, structure of a computer including Central Processing Unit (CPU), memories, interfaces, and power supply. Students will also learn (linear and switching), communication circuits, and step motor control circuit. Students are introduced to computing (include programming), communications, and automation.
Job Search Workshop
This course covers communications skills, effective resume writing, and job hunting techniques. Students are also taught how to improve their interpersonal skills and how to promote and market their skills using effective interviewing techniques.
EQUIPMENT USED IN TRAINING
- Overhead projector
- Personal computer
- Solder station
- Function generator
- Electrical toolkit
- Various electronics-related software such as Circuit Maker
- Miscellaneous electronics equipment
- Completion of 9th grade or equivalent or mature students status (18years of age).
- Passing score on the assessment test
- A student must obtain an overall average of at least 70% in order to graduate and receive a certificate. A student may achieve a grade of less than 70% in any module provided that the overall average is at least 70% and no module mark is below 50%.
- A Student may be allowed to retake a module in which the mark received was below 50% or to raise the average to 70%.
- A student must complete the hours of the Job Search Workshop modules for the program indicated on the course outline. Once all the modules have been completed with a GPA of 2.0 or better, students will receive an Electronics Engineering Technician Certificate.
JOB SEARCH WORKSHOP
All students at Au Lac Institute must learn how to effectively obtain a job in their chosen profession. Our Career Placement Department will assist the graduate in resume writing, as well as with preparing for job interviews. Through many years of experience working with many employers, our staff knows the job market and what employers are looking for.
Our staff will show the graduate some of the latest interviewing techniques and skills; techniques which will help the graduate to secure the job now and which will also be beneficial in their future career. Au Lac Institute works with many headhunters, job shops, and many small to large corporations in the Silicon Valley.
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