Electronics Engineering Technician
Program Learning Outcomes
This Seneca program has been validated by the Credential Validation Service as an Ontario College Credential as required by the Ministry of Colleges and Universities.
As a graduate, you will be prepared to reliably demonstrate the ability to:
- Analyze, interpret, modify and prepare electrical and electronics drawings, layouts and reports, with guidance as required.
- Analyze and solve routine technical problems related to electronics engineering by applying fundamental concepts of mathematics and science.
- Apply appropriate troubleshooting techniques to electronic circuits or systems and perform test procedures.
- Assemble, modify, test and troubleshoot electronic circuits, equipment and systems in accordance with job requirements, functional specifications and relevant standards, with guidance as required.
- Maintain and repair electronic equipment and systems in accordance with relevant operational guidelines.
- Provide justification for the purchase of electronic equipment, components and systems in accordance with code, standards and job requirements, and functional specifications.
- Analyze and troubleshoot logic and digital circuits, as well as embedded microprocessor-based and microcontroller-based systems, including assembly and high-level language programs.
- Analyze and troubleshoot circuits consisting of passive components by applying appropriate measurement techniques.
- Analyze and troubleshoot circuits consisting of low power, high power, active and electromechanical components, and analog integrated circuits.
- Analyze and troubleshoot control systems.
- Troubleshoot, maintain and repair analog and digital communication systems.
- Apply relevant shop practices in compliance with safety policies and current regulations for electronics engineering workplaces.
- Assist in implementing and conducting quality control and quality assurance programs and procedures.
- Complete work in compliance with relevant legislation, established standards, policies, procedures and regulations, and ethical principles.