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The Electronic Systems Technician (EST) program is designed to teach students the basic skills for entry-level employment in the commercial or residential communication, security, fire alarm, integrated control, entertainment, or surveillance systems. Students will learn how to perform the duties of an Electronic Systems Technician or related job including assisting with low voltage cabling, basic electrical components and wiring, wireless system installation, installation, repair, and/or maintenance of control systems, and installation or repair of audio, video, broadband, media management, telecommunications, or voice/date systems. Graduates will also be familiar with introductory construction methods, safety, electrical drawings, and the National Electric Code as related to control systems.
Graduates of the program will typically qualify for entry-level employment as an Electrical Systems Technician, Audio/Visual Systems Technician, Security System or Fire Alarm System Technician, Control Systems Technician, or other related jobs in this field. EST Technicians generally work both indoors and outdoors mostly in homes, schools, stores, hospitals, office buildings, or factories.