Learn the skills you need to succeed as an Electronics Technician - at home, at your own pace, with Penn Foster Career School International.
There are certain skills you need to begin a career as an Electronics Technician. With Penn Foster Career School distance learning, you can learn them quickly and conveniently.
Cover these topics and more:
- Electronics hardware, transformers,
and electronic sensors
- Reactance and Impedance
- Oscillator and feedback waveforms
- Modulation and detection circuits
And you’ll learn it all at home — no classroom needed!
Graduates are eligible to sit for the Electronics Technicians Association International (ETA-I) Certification Exam.
Start a career as an Electronics Technician.
Why complete a distance learning course in Electronics? With the right credentials, you can:
- Work as a service technician in the growing field of computers and office machinery.
- Work for an existing electronics services business, or begin one of your own.
Experienced Electronics Technicians with advanced training may become specialists or troubleshooters, and workers with leadership abilities may become supervisors. This means promotion opportunity for you!
Recognized by the Electronics Technicians Association International (ETA-I)
The Penn Foster Electronics Technician Program is recognized by the Electronics Technicians Association International (ETA-I) who states "Penn Foster continues to convey the attendees of this program the necessary skills and knowledge which are validated by the ETA-I Certifications of Certified Student Electronics Technician, Associate Certified Electronics Technician, and Electronic Module 5 Certification."
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We’ll send you FREE information – with absolutely no obligation! Find out more about Penn Foster Career School's Electronics Technician training that includes:
- All the books, study guides, and learning aids you need
- Tools, kits, and experiments for hands-on learning and use in your career
- Unlimited instructional support
- Access to student services by website, phone, and mail