Learn the skills you need to succeed as an Electronics Repair
Professional — at home, at your own pace.
There are certain basic electronics skills you need to begin a career
as an Electronics Repair Professional. With ICS Canada distance
learning, you can learn them quickly and conveniently. Cover these topics
- Introduction to electronics and the nature of electricity.
- Conductors, insulators, and batteries.
- Magnetism and electromagnetism.
- Fiber optic and optoelectronic components.
And you’ll learn it all at home – no classroom needed!
more information today or enrol online
and get started on a new career – it's fast and it's easy!
Start a moneymaking career as an Electronics repair professional.
Why complete a distance learning course in basic Electronics?
With the right credentials, you can:
- Earn as much as $38,000 per year in a growing career field.*
- Repair office machines, computers, home entertainment systems, and
- Work for an existing electronics repair and services business, or
begin one of your own.
Remember – Experienced electronics repairers with
advanced training may become specialists or troubleshooters, and workers
with leadership abilities may become supervisors. This means promotion
opportunity for you!
Note: The Canadian Fire Alarm Association lists ICS Canada's Electronics program as meeting the requirements of the Association's Course in Basic Electronics.
Contact ICS Canada Today.
We’ll send you FREE information with absolutely no obligation!
Find out more about Electronics Repair training that includes:
- All the books, lessons, equipment, and learning aids you
- Instruments, kits, and experiments for hands-on learning and use in
- Unlimited, toll-free instructional support
- Access to student services by phone, mail, and website
Get more information today and in as little as one
year from enrolment, you can have your career diploma in Electronics!
*Information on employment outlook and average hourly earnings
is based on “Job Futures – Canada’s National
Career and Education Planning Tool,” an electronic
publication of Human Resources Development Canada.