Electronics Equipment Service Technicians 

Electronics equipment service technicians install, maintain, and repair household and business electronic equipment.

Work: Inspecting and testing electronic equipment, components, and assemblies, diagnosing and locating circuit, component, and equipment faults, adjusting, aligning, replacing or repairing equipment, assemblies or components by following equipment manuals / schematics and using soldering tools and other hand / power tools.

Title Examples: Audio-video Service Technician, Computer Service Technician, Electronic Equipment Repairer

Useful Secondary School subjects: Industrial Arts (Electronics), Sciences, Math, English

Degrees associated with this career: High School Diploma, Certificate, Diploma

Requirements: To be an electronic service technician, you usually need a two- to three-year college program in electronics, or a four-year apprenticeship program in electronic servicing and repair, or a high school diploma plus college courses in electronics and on-the-job training. , Trade certification for an electronic technician - consumer products is mandatory in Alberta and available, but voluntary, in the rest of the provinces / territories except Quebec. , As a qualified electronics technician - consumer products, you may obtain interprovincial (Red Seal) trade certification that provides you with job mobility throughout the country. , Most recent entrants have a trade / vocational certificate or community college diploma, and almost 1 in 10 has an undergraduate university degree.

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