ICT Professions


ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN Applied Technique


Abilities
Manual skills Numerical ability
Oral and written communication skills

Depending on the degree of specialization, an Electronics Technician can work with equipment ranging from electrical appliances containing electronic circuits for common use (radios, TV sets, etc.) to professional equipment (radars, computers). Due to the fast advance of science, she/he must constantly update her/his knowledge.

What to Study
  • ISCED 3 A,B,C (LOWER / UPPER) SECONDARY EDUCATION
    • Electronic Appliances and facilities
  • ISCED 4 A,B,C POST-SECONDARY NON TERTIARY EDUCATION
    • Electronic product development
    • Electronic services
    • Automatic regulation control systems
    • Computer and telecommunication systems
  • ISCED 5 A,B,C FIRST STAGE OF TERTIARY EDUCATION (NOT LEADING DIRECTLY TO AN ADVANCED RESEARCH QUALIFICATION)
    • Technical Engineering in Electronics
    • Industrial Technical Engineering (specialty in Industrial Electronics)
  • ISCED 6 SECOND STAGE OF TERTIARY EDUCATION (LEADING TO AN ADVANCED RESEARCH QUALIFICATION)
    • Electronic Engineering
    • Automatisation and Industrial Electronics Engineering
Employment Opportunities
  • Electronics businesses
  • Electronic equipment manufacturing
  • Electronic equipment repair
  • Research and Development (R+D) companies