Computer electronics technician

As a graduate of the Computer Electronics program, you might begin a career with companies that manufacture, install, debug, or maintain computers or computer-like equipment. This equipment includes, but is not limited to –

The training includes both specific technical skills needed in the field and broader skills in communications and human relations, which are necessary for your career success.

You'll have hands-on practice working with computer hardware and software. Classes emphasize both component and system-level troubleshooting as well as installation and maintenance of equipment and networks.

As a CISCO Regional Academy, we are driven to provide you with the most current and relevant networking education.

For more information, e-mail or call 503.399.6254.