Electronics Technician Program in Aurora, CO
The Electronics Technician courses are taught over two semesters and consist of electronic theory, laboratory experiments, applied mathematics, and practical applications which prepare students to work with solid state and digital systems. Classes in both Analog and Digital Electronics are offered each semester.
Upon successful completion of the Pickens Electronics Technician program, the student has the option to seek employment as a Maintenance Technician, Electrical Equipment Technician or Electronic Test Technician. Students may also continue their electronics education in one of the two areas of emphasis at a local community college.
This program participates in the CCCS common course numbering system for course transfer to Colorado Community Colleges.
Instructor John Holmes
YEARS IN INDUSTRY: 25
Mr. Holmes has worked in various capacities as an Applications Engineer, including testing medical devices. He has served as a Regional Manager of Applications Engineering and as a Director of a Global Information Database.
Mr. Holmes has his Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering Technology.
YEARS TEACHING: Mr. Holmes has taught at Pickens for 11 years.
INDUSTRY CERTIFICATIONS AND/OR DEGREES:
Mr. Holmes has a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering Technology.