If you find modern appliances, communication devices, IT hardware and other electronic equipment fascinating, you’ll love a career in electronic engineering. We increasing rely on electronic equipment in our personal lives, and in industry, and that means there is a need for more people to design, install, service and maintain those devices. At Wintec you’ll get the practical skills and knowledge you need to be in demand in the electronics sector.
Electronics technicians help design, develop, test, manufacture, install, and repair electrical and electronic equipment. They may be involved in the product development process, quality testing, problem solving or installation, adjustment and reparation.
Electronic field representatives work for manufacturers, wholesalers or retailers in consumer or industrial product advising on installation, operation, and maintenance. They may also be involved in product training including writing the specification and operation manuals.
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If you're not ready for the Diploma, start with one of these programmes to gain the foundational knowledge you need for higher level study:
You can also check out other programmes and career options in Science Technology, Electrical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering.