Electronic Technician

Electronic Technician
Introduction
Electronic Technician install, service or maintain and repair electronic appliances such as clothes washers, cooking ranges, dryers, ovens, microwave ovens , dishwashers, , waste disposers and compactors.

General Information
Course Industry:
Electronic Technician
Course duration:
240 credit hours (45 days)
Instructor:
Mr. Nazir Ahmed, Mr. Raja Nisar Akbar
Prerequisites:
Intermediate or Graduate
Course availability:
Available at Rawalpindi, Lahore and Karachi campuses.
Course Fee:
10,000 PKR ($ 200)

Desire Learning Objective


TECH-NI-TEST will help you gain knowledge and following skills you need:

  • Use of trade tools and various types of electronic circuits such as amplifiers, 
    Logic gates, oscillators and power supplies

     
  • Learn resonant circuits, audio /video and RF circuits and electronic sensors
     
  • Repair or replace faulty components, for instance integrated circuits (ICs) ,Transistors,
    capacitors ,Diodes and Inductors

     
  • Reassemble and test electronic equipment after repair


Instructional Techniques

We impart knowledge and Practical Training in following way:

Ethics, discipline, motivation, health and safety training:   Half an hour daily             (10%) 

Theoretical knowledge:                                                                       One (01) hour daily             (25%)

Hands on Training:                                                                                    Six (06) hour daily               (65%)


COURSE CONTENTS:

UNIT 1

  •          Learning Strategies
  •          Electronics Introduction

UNIT 2

  •          Nature of Electricity
  •          Practical Exercise 1
  •          Additional Unit Materials

UNIT 3

  •          Conductors, Insulators, & Batteries
  •          Circuit Analysis & Ohm’s Law
  •          Additional Unit Materials
  •          Practical Exercise 2

UNIT 4

  •          Basic Test Equipment
  •          Electronics Hardware
  •          Switching Devices
  •          Practical Exercise 3

UNIT 5

  •          Magnetism and Electromagnetism
  •          Capacitors and Inductors
  •          Basic Semiconductor Components: Diodes
  •          Basic Semiconductor Components: Transistors
  •          Practical Exercise 4

UNIT 6

  •          Alternating Current
  •          Capacitors in AC Circuits
  •          Inductors in AC Circuits
  •          Transformers
  •          Practical Exercise 5

UNIT 7

  •          Reactance and Impedance
  •          Resonant Circuits
  •          Applications and Troubleshooting of Resonant Circuits
  •          Practical Exercise 6

UNIT 8

  •          Rectifiers and Power Supplies
  •          Amplifiers
  •          Oscillators
  •          Optoelectronic and Fiber Optic Components
  •          Practical Exercise 7

UNIT 9

  •          Electronic Sensors
  •          Modulation and Detection Circuits
  •          Electronic Devices and Amplification
  •          Using Basic Oscilloscopes
  •          Practical Exercise 8

UNIT 10

  •          Audio and RF Circuits
  •          Oscillators, Feedback, and Waveforms
  •          Electronic Power Supply Systems
  •          Practical Exercise 9

UNIT 11

  •          Resonant Circuits
  •          Applications of Resonant Circuits
  •          Pulse Techniques
  •          Pulse Generators
  •          Wave-Shaping Circuits
  •          Timing
  •          Pulse Circuit Applications
  •          Troubleshooting Pulse Circuits

UNIT 12

  •          Logic Circuit Fundamentals
  •          Introduction to Number Systems
  •          Logic Devices and Diagrams
  •          Logic Families
  •          Applications of Logic Circuits
  •          Troubleshooting Logic Circuits

UNIT 13

  •          Linear and Digital Circuit Principles
  •          Integrated-Circuit Techniques
  •          Linear Integrated Circuits
  •          Digital Integrated Circuits
  •          Integrated-Circuit Logic Systems
  •          Troubleshooting Linear and Digital IC Systems 

UNIT 14

 

  •          Industrial Computer Fundamentals
  •          Digital and Analog Systems
  •          Software and Programming
  •          Computer-Aided Control Systems
  •          Interfacing Principles