Career School Shares Its How-to Strategies for Those Interested in Electronics Systems Technology

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Porter and Chester Institute creates Infographic for students considering a career in Electronics Systems Technology.

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An informative and east-to-read Infographic that is likely to answer the most common questions of prospective students.

Porter and Chester Institute, a career school with more than 60 years of experience training the workforce of New England, has reached out to those who may be interested in the field of electronics systems technology with an informative and easy-to-read Infographic that is likely to answer the most common questions of prospective students. Also known as low-voltage systems, the electronics systems on which those in the industry are trained are integral to the modern electronics of contemporary life. From telephones and closed circuit televisions to the diagnostic equipment of area hospitals, there is virtually nowhere the wiring these men and women install doesn’t touch.

Among the facts and figures included in the Infographic are statistics on salary, the types of industries that require low-voltage wiring and the size of the companies in which graduates of accredited programs might expect to work. The Infographic produced by Porter and Chester Institute offers a broad range of employment possibilities that include the aerospace industry, home security and the energy and utility sectors.

In addition to general advice about the field, the Infographic also includes specific information about the Porter and Chester Institute Electronics Systems Technology program. Like all of its career training programs, the Electronics Systems Technology program at Porter and Chester Institute uses a hands-on approach to education and career training. Students are not only taught in classrooms; they’re trained in labs where they learn by doing and using the same kinds of equipment they would find out on the job.

Porter and Chester Institute has 9 locations in Connecticut and Massachusetts and offers 10 different career training programs including the Electronics Systems Technology program which can be learned about by checking out the Infographic.

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