We have training relationships with hundreds of companies across North America. They know the quality of the graduates of our program and these employers often contact us when they are seeking new employees.
Many of the students who enrol in our program are skilled trades people, such as electricians, millwrights, maintenance mechanics, etc. Although these students may have excellent "hands-on" skills, they often lack the advanced technical knowledge, and College credentials, to progress further in their field. Our program is the ideal solution for tradespeople who are looking to upgrade their skills and experience. Many of the better-paying technical service, installation, maintenance, and design positions that are available require higher levels of understanding of PLCs. Our program prepares graduates for this exciting field, while allowing them to continue to work while they complete their course of study.
The electronics and manufacturing sectors have undergone radical changes in the early 21st century. Many traditional manufacturing jobs have been displaced and companies that have been slow to automate have largely disappeared. This change has also created a tremendous demand for people skilled in PLC design, maintenance, and troubleshooting.
New technologies such as wireless have created many thousands of PLC jobs worldwide. Companies in North America continue to automate their manufacturing facilities at an unprecedented rate. Anyone planning their future in electronics/manufacturing can look forward to a wide variety of job opportunities, and the education provided by our program will prepare them to work in this interesting, challenging, and rewarding field.