Curriculum Guideline

Basic Occupational Education - Electronics and General Assembly (Certificate)

Effective Date:
Program Code
CNBOEE
Discontinued
No
Program
Faculty
Applied Community Studies
Department
Vocational Education and Skills Training
Credential Type
Certificate
Transcript Title
BOE - General and Elec. Assemb
Date of First Offering
Start Term
200210
End Term
Not Specified
Credential
Certificate in Basic Occupational Education - Electronics
Length of Program
Self-paced
Credits
0.00
Admissions Requirements

A preliminary interview with the instructor is required for acceptance into the program.

Curriculum Framework

Electronic and General Assembly Option  Students in the Electronic and General Assembly Option receive training that enables them to work in entry-level assembly positions in electronics and other manufacturing industries. The range of skills taught varies for each student, but typically includes:

  • electronic component preparation
  • printed circuit board assembly
  • soldering
  • cable and wire preparation
  • hardware and general assembly

Job-site placements provide continued training and work experience opportunities through the application of learned skills in manufacturing firms throughout the Lower Mainland.