Hardware Troubleshooting Maintenance
This program is designed for students participating in the Halton regional program in electrical trades.
You May Be Interested If:
You’re a senior-level secondary school student and have an interest in a career as an electrician. You can take your first step toward a career as a professional tradesperson through the dual credit program - and there's no better place to start than Sheridan.
What Students Are Saying About This Program
“I chose the Dual Credit program so I would have an easier time finding an apprenticeship. I liked the in-class and especially the shop time!”
“I chose to attend this dual credit program because I wanted to see what it would be like to be an electrician technician. After finishing this program, I look forward to perusing the electrical path. This dual credit program is something I would highly recommend.”
What Will I Learn/Do?
You'll be taking two courses that focus on core areas of knowledge needed in the electrical trade, covering electrical codes and regulations along with construction drawings, as well as key principles of direct current electricity and components, with an opportunity to apply your learning in a lab environment.
|Date||Apr 26 – June 11|
|Time||2:00 – 6:00 p.m.|
|Campus||Davis/Brampton or Online|
|Course||Hardware Troubleshooting Maintenance (A+ Certification Prep)|
Students expand their knowledge of computer hardware and software and develop their troubleshooting skills. They learn how to build, configure, and maintain a modern personal computer on a network. Students learn about computer architecture, backup procedures, cross over cable assembly, simple client server networking, virus detection and control, system assembly and configuration, installation of software and hardware. Students learn to troubleshoot Windows, Linux, and Android operating systems.
Pathways to Full Time Sheridan Programs:
Your dual credit program offers you the chance to get a head start on the full time one year Electrical Techniques program, which offers an Ontario College Certificate. If you apply and are offered admission to this full time program, the courses you successfully earned in your dual credit program will be counted as completed.
Further Academic/Career Pathways:
Sheridan is recognized for excellence in skilled trades instruction. Our graduates have an outstanding track record, and employers seek them out for electrical apprenticeships. The one-year Electrical Techniques certificate program is the gateway to a full electrician apprenticeship. You may also want to continue your education in related engineering programs at Sheridan. You will receive credit for any courses successfully completed in the Electrical Techniques program that are in the selected engineering program.