Electrical & Electronic Systems
offer pay rates 20% higher than the national average*!
For almost 60 years, Lincoln Tech’s Columbia, MD campus has been the place to train for hands-on careers in the in-demand electrical and electronic systems technology fields. Now, electrical training at Lincoln tech makes even more sense as double-digit job growth is projected across Maryland by 2026, and the region offers one of the country’s highest average pay rates for electricians*!
The Electrical and Electronic Systems Technician program at our Columbia campus emphasizes low-voltage electronics as well as high-voltage electrical equipment like cabling, lighting fixtures, magnetic coils and relays, and much more. You’ll train inside the on-campus “Smart House” facility and gain hands-on experience working with mobile communications equipment.
Skills Acquired at our Columbia, MD
Electrical Training School:
- Train to install, troubleshoot, and service low-voltage electronic systems like whole home automation, closed-circuit monitoring systems, fire alarms, home theater equipment and more.
- Learn to install cable support structures and prepare pathways for copper and fiber optic cabling.
- Gain hands-on experience with cabling and networking tools and materials.
- Study electrical concepts as they relate to equipment like conductors, insulators, and switching devices.
- Practice using hardware such as anchors, supports, conduits and a lot more.
- Learn to install, test, and troubleshoot local area network cabling systems and voice/data systems.
- Build skills for entry-level residential electrician work.
Earn a Certificate in Electrical and Electronic Systems Technology at Lincoln Tech’s Columbia, MD campus, or increase your earning potential with a Service Management Associate of Applied Science Degree. Our partnership with Johnson Controls, a leader in the industry, can also provide opportunities for qualified students after graduation.
Get connected to an exciting new career, and put your potential to work! Call or visit the Columbia campus today.