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Practical Electronics

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Why study Practical Electronics?

Electronics is vital to everyday life in our society. It continues to be a major contributor to the economy. It is important to areas such as manufacturing, finance, telecommunications, oil extraction, weather forecasting and renewable energy.

This course gives you a broad practical introduction to electronics and its impact on society. You will learn a range of practical skills through projects and investigative tasks. You will develop analysis, evaluation and problem solving skills, and learn how to use a range of tools and equipment.

The skills you learn from this course are suitable for careers in a wide range of scientific or engineering fields.

Career Pathways

To see what career areas this subject could lead to and the routes to get there, download and view these career pathways:

Communications and Media

Engineering

Garage Services

Manufacturing Industries

Performing Arts

Transport and Distribution

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