Graduates of the Telecommunications Engineering Technician program can ﬁnd employment with a large variety of companies involved in the telecommunications industry. Typical GCC employers include public and private sector telecommunications companies and IT providers
Among the types of work environments that may use the services of graduates with these skills include, among others, data and telecommunications service providers, TV and satellite services organizations, computer network sales and services organizations, electronic systems R&D facilities and entertainment industries.
Graduates of the Telecommunications Engineering Technician program may have the opportunity to transfer credits to other academic institutions.
A current list of post-secondary institutions offering admission and transfer credit to CNA-Q graduates who meet the entrance requirements is available from the Registrar’s Ofﬁce or the Career Counseling and Resource Centre. Staff in both these ofﬁces will provide support and assistance to CNA-Q graduates seeking to further their post-secondary studies.
For more information, please refer to the Program Articulation and Transfer Credit section in this Academic Calendar.
This program may not be suitable for applicants who do not have normal colour perception.
Students should be aware of the strenuous physical dexterity required in this training program.
Employers will normally demand that all applicants undergo a physical capabilities assessment prior to hiring.
General education consists of technical reading, technical reporting, communication skills (oral and written), mathematics, physics, and circuit analysis.
Speciﬁc technical training focuses on various aspects of analog communication systems and digital/data communications systems. Practical oriented activities include cabling, circuit board fabrications, splicing, and the installation, conﬁguration and maintenance of telecommunications equipment/systems used in industry.
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School of Engineering Technology and Industrial Trades
+974 4495 2295