Gain hands on knowledge and experience for careers in electronics tech!
Virtually Experience CCSF Electronics
CCSF Electronic's student Sam Kearns created a wonderful video that shares with you the nature, character, and faculty of our hands-on electronics training program. Ready to see the program in action? Then, watch the video below.
Detailed information for the electronics program can be found at the following links:
Kit Decker shares his experience in the CCSF Electronics Program:
The CCSF Electronics department provides an excellent and comprehensive education in electronics that has been directly responsible for landing me a promotion and moving my career forward in a way I didn't think possible two years ago. In short it provides excellent hands on experience with knowledgeable and experienced professors that are willing to work with their students and are understanding and accommodating for those students who also work full time. Definitely one of the best things I have stumbled upon in my life.
Contact for Questions and More Info
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About the BART TCLT Grant
$750,000 TO DEVELOP THE TRANSIT CAREER LADDERS TRAINING PROGRAM
From BART Press Release: We are pleased to inform you that the
District has received a $750,000 Federal Transit Administration (FTA)
Workforce Grant to develop a Transit Career Ladders Training Program.
BART was one of the nineteen out of fifty agencies submitting
applications to be selected.
This project is part of the 2015 Innovative Public Transportation
Workforce Development program, directed by the Federal Transit
Administration. The Transit Career Ladders Training (TCLT) Program is
designed to meet the growing needs of the transit workforce by
providing training access for traditionally under-represented
individuals with the goal of developing streamlined pathways into
At CCSF (Joint Program with College of San Mateo)
Students will complete their first year at CCSF. The subsequent year will be completed at College of San Mateo.
CCSF Program Description: Certificate in Basic Electronics includes instruction in the fundamental principles of electronics. Students will be able to apply this knowledge and understanding to perform tests, comprehend schematics, troubleshoot and repair analog and digital electronic circuits and instruments. Students will be instructed in the building of circuits that demonstrate an understanding of basic electronics device principles. Students will also learn how to develop procedural methods in troubleshooting and repair of analog and digital circuits and instruments.