Automotive Technology Training, Connecticut School of Electronics
|Today most dealerships require entry level technicians have at least completed schooling in automotive service technology through high school or by attending an accredited automotive service technology school. As in any career an education can make all the difference in obtaining a job or not. Skilled automobile service technicians can make upwards of $60,000 yearly with potential to make as much as $100,000 yearly.
Training Schools: Connecticut School of Electronics
Learn how to outpace the competition by winning with career training from Connecticut School of Electronics.
Connecticut School of Electronics trains you to the level that will make you an outstanding employee in technical, business, and health-related occupations.
The School uses tools and techniques you find in today's workplace to give you a real-world experience. Choose from the following programs:
Computer & Network Technology
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