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A student in the Test B Electronic Equipment Technology Certificate program in a computer lab surrounded by equipment..
Sarath Men, Raytheon employee and NECC student

The Raytheon Test B Electronic Equipment Technology Certificate Program is offered to Raytheon Employees Only

The fifteen month Raytheon Test B Electronic Equipment Technology Certificate is designed to prepare Raytheon employees/students for a Test B position. Often this is as entry level electronic equipment technicians, with immediate marketable skills in electronic theory and with hands on laboratory experiences.

Courses and Requirements

 

Program Pathway

A pathway is the most efficient sequence of courses semester-to-semester recommended for students to complete their degree. View the suggested pathway for the Test B Certificate (Raytheon).

Contact

Department Contacts

Department Contacts

Paul Chanley

Department Chair, Office: TC-219 Phone: 978-556-3502 Email: pchanley@necc.mass.edu

Additional Information

Student Learning Outcomes - Test B Electronic Equipment Technology Certificate - Raytheon

Student Learning Outcomes – Test B Electronic Equipment Technology Certificate – Raytheon

  • Analyze problems, isolate and describe the important components of a problem: what is given (design specifications, performance requirements and testing standards). Identify variables- known and unknown.
  • Represent problems in a visual form, such as a schematic, flow chart, diagram, data table, or model.
  • Validate strong fundamentals in the aptitude to formulate and solve problems by applying principles of mathematics, science and technology.
  • Prove the capacity to conduct an experiment, use laboratory materials, properly and safely, note observations accurately, precisely and describe procedures.
  • Effectively use software simulation and information acquisition tools to collect, analyze and interpret data. Develop proficiency in the use and application of new tools and methods from the field of math, science, and technology.
  • Demonstrate the ability to be an independent and equal contributor on a team-based project. Be able to articulate the overall team project goals and roles of the members.
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