ELECTRONIC/ROBOTIC SKILLS will offer instruction and practice in basic electronic theory and circuit construction. Students will be introduced to robotic concepts and kit fabrication. Component identification, circuit construction and hand soldering will be emphasized.



Entry level positions working with electronic components, sub-assemblies and systems require any one or a combination of the following methods: reading work orders, following production drawings, assembly and
electronic diagrams and receiving written and verbal instructions regarding work to be done. Electronic workers generally work in an industrial or laboratory setting.


All necessary equipment will be provided by Wilson Tech.


Tech Math, Tech Phys Sci., Eng 12, CFM, Comp App


Electronic Technician, Robotic Technician, Electronic Operator, PC Board Assembler, Hand Soldering, Wiring, Robotic Maintenance Technician


  • Shop Safety
  • Hand and Power Tools
  • Soldering/disordering
  • Circuit Construction
  • Basic D.C circuits
  • Electronic Components
  • Electronic terms and abbreviations
  • Color Codes
  • Breadboard Circuits
  • Types of Circuits
  • Semi-conductor Devices and Technology
  • Surface Mount Technology
  • Diagrams
  • Basic Robotics
  • Multi-meters and Test Equipment
  • Ohms law - circuit analysis
  • Power sources

Samples Illustrated Below of Student Work in this Class Subject



CTE Skill Programs follow the same curriculum as their respective CTE Program counter-parts, except at a moderate pace, in a smaller setting with extra support. Students will receive preparation for entry-level employment and/ or post-secondary education and are expected to function autonomously. Transfer into more advanced programs (CTE Programs) is contingent upon a student's success.

Employability Profiles will be utilized to evaluate students' universal foundation skills and work-based technical skills. Districts may utilize the Employability Profile as part of the criteria to meet the Career Development and Occupational Studies (CDOS) Credentials and the CDOS Multiple Pathway option.

Our Career Assessment center, located at Wilson Tech's Huntington campus, evaluates students' career and academic strengths and weaknesses. The Career Scope is utilized as a Level 2 Assessment. A summary is derived from the students' responses and a list of appropriate career choices is presented.

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