Introduction to Basic Electronics
Electronic devices and systems are so integrated in all aspects of daily life that they are often overlooked or are simply taken for granted.
Within industry the use of electronic devices and systems is so widespread that a basic understanding of electronic devices and associated systems is essential for anyone involved with the maintenance and design of any monitoring system or electrical or mechanical control system.
This 2 day course will give delegates a good basic understanding of digital and analogue components and systems as well as some basic electronic circuit construction skills.
- Course content
During the course, candidates will cover the following:
- Introduction to principles of electronics, digital and analogue
- Identifying different components and their symbols
- Understand circuit diagrams
- Prototype circuits on breadboard
- Build circuits on Printed Circuit Board
- Design and build circuits on Strip Board
- Understand how to use the different test equipment
- Build various types of electronic circuits
No previous knowledge of electronic components or systems is required.
Whilst there is no formal assessment on this course, delegates will need to demonstrate a basic working knowledge and understanding of the electronic components, how they function and how they integrate together to form an electronic systems and that they can work safely.
On successful completion of the course, delegates will receive a certificate of attendance.
- More details
The course is quite intensive over the two days and is designed to develop and enhance the delegates understanding of electronic components and how they are used to develop electronic systems.
It is delivered through a combination of classroom lessons and practical exercises utilising the different equipment used in the testing of electronic systems.
This Basic Electronics training is ideal for:
- Delegates who are involved in building and maintaining electronic systems
- Electrical and maintenance engineers required to improve their electronic knowledge
- Users with a small amount of electronic experience