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Someof the skills and qualities that can be helpful for telecommunicationstechnicians include.A telecommunications technicianensures that telecommunications systems such as computers, telephones, Internethook-ups and local area networks (LAN) operate and are installed properly. Mosttelecommunications technicians are responsible for the overall maintenance of acompany's telecommunications systems, requiring them to have in-depth knowledgeof the organization's network and telecommunication systems.Telecommunicationstechnicians are responsible for the setup and maintenance oftelecommunications equipment and systems, such as telephones, routers, andmodems. Climbing ladders, heavy lifting, and working in awkward positions maybe required, and precautions must be taken when working with powered equipment.
Students who are interested in becomingtelecommunications technicians can earn an associate's degree in appliedinformation technology or a bachelor's degree in telecommunications completelyonline.This is a required class, one of thefirst taken by students enrolled in telecom programs. With lectures andlab-based work on telecommunications theory and on the application of technicaland practical skills, students get a solid understanding of telecom systems andarchitecture. Students discuss network technology like fiber optics, Voice overInternet Protocol (VoIP), switching, routing and benchmark analysis of networkperformance. Lessons include transmission control protocols, packet and circuitswitching, routing, testing and technical problem resolution.The prominence of wireless communicationsmakes this a required class in most telecom programs. While the underpinningsof wireless communications theory are studied, there's a heavy emphasis onplanning and implementing wireless architecture. Topics of study includewireless spectrum allocation, planning for wireless telecom coverage andnetwork capacity. Some programs include lab work in supplement to lectures.Telecommunications technician educationbegins after you obtain a high school diploma. Many employers prefer candidateswho have completed a postsecondary education program with electronics, computerscience, or telecom technician courses. Individuals may learn the necessaryskills by enrolling in a certificate or 2-year associate's degree program.Local community colleges and technical schools offer these programs.Because a lot of the telecommunicationstraining that you will need is provided on the job, you should be able toobtain an entry-level job in telecommunications. Check out job boards and localprofessional organizations, or speak to your academic advisors or otherindustry connections in order to find out where you might be able to work.
Program Information andRequirements
Telecommunication techniciansplay a vital role in a company's operations because their unique skills introubleshooting and emergency repair allow companies to meet theirtechnological needs. The minimum educational requirements needed to gain entryinto the field are typically an Associate of Science (A.S.) in AppliedInformation Technology or a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Telecommunications.
The associate's degree focuses oneducating students in circuit-switch network technologies composed of copper lines,especially DSL. The bachelor's degree program instills students with a broadrange of practical and theoretical knowledge in telecommunication technologies,including problem-solving, analytical and business skills. Upon graduation,students can seek out entry-level employment opportunities in fields such astechnical support engineers, wireless application technicians or hardwarerepair technicians.
Through components of an onlinedegree program, such as online discussion boards, email and textbooks, studentscan gain experience and learn how to create and operate communication networks.Students will have the opportunity to explore and configure varioustechnological mediums, such as telephones, satellite, cable television andfiber optic cables.
In order to become a certifiedtelecommunications technician, students must pass courses that build upon theskills they'll need to work in the field, including diagnostic methods andcorrecting problems from remote locations. Some of the courses may include:
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