A student moves a robotic arm.Photo of Electrical/Computer Technologies student working on residential wiring.

Electrical/Computer Technologies

Students install high/low voltage and data wiring systems, explore alternative energy and robotic programming, use millimeters, wave generators, and oscilloscopes, and operate a computer and electronics repair store. CompTIA A+, Electrical Interim Credential, ETA RESI-Residential Electronics System Integrator, and OSHA 10-Hour Safety certifications are available in addition to fourth-year math and college credit. Related careers include, but are not limited to, electrician, telecommunications technician, home security installer, computer and electronics repair technician, engineering, and robotics

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College Credit

Students who successfully complete this course may receive articulated college credit to the following schools: Baker College, Davenport University, Grand Rapids Community College, and Muskegon Community College. For information on how to earn articulated credit contact Mrs. Pulsipher at the CTC.

Students who successfully complete this class may earn direct credit to Muskegon Community College. A list of classes that offer direct credit may be found here.

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Instructor: Brian Blanchard

Mr. Blanchard graduated from Manistee High School before attending Michigan Technical University where he earned his associate's degree in Mechanical Design/Engineering Technology and Electromechanical Engineering Technology. He also has a Bachelor's of Science in Manufacturing Engineering Technology and an Master's of Science in Career & Technical Education from Ferris State University. Before teaching he had over twelve years of industry experience working as a manufacturing supervisor, quality engineer, account manager, and director of engineering and sales. He enjoys outdoor sports and spending time with family and friends.

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