As consumers and businesses increasingly use digital technologies to control security, thermostats, lighting, intercoms, entertainment systems and more, the need for low voltage technicians also has increased.
Palm Beach State College will host a virtual panel discussion with industry leaders on low voltage technician careers from 6 – 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 16. Those interested in attending must first register for this free Zoom event.
Panelists include Angela Barnard, CEO, Audio Visual Systems; … Continue reading PBSC panel to discuss need for low voltage technicians
Eleven students in Palm Beach State College’s Residential and Commercial Electrician program will never forget the house on 18th Street in West Palm Beach.
They finished wiring the 1,245-square-foot home for Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County on May 24. Better yet, their work passed city inspection with flying colors.
Supervised by their instructor, master electrician Dan Neff, the students worked full-time for 7.5 days to complete the “rough-in” stage for the home. They ran about 2,000 feet of cable, … Continue reading Volunteering empowers PBSC student electricians
When the phone rings with other colleges looking to replicate your program, you know you’re on to something.
Kent Hartwig is happy to take the calls. As the director of the new Security and Automation Systems Technician program at Palm Beach State College, he’s got a success story to share. The field is a hot one, most of the first class landed jobs halfway through, and companies are lined up to hire more.
The program started last August and paves the way to immediate employment in the rapidly growing security and building automation industry. … Continue reading Partnership unlocks doors to security and automation jobs