STRAC Institute in Fayetteville, North Carolina

Complete the STRAC Certified Electronics Technician training program in as little as five months at our Fayetteville, NC campus. Contact us to see when our next session starts in Fayetteville.

Fayetteville Campus

3756 Sycamore Dairy Rd.
Suite C, Fayetteville NC 28303
(888) 754-1383

Monday – Friday: 8:00am – 4:30pm

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At STRAC Fayetteville

The STRAC Fayetteville, North Carolina training center is located approximately four miles – an 11-minute drive – from downtown Fayetteville. You’ll spend an immersive 40 hours a week training here in our classrooms and labs. You’ll practice hands-on industry skills with the same equipment employers use to become a Certified Electronics Technician and be career-ready in 18 weeks. 

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A beautiful, historic city located just outside North Carolina’s Raleigh-Durham Triangle region, Fayetteville is a hidden gem in the South. Pull up to a smokehouse for some world-famous Carolina barbecue, explore the outdoors at some of the area’s hunting and fishing preserves, or catch a ball game at Segra Stadium to watch the Woodpeckers, Fayetteville’s minor league baseball team.

Located right next door to Fort Bragg, Fayetteville prides itself on being one of the most military-friendly communities in America, and many locals are active duty, veterans, or employed in the defense industry.

Employers In The Area

Many graduates from STRAC Institute’s Fayetteville, NC location go on to work for the area’s leading companies in the industry including:

Your Instructor

STRAC Instructor Willie Burden

Willie Burden

Willie is the lead instructor and State Certifying Official at STRAC’s Fayetteville, North Carolina campus. Willie began his electronics career in the military, serving as an AGE (Aerospace Ground Equipment) Mechanic for eight years. After that, he worked for the Rocket Propulsion Lab at Edwards Air Force Base in California. At RPL, Willie installed instrumentation on booster rockets for the Space Shuttle and Titan IV Missiles. He then went on to Disney Studios where he created computer graphics for film and interactive software.

WHAT STUDENTS ARE SAYING

The experience I have received at STRAC so far has been very enjoyable. The small class size has allowed me more one-on-one time with the instructor. The hands-on labs are very informative and reinforce the lessons you have learned in the modules. I firmly believe that when I complete this course, I will be better prepared to start my new career as an Electronic Technician.
Christopher Blackman
STRAC Fayetteville NC Student
My experience was great. The instructors really know the material and know can translate it in a way so that everyone can understand. They also make it fun and engaging. Instructors really care about my progress and stay on top of me to make sure that I stay on track.
Carlos Hernandez
STRAC Fayetteville NC Student
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