Complete the STRAC Certified Electronics Technician training program in as little as five months at our Ocala, FL campus. Contact us to see when our next session starts in Ocala.
At STRAC Ocala
STRAC’s Ocala, Florida training center is located approximately three miles – an eight-minute drive – from historic downtown Ocala. You’ll spend an immersive 40 hours a week training here in our classrooms and labs on the same equipment employers use to become a Certified Electronics Technician and be career-ready in 18 weeks.
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While Ocala is two hours from the Florida coast, beautiful tropical waters are close by. Home to Ocala National Forest, the area boasts natural attractions that can’t be found anywhere else in the country like the turquoise rivers and pools of Silver Springs State Park and Juniper Springs. Whether you’re a hiker, hunter, paddler, or more of a relaxer, Ocala is the perfect place to get out there and enjoy the incredible surrounding natural beauty. Historic downtown Ocala is a walkable city with great restaurants, cafes and no less than three craft breweries. Conveniently located between Jacksonville, Tampa, and Orlando, Ocala gives you a taste of the country while never being too far from the city.
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Frank is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and has served as an Army officer on active duty and in the Reserves. He started his post-military career with Texas Instruments, and then held various engineering and management positions with aerospace, semiconductor material, telecommunications, and semiconductor equipment companies including Sumitomo, LG, and various start-ups. Under STRAC Institute’s contract with the U.S. Department of Defense, Frank served as the program manager for the modernization of legacy weapon subassemblies. He is an American Society for Quality (ASQ) certified Quality Engineer and an expert in developing and implementing ISO-9000 quality systems. He is also an ETA Senior Certified Electronics Technician (CETsr) and a certified Master IPC Trainer (MIT). Being a STRAC instructor allows Frank to combine two passions – working with veterans and teaching. In addition to the standard curriculum, Frank encourages students to work on special projects.