Complete the STRAC Certified Electronics Technician training program in as little as five months at our Providence, RI campus. Contact us to see when our next session starts in Providence.
At STRAC Providence
STRAC’s Providence, Rhode Island training center is located at the corner of Fountain and Union Streets in the city’s financial district. Classrooms and labs are located on the 8th floor with views of downtown Providence. You’ll spend an immersive 40 hours a week training here on the same equipment employers use to become a Certified Electronics Technician and be career-ready in 20 weeks.
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Outside the classroom, Providence, which is 50 miles from Boston, is a fun city with a creative vibe, a thriving restaurant scene, craft breweries and laid back coffee shops. The America Mutual Pavilion (formerly Dunkin’ Donuts Center Arena), home to the Providence Bruins and Providence College Basketball, is right next door to the STRAC campus. Providence Place Mall, the RISD Museum, and historic College Hill, home to Brown University, are nearby. Parks along the Providence River offer places to walk, bike, relax and graze on food truck fare.
Beyond the city, the Ocean State’s beaches and harbors are a playground for surfing, paddling, boating, and fishing – and enjoying clam shacks and oyster bars! Newport’s hopping downtown scene is 45 minutes away, and Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket, and Block Island are all just a ferry ride away.
Employers In The Area
As both Instructor and Vice President of Technical Development for STRAC Institute, Zach works with employers in the electronics field to ensure STRAC’s curriculum keeps current with the evolving demands of today’s high-tech industries. This includes adding new industry certifications and designing hands-on training labs for STRAC’s Certified Electronics Technician program. Zach holds a degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Rhode Island, and has trained and worked in several electromechanical fields. Prior to his role as an instructor and curriculum designer, Zach served as STRAC’s lead engineer and subject matter expert engaged in the modernization of weapon subassemblies for the U.S. Department of Defense.