The result of the studies: the specialist receives knowledge in the basics of electronics, digital technology, information transmission, processing, reproduction, computer technologies; radio-electronic equipment of airports, constructions, and the techniques of their circuits. Acquire skills in the operation of equipment, and its technical service; skills in understanding elements of schemes, reading functional, principle, and assembly schemes; skills in diagnosis, testing, repair, and regulation of equipment; and receiving skills in carrying out preventive and regulated work. The first specialization is in electronic equipment maintenance; The 2nd specialization is airport electronic equipment maintenance;
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- Full Time
Secondary/higher education certificate(s) and its supplement, copy of a passport, one photo 3x4 cm (can be also electronical), Admission fee 200 Eur.
Tuition Fees for 2nd specialisation: Airport Electronic Equipment Maintenance €10,000.
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning