Essential Skill Alignment Chart: Electronics Technology/Nanofabrication – CIP Code 15.0305

This chart is designed to help students and parents understand the educational and physical expectations and/or recommendations for the Electronics Technology/Nanofabrication program at Lehigh Career & Technical Institute. For additional information, please visit the program webpage.

Program Safety & Physical Considerations

  • Ability to focus on safety around moving equipment, hand tools, power tools, and other equipment
  • Ability to diagnose the source of a problem quickly and accurately
  • Ability to tolerate some chemical and strong odors
  • Ability for self-discipline and strict adherence to rules to ensure safety of self and others
  • Stamina, including focus at work station for long periods of time including standing or sitting

Essential Aptitudes Recommended

  • Eye/hand/foot coordination
  • Finger dexterity
  • Manual dexterity
  • Fine motor skills
  • Arm and hand steadiness
  • Visual color discrimination
  • Visual acuity
  • Ability to pay attention to detail
  • Spatial acuity

Reading & Language Arts Levels

  • College Prep Reading and Language Arts
  • Technical reading and writing skills
  • Adequate oral and written communication skills

Math Level

  • Basic Math Level
  • College Prep Algebra I
  • College Prep Geometry
  • Compute fractions, decimals, ratio, rate, percentages, and work with formulas

End of Year – 12th Grade Assessment Test


Industry Certifications

  •  Students will have the opportunity to earn industry certifications in the program

Program Requirements & Related Costs

  • No uniform required
  • Must wear long pants and enclosed shoes
  • Must follow the LCTI dress code

Cooperative Education

  • Students who meet all the requirements, including teacher recommendation, grades, attendance, and discipline record
  • Students must provide transportation to and from the job site

Articulation Agreements

  • Lehigh Carbon Community College
  • Statewide Articulation Agreements
  • Lincoln Technical Institute

Other Skills

  • Science aptitude
  • Mechanical aptitude and critical thinking skills
  • Ability to measure circuit variables using electronic test equipment and perform related mathematical calculations
  • Must be able to work with small components and interpret circuit diagrams
  • Ability to work with a team to complete a project

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Schnecksville, PA

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