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Bedrock Learning Expands Training for Electronics Systems Technicians

Bedrock Learning, the preferred connected home and light commercial training provider, prepares professionals for 21st century jobs in technology installation with the introduction of its new Fundamentals for Electronic Systems Technicians (FEST) online course.

Bedrock Learning’s much awaited FEST online course aligns with all of Bedrock’s vendor-neutral courses on installed digital technologies. This comprehensive course covers key principles of construction methods, electrical basics, job site safety, tools and industry standards. Technical principles of structured wiring including cabling, components and outlets are presented and explained. Detailed step-by-step design and installation procedures, testing and troubleshooting methods and much more are covered, along with an introduction to the many different electronic systems and their benefits.

The eight-hour online course utilizes the latest techniques for online learning with interactive activities, animations, videos and voiceover for expanded knowledge and better understanding. Offered online at http://www.bedrocklearning.com/, the FEST course is available 24/7, at the affordable price of $149, and $199 with a full-color printed course guide.

Upon completion of FEST, students are prepared for industry recognized certifications including C-EST by the Electronic Systems Professional Alliance (ESPA) and several Electronics Technicians Association and International (ETA-I) certifications. Vocational and community colleges have the ability to easily implement all of Bedrock Learning’s online courses and material in to the classroom.

“This course lays a solid foundation for students looking for a career in integrating technologies in buildings and homes,” said Helen Heneveld, president of Bedrock Learning. “Now is the time to prepare our youth for the demand for connectivity in all aspects of our lives. All of our other courses build upon this essential knowledge and deliver a full curriculum for the industry.”.

The educational course is divided into 13 sections; each ends with a quiz, and a comprehensive test at the end of the course allows students to demonstrate their new found knowledge of the fundamentals for an EST. Upon successful completion of the course, students receive a Certificate of Completion and are prepared for hands-on work on a jobsite and/or product-specific training by manufacturers.

Bedrock Learning also provides a full line of vendor-neutral online courses including Home Networking, Multi-Room Audio, Home Theater, Lighting Control, Security and Access Control, and Project Management to help companies streamline business and increase profits. In addition, business resource CDs are available with industry proven forms and procedures to implement immediately.

To learn more about the Fundamentals for Electronic Systems Technicians course or any of Bedrock Learning’s other training offerings, visit www.bedrocklearning.com or call the Bedrock team at 616.355.1418 to explore the possibilities.

About Bedrock Learning
Bedrock Learning solves your training needs with online curriculum for the connected technologies industry. Developed by industry experts, courses deliver the principles of technology systems. Educational institutions use Bedrock Learning training to prepare students for 21st century careers. Current installers, salespeople, customer support personnel and other professionals learn, while quizzes/final tests provide knowledge verification. For over 20 years, companies have come to rely on Bedrock Learning because of student success and their ability to help drive business performance.

Media Contact: Brianna Bachrach | brianna@bedrocklearning.com | 616.355.1418

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