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Auto Electronics - Advanced

This course is designed for persons with auto-mechanical knowledge who wish to gain skills in the area of automotive electronics.  Persons will be taught the use of engine mangement system to

pinpoint problems such as faults in the steering, transmission or any other major area in the car where the problems may occur.

Pre-requisite: Auto Electronics - Beginners


Latest Course Information

  • Oct 01, 2020

    Duration:
    12 weeks
    Day(s):
    Thursday
    Time:
    5:30 - 8:30pm
    Tutor:
    Mr D Fullerton
    Course Fee:
    $400.00

Frequently Asked Questions

Below are a few FAQs pertaining to this programme or course:

  • What is an Apprenticeship?

    Apprenticeship is a voluntary contractual training programme between the employer and apprentice which is ratified by the Director of Training of the Board.

  • What is the Admissions Policy for the In Plant programme?

    Employers wishing to access training through the In-Plant Programme should communicate the request in writing to the Director of Training. If the programme that the client is interested in is not readily available, a new course is developed for the programme.

  • Where are classes located?

    Training centres are located at various locations throughout the island and the class location depends on the particular programme. More information is available for Evening Programme details and training centre locations, including directions.

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Training Centres

This course is held at the following training centre(s):

  • St. Lukes Skills Training Centre

    This centre is located at the old St. Luke’s Girl’s school and offers classes in carpentry, plumbing, and other disciplines. The centre is currently being expanded, offering trainees hands-on experience on the project.

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Testimonials

  • Cynthia Martin

    Going to the Barbados Vocational Training Board to sign up for a Plumbing course, was one of the best decisions I’ve made in my life. I always thought you had to be a teenager or in your early twenties, to be able to sign up for training or even to be considered, to do an apprenticeship. But five years later, I am living proof that it is never too late to change careers completely. I am now self-employed and operating my own plumbing company; I’m never out of work.

    Cynthia Martin

    Managing Director, CJM Plumbing Services

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