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George Brown College is pleased to announce that three of its distance education based technology training programs – Electronics Technician Certificate, Electromechanical Technician Certificate and PLC Technician Certificate - are now approved by the Electronics Technician Association International (ETA) for the purposes of training leading towards their certification as an Electronics Technician Associate.

Click here to view demo One of the primary advantages to using simulation tools when working with circuit design is that the virtual environment allows the user a means of experimentation and analysis without risking damage to equipment or personal injury. Students are free to change part values, alter circuit connections, and even cycle through a variety of IC's without risk. The student is able to see the impact of the changes made immediately by re-simulating the circuit under the new conditions. This makes tools of this nature ideal for training and education.

This comprehensive guide for setting up and taking online exams has been developed for all new and existing students. This detailed manual will guide you through all the detailed steps required to access and complete online exams. Everything from logging into the Resource Center to setting up email applications, to testing your email connection is reviewed in detail. This guide will help simplify and answer most questions relating to the process of writing an online exam.

George Brown has the best reputation for academic quality in Ontario, and second best for the quality of student experience, according to a province-wide survey of college applicants.

We are very pleased to announce that we've just activated five new interactive discussion forums for registered students. The forums are accessed from within the online Student Support Center. Each of our three programs, (Electronics, Electromechanical and Programmable Logic Controllers), now has its own private discussion forum, where students can share their comments, questions and experiences about the program with other enrolled students. The fourth forum is strictly a tutorial forum, where you can direct specific questions about course content to one of our online tutors.