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Electronics Students can find study Material here:logic gate tablesDigikey Online Electronics CalculatorsOr under the Online Electronics TabTry the Challenge at fun trivia
Student Electronics Technician (SET)
PRACTICE TEST FOR coop Students
On Line circuit simulater
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3rd Grading Period
List of Excellance
Good Job All!!!
Electronics Technology List of Excellence
Asher Andres, Oil City Jr. Sr. High School
Tori Beichner, Oil City Jr. Sr. High School
Joseph Flinchbaugh, Oil City Jr. Sr. High School
Cole Ford, Franklin High School
Phillip Gierlach, Rocky Grove Jr-Sr High School
Tyler Seelnacht, Franklin High School
Wyatt Caryl, Titusville Sr. High School
Andrew Jordan, Cranberry Jr. Sr. High School
Andrew Long, Oil City Jr. Sr. High School
Mikhaila Schrum, Cranberry Jr. Sr. High School
Ryan Shaw, Titusville Sr. High School
Ethan Smith, Oil City Jr. Sr. High School
John Stine, Cranberry Jr. Sr. High School
Benjamin Wenner, Oil City Jr. Sr. High School
Students setting up the electric for applefest
Applefest 2017Students working on electrical panels for the Applefest that begins Friday.
Applefest 2017_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Two Electronics students were inducted into the National Technical Honor Society this year.Rachel Rimer Jacob BakerWe are very proud of these two!
ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGYRecently, VTC held a food drive to benefit Community Services of Venango County. Each shop competed to see who could bring in the most non-perishable food items. I am very proud to announce that the Electronic's AM Class was able to bring in almost 300 items to benefit members of the community.SKILLS USA CONTESTANTS 2016MechatronicsJeff Carson Jacob Baker
Fire Extinguisher Training at VTC
APPLE FEST 2015Venango Technology Center students Setting up the Power distribution panelsGetting ready for Apple Fest 2015
VTC'S ROBOTIC TEAMS PIT CREW 2015
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If you prepare yourself, there is no reason you should not be able to graduate from the Electronics Technology program at Venango Technology Center with the certifications needed to not only excel in your field, but also increase your marketability and earning capabilities. I look forward to working with you on this exciting opportunity.
Mr. Timothy Lyons
Electronics Technology InstructorELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGYThe Electronics Students are going to make Oil City Brighter this year and save the Tax Payers Money in the ProcessRe-Wiring Oil City's Christmas Lights
Current ProjectsZack Secules works on his Amp David Beach is working on his Multimeter Justin Miller makes a Christmas Tree
Learn to EarnApple Fest 2014Here we see Steve Holtz, former employee of Penelec,showing Austin Hazlet, student of Vo-tech electronics,on the workings of a breaker box for Applefest.More Photos of the Electronics students setting up the distribution boxes for Apple Fest!!Cory ShrefflerStephen MachenSteve Machen and Mark SouthwickAustin Eakin
Sophomore's Learning to SolderJeff Carson left and Zack Secules rightSchematic symbol Testhttp://people.sinclair.edu/nickreeder/Flash/schematicSymbol.htmWould you like to be a part of an exciting and ever-expanding future? Do you find yourself wondering how your iPod, television, or other electronic devices work? Are you a problem solver with a desire for hands-on learning? If so, then our Electronics Technology Classroom is for you!
Electricity and Electronics is a fun and fascinating field that holds endless possibilities for the future. This is an instructional program that prepares individuals to apply basic electronic principles and technical skills to the production, calibration, estimation, testing, assembling, installation, and maintenance of electronic equipment.First year students are building their own AM FM Radio. This is a very fun and educational project.Second year students are building their own Multimeter!Third year students are working on our industrial control systems trainer!