The program of electrician takes students into the world of assembling, connecting, servicing, planning and programming electronic and automatic devices. In the time of schooling, which gives students a lot of practical knowledge, students learn about pro­pulsion principles of electronic devices, computers, elevators, trains, power plants etc. The program con­sists of general and vocational subjects with com­pulsory job training at various (local) companies. If they show themselves as good and responsible workers, they may be given a job later after school.

The first step into electronics Is assembling and un­derstanding simple connections and circuits. This evolves into understanding the basic principles of digital technique and microcomputers, which is then upgraded into comprehending the surrounding sys­tems. Modern electronics help the teachers of electronics to show the nano world (a million times mag­nified) to their students by using computers, smart boards, cameras and video cameras. Classes are conducted in well-equipped classrooms and labora­tories, on field excursions and fairs. After vocational matura exam accomplished, the qualified electro technician has a wide range of job opportunities - household maintenance and assem­bly, catering, industry, electronics and automation manufacturing, development of the most advanced devices used In today’s society. He can also contin­ue his studies either in higher vocational colleges (two-year study) or on any other higher education institution. If he completes vocational matura exam with an extra exam (5th subject) taken in a high school of general education, he can take the under­graduate university program (the 1st level of Bolo­gna study) a technical universities.