The general competence of this Degree onsists of conducting auxiliary operations in the assembly and maintenance of elements, electric and electronic equipment, as well as electrotechnical and telecommunications installations within building and building complexes. Students will assist clients, operate with quality, observe the labor risk prevention regulations, protect the environment, and communicate in oral and written form in Spanish, the co-official language (Basque), and a foreign language.

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First year
Second year
Electric and Home Automation Installations
Data Transmission Network installation and maintenance
Telecommunications Installations
Assembly and Maintenance of low-voltage electric installations, telephony, and communication
Electric and Electronic Equipment
Electricity and Electronics Customer Service
Applied Sciences
Applied Sciences II
Communication and Society I
Communication and Society II
Tutoring and Guidance I
Professional Training and Guidance
On the Job Training
Tutoring and Guidance II

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