WORKING as a HOME TECHNICIAN

A home technician in the home electronics field is a rewarding career. It provides for flexibility and variety of tasks presenting new work almost daily. It is one-part craftsman and one-part intelligent worker. Combined, they provide a mix of work unique to this line of work unlike most trades. So, work with your hands and work with your mind.

And the work environment is luxury homes, some new construction, and others existing home projects. The range of systems you will engage with include audio, video, home theaters, gaming studios, serious listening rooms, managed networks, cameras, gate access, security, lighting, shading, and smart device control.

Who ultimately succeeds in this work?

Being capable of installing to specifications, able to work independently, thorough attention to details, ability to report and document work progress and open issues, communications skills, desire to complete on time, problem solving skills, good with hand tools, with computer skills being a plus. Defining PrepTECH superstars means you are reliable, take pride in your work, have a big appetite for learning, display a willingness to go beyond, and are a team player with high integrity and positive attitude.

A day as a home technician is never boring and your progression of skills will keep you climbing the success ladder for years to come. In these independently-owned companies, talent, passion, and unyielding work ethic stand out.

Four stages of development are typically available entry level technician, installer, lead technician and design/specifier technician. Often the career can lead to management and client care (sales and service) roles for those who want to pursue that track.

Expect an ever-changing and growing environment that is what home technology offers today and well into the future. PrepTECH is here to help you begin working as a home technician.

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