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Electronics & Robotics


Mrs. Pam Crumpton

Phone: 256-905-2425


My name is Pam Crumpton, and I am the electronics and robotics instructor at LCCT.  Please feel free to contact me via email if you have any questions, or if you would like a tour of the LCCTC electronics and robotics program!

I have taught in Lawrence County School System since 2005. I taught math in grades 7-12. I have a BS in Mathematics with a minor in Psychology from Athens State University, MSMME in Mathematics from Montana State University, and a Short-Term Certificate in Electronics Technology from Calhoun Community College. I have also earned a CETa from Electronics Technicians Association International as well as an instructors certification from NCCER and certified to instruct MSSC Safety and Quality. 

Program Goal

Students chosen for this program are molded to be our future electronics and robotic technicians through skill, knowledge, and practice.

Our CTSO is SkillsUSA. Students who demonstrate leadership and knowledge of their skills in the classroom will be given an opportunity to attend district, state, and potentially national competitions. 

What is Taught?

DC Fundamentals (Dual Enrollment Option)


AC Fundamentals (Dual Enrollment Option)


Industrial Robotics (Dual Enrollment Option)


NEC Code (Dual Enrollment Option)


Safety & Quality (Dual Enrollment Options)


Program Certification

Electronics Technicians Association (ETA)

Alabama Ready to Work (ALRTW) - Seniors

Manufacturing Basic Skills - Lockheed Martin AMTAP Curriculum (Seniors)