Maverick Technical Institute (MTI) program, offers classroom and hands-on career training for students who wish to pursue a career as a Low Voltage Technician. In addition, once the program is completed, students will be able take the Electronic Systems Professional Alliance (ESPA) certification exam. 
Established in 2015, MTI strives to help students achieve professional success through personalized career support and job-specific education. With a campus in Nashua, NH, our career training school emphasizes a hands-on approach that puts students at the forefront of the technology, skills, and expertise needed to excel in their profession. Our certificate program is designed to accelerate entry into the workforce. 
As a student at MTI, you'll have access to a network of industry contacts such as partnerships and organizations that work in conjunction with us to enrich the education our students receive. Our helpful staff in Admissions and Career Services will work with you to achieve your professional and personal goals. MTI offers a day class schedule so you can invest in yourself with an education that will impact your life forever. 
A Low Voltage Technician (LVT) installs, upgrades, and services a wide variety of residential and commercial electronic systems including: 
  • Commercial Audio/Video Systems  
  • Control and Automation Systems 
  • Rack Assembly  
  • Computers and Networking 
  • Video Surveillance 
  • Telecom  
  • Lighting 
  • Home Theater 
  • Cable 
 A Low Voltage Technician (LVT) role is both high tech and hands on, and is ideal for someone who is tech savvy and likes to work with his or her hands. It’s no surprise that LVT’s are in high demand in today’s technology driven workforce. In fact, a recent survey of residential home technology professionals indicated that most companies expect to expand their staff by about 14% over the next year*. Since this type of work must be performed on site, there’s no fear of these types of jobs being outsourced. 
*Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association (CEDIA) Benchmarking Survey 2013 

Electronic Systems Professional Alliance (ESPA). ESPA Certification is a widely recognized industry “stamp of approval.” It signifies that an EST has been properly trained to be effective on the job from day one, and continue to learn and advance in the industry. The credential is a high-stakes professional industry certification, built according to the highest standards and administered only in a timed, proctored, environment. The ESPA Certified EST credential provides the fundamentals which support all of the electronic systems verticals; commercial, residential, security, etc. It is the foundation for all EST career paths.

The Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association (CEDIA) The Electronic Systems Certified (ESC) credential serves as the gateway to the residential electronic systems industry. It builds on the ESPA fundamentals and covers all of the subsystems found it the 21st century home, preparing the student to work in a variety of roles. Higher level CEDIA curriculum is also employed to cover more specialized skills needed by a residential EST and point candidates to higher level industry certifications. 
If this sounds like a career you are interested in, we have plenty of ways to help you get started. Unsure of where to start? 
Simply contact us at (603-577-1730) or email and we’ll help you find the right path. 

At MTI, students actually experience their future careers in real work settings. If you like learning by doing, look no further. Through our training, you will able to take the Electronic Systems Professional Alliance (ESPA) and the Custom Electronic Design, Installation Association (CEDIA), and Certified Technology Specialist certification exams and gain a foundation of knowledge that prepares you for a wide variety of industries and career paths. Unlike many careers, this same “basic training” can lead to several different employment paths, all of which are dynamic and constantly evolving. 
We intentionally want to keep our class sizes small so that we can provide personalized attention. We promote a team atmosphere, working in labs, and completing assigned projects. Students are well supported so that they don’t feel rushed when completing their assignments. 
 Hands-on experience with up-to-date well equipped electronics labs helps you to understand the concepts that you learn and gives you job-ready, practical skills. Students are both welcome and encouraged to use the workshop, outside of class time as long as there is supervision.  
Our instructors have worked in the Home Integration industry for many years. We offer personalized training from a dedicated faculty. Our dedicated instructors do more than just grade your exams; we help guide you, step-by-step, through your studies and hands-on training. We personally review each written module. We’ll encourage you when you’re doing well, and give you support when you need it. Most importantly, we’ll see that every question you have receives careful consideration by one or more members of the staff. You can be sure that the response, whether it’s a simple explanation or an in-depth theoretical discussion, will be prompt, courteous, and thorough.