ETA believes that legitimate third parties, such as experts, practitioners and instructors in the field, rather than by those who may have a direct interest in the outcome of the programs, should administer and approve certified electronics technicians exams. ETA serves as that third party administrator to technical education, providing a way for school systems to validate their electronics courses.
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Become an ETA Certification Administrator (CA):
ETA continually strives to make its exam testing sites easily accessible for examinees who wish to take our more than 50 different certification exams. We currently have 1,000 exam administrators at college electronics programs, community colleges, trade schools, military bases, and vocational-technical schools throughout the world. If your accredited institution/school or training facility is interested in becoming an ETA-approved examination site, please download an application. Print a copy of the agreement form below for your records and e-mail an additional copy of each form to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Upon receipt of your completed agreement forms, ETA will contact you and begin processing your exam site application. Certification
Administrators can apply for FO/DCIC/B-VoIP and FCC certification administration
Certification Administrator/Test Site Application
Fiber Optics, Data Cabling & B-VoIP Certification Administrator Application
FO/DCIC/B-VoIP Administrators must first be approved as Certification Administrators (CAs) and fulfill the requirements for Course Approval. Please complete the Online CA Application and Course Approval Form (pdf) before submitting the FO/DCIC/B-VoIP Administration Agreement.
FCC Administration Agreement
The FCC Administration Agreement is not available to testing sites outside the United States.
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