Certifying and Supporting the Electronics Professional
ETA represents the electronics industry, from the technician and educator to the corporate institution. Widely known for electronics certification programs and accredited by the International Certification Accreditation Council (ICAC), ETA helps electronics technicians advance their knowledge and excel in their fields; while connecting employers to qualified electronics professionals.
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Trapeza Online Payment Policy Change (Effective August 4, 2014)
Trapeza online exams require advance payment before an exam can be taken. If payment is being made with a credit card or PayPal account, the payment must be made before the exam will initiate. If payment is being made with a check, money order, cashiers check or cash, the payment must be received at the ETA Headquarters before the exam can be taken. Verification of prepaid exam fees must be made by the proctor when the exam is being assigned. If a school is using a Purchase Order or needs to be invoiced, the PO number or account name will be required in the PO box before the exam will be available.
Please contact Cindy Reed at ETA (800) 288-3824 with any questions or concerns.
Who Employs ETA-Certified Professionals?ETA offers accredited certifications in over 80 different areas. You can find them in the public and private sectors. Who employs them? We think you will be impressed!
Check out our list of companies who employed ETA professionals from 2013!
U.S. Department of Labor Recognizes ETA International Certifications
Did you know ETA has 80 certifications listed by the U.S. Department of Labor on their CareerOneStop website? CareerOneStop is your source for employment information, managing your career, charting your pathway to success, and tools to help job seekers, students, businesses and career professionals with their goals.