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. In return for your help, ETA will return a portion of the fee to either you or your employer for each ETA certification exam given (SET and EM Modules do not return a CA fee. Libraries are not eligible to receive this benefit. Other restrictions may apply). You may also choose to donate your fee to ETA.
We proudly offer the Trapeza online testing system as a quick and easy in-browser examination program for CAs and examinees. No download is required. CAs must submit a request to gain access to this system. Examinees can see their results instantly, and they may view and update their records and transcript at any time. Exam fees can be paid as the examinee begins their session. Trapeza has been consistently improved and updated since its launch in 2013.
Some CAs and examinees prefer the original paper and pencil format for examinations. CAs receive exam materials directly for this method of testing. The timeframe for results and processing will vary due to transmission of the information and materials. These exams are scored and processed at ETA headquarters in Greencastle, IN. CAs using certification exam booklets for testing must keep them in a secure location, or send them back to ETA.