A technician with two or more years of combined work and electronics training may apply for the Journeyman exam. To be a fully Certified Electronics technician, an entire certification exam must be passed, which consists of the Associate level exam, plus one of the specialized Journeyman options. This exam deals with advanced practice and theory applicable to the electronics specialty selected. The Journeyman level exam is a four hour exam and the applicant must score at least 75% on both the Associate and the Journeyman exams to pass. A technician who has a valid Associate certification will be required to write only the Journeyman option. A successful Certified Electronics Technician will receive a certificate and wallet card. The Journeyman level certification is the standard for professional electronics technicians worldwide. ETA also offers Transcript Services. Technicians must pass the Associate (CETa) exam before they can qualify to sit for the Journeyman. It is possible to take both the Associate and the CET exams simultaneously.
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