Electronics Technicians Association
The Electronics Technicians Association, International (ETA® International) is a not-for-profit professional association that was founded in 1978. It was started by electronics technicians who felt the need for a group that would be independent of any industry influences on its technicians. The purpose of the association is to provide recognized professional credentials as a testament to an individual’s skills and knowledge in a particular area of study. ETA offers over 80 certifications including: Electronics, Fiber Optics and Data Cabling, Renewable Energy, Computers, Customer Service, Satellite, Biomedical, Avionics, Alarm-Security, Wireless Communications, RADAR, Audio/Video Distribution, and SmartHome. ETA is also one of 12 COLEMs for U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) testing. All certifications are accredited by the International Certification Accreditation Council (ICAC) and align with the ISO-17024 standards.
Today, ETA has issued over 115,000 certifications. These certified individuals are employed by more than 1,000 businesses/organizations across the world. The association is has over 5,000 members, 700 Subject Matter Experts (SME’s) serving on various Industry Advisory Committees and 1,000 Exam/Certification Administrators (CA’s).
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