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Journeyman Certifications

ETA Certification Tracks offer extended courses for the advanced electronics professional. You must first complete the Associate Electronics Technician (CETa) exam on basic electronics. Select one of the areas below for your Journeyman or Senior level exam. Select six different certifications in six different areas if taking the Master level exam. Click on the links below to view PDF overviews of each exam’s test criteria, suggested reading, committee members involved with designing each exam, and ETA-approved schools that currently offer the exam.

Journeyman Exams:

Biomedical
Biomedical Electronics Technician (BMD)
Biomedical Imaging Equipment Technician (BIET)

Communications
Communication Site Installer (R56)*
Certified Satellite Installer (CSI)
Distributed Antenna Systems Technician (DAS)
RADAR (RAD)
Telecommunications (TCM)
Wireless Communications (WCM)
USMSS

Information Technology
Network Computer Technician (NCT)
Network Systems Technician (NST)
Computer Service Technician (CST)
Wireless Network Technician (WNT)

SmartHome
Certified Alarm-Security Technician (CAST)
Electronic Security Networking Technician (ESNT)

Other ETA Journeyman Certifications
Avionics (AVN)
Commercial Audio Technician (CAT)
Fiber Optics Technician (FOT)**(The prerequisite for the FOT is the FOI)
Industrial (IND)
Line & Antenna Sweep (LAS)**
Radio Frequency Identification Technical Specialist (RFID)

More about certification:
Certifications
Why ETA Certification?

Renewable Energy Certifications/Guides

Basic Electronics Certifications/Competencies
Stand-Alone Certifications/Competencies

Senior and Master Certifications
Motorola Certifications

FCC Licensing
Certification Rollovers
Renew/Maintain Certifications

Online Certification Tests

Online Self-Study Courses


*R56 certification expires after 4 years and must be retaken. This examination is to be attempted by Motorola technologists, engineers, contractors and vendors who have completed a Motorola-approved Communications Site Installer (R56) training course.

** Indicates special course; fee and hands-on exam from an ETA-approved school required.