Discover How Certification Can Enhance Your Industrial Electronics Career
CCNN’s Industrial Electronic Technician program is a great way to launch a stable career that makes use of your skills and curiosity. There are several available certifications that can turn a good career into a great one. We prepare our students to sit for the International Printed Circuits (IPC) Soldering certification, which students take before graduation, but that’s just one certification. Here are some of our favorite certifications and some insight into the benefits of industrial electronics certifications.
Accredited by the American National Standards Institute, IPC is a global trade association widely respected for its leadership in the industry. IPC stands for the Institute for Interconnecting and Packaging Electronic Circuits, and its tagline is: Association Connecting Electronic Industries. CCNN prepares our students to sit for the Soldering exam.
National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET)
NICET is a nonprofit organization providing nationally accepted certifications. The Technician certification requires a written test, a work history form, recommendations, and supervisor performance verification. According to NICET, their certification is often used as a standard by which employers gage skills and knowledge.
The International Society of Certified Electronics Technicians (ISECT) Technician 1 Certification
The ISECT program was founded in 1965 and helps prepare and test technicians as well as protect consumers. They offer several levels of certification, and the Technician 1 certification is the entry-level certification. It tests basic troubleshooting, customer service skills, and more. Testers must have at least six months’ work experience to sit for the exam.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
IEEE is the world’s largest technical professional organization, and their main objectives are the educational and technical advancement of engineering and allied disciplines. Their Certificates Program provides continuing education and professional development hours for students and professionals.
Our Favorite Benefits of Industrial Electronics Certification
Certification shows professional achievement and acts as proof of knowledge. Some employers or government organizations even require certification. It also demonstrates a desire to keep up-to-date with industry developments and maintain compliance with industry standards. Gaining one or some of the above certifications can set you apart from the competition and elevate your career success. It may even increase your pay. Give your career the benefit of an industrial electronics certification. Contact CCNN at 607-729-8915 to learn more today!