CEDIA Certification is a set of credentials that reflect defined areas of knowledge in the Smart Home Technology industry.
Certifications are held by the individual; you earn the certification, and you carry it with you as you continue your career.
Show peers, partners, and prospective employers that you have a proven level of skill and knowledge, making you and your company more credible.
Progress your career opportunities and earnings potential by proving that you are worth it.
Stand apart from your competition, show your clients that you're better than them and can prove it.
This certification represents a technician whose primary task is to perform basic infrastructure wiring for low-voltage technology systems in a residential or commercial setting. Certified technicians are able to use proper tools and techniques, follow
instructions per project documentation, and operate in a safe and professional manner on the jobsite. They understand the basic function of wiring and termination components being installed and are aware of common equipment and systems applications
which they may assist with mounting and installing during later phases of a project. While these individuals typically work under supervision, this certification indicates to employers that they are jobsite ready, can work billable hours performing
cabling and installation support, and have foundational knowledge to support additional training on equipment and technology systems.
Demonstrate mastery of design, installation, and configuration of the home network.
Virtually all technologies in the home are becoming part of the home network. If you think you’ve mastered the fundamentals of residential networking, including infrastructure, design, and configuration, then consider taking the CEDIA Electronic
Systems Certified Networking Specialist (ESC-N) exam.
Electronic systems technicians who are prepared to take the ESC-N exam have experience with wireless home networking, including advanced networking techniques such as VLANS, QoS, and remote access.
Selecting products, creating schematics and drawings, forming budgets, and developing programming. These are just some of the everyday tasks of an electronic systems designer.These individuals bridge the gap between the client and the installation
professionals, focusing on the overall system design and project completion.Electronic systems designers who are ready to take the CEDIA Electronic Systems Certified Designer exam should be well-versed in design documentation, project
design, needs analysis, and design management. Most electronic systems designers who sit for the exam have a minimum of five years of experience.
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