Tommy Ardry has become a Certified Associate Electronics Technician!
Pictured left to right: Instructor Mark McDougal, Tommy Ardry, & Instructor Shirley Brown.
Electronics Technology student, Tommy Ardry, has become a Certified Associate Electronics Technician (CETa) through the Electronics Technician Association (ETA). He passed his certification on February 3, 2012 as part of his course of study.
At the completion of the Electronics Repair Technician Diploma requirements, Tommy chose to pursue Certification. An ETA certification signifies that the holder demonstrates professional proficiency within their discipline. They are recognized as having the necessary knowledge and technical skill to design, install, service and repair electronic equipment according to industry standards.
The CETa program is one of the most widely recognized certification programs in the industry. To provide a path for the technician leading to the Associate CET credential, the student must successfully pass five modules consisting of: DC, AC, Analog, Digital, and Comprehensive Electronics. To find out more information about ETA’s certifications go to: http://eta-i.org
The Electronics Technology program is approved by ETA. The Electronics Program also has articulation agreements within the TBR Community College System. The agreement provides for 30 hours semester credit toward an Associate of Applied Science degree upon successful completion of 15 hours credit at the member institution. Contact the Tennessee Technology Center at Hohenwald at 931-796-5351 or www.ttchohenwald.edu for more information.