Electronic Systems Technician / Electronic Systems Professional Alliance

shutterstock_118429402-smallESPA Certification is a widely recognized industry “stamp of approval” that signifies someone has been properly trained in the fundamental aspects of Electronic Systems. Due to the growing demand for qualified, entry-level individuals, ESPA collaborated with industry experts & educators to develop a curriculum covering five key areas:

  • Electronic Basics
  • Tools
  • Construction Methods & Materials
  • Wiring & Installation Practices
  • Standards, Codes, & Safety Practices

What is an EST?

An Electronic Systems Technician builds, installs, & services a wide variety of residential and commercial electronic systems including:

  •  Audio / Video Systems
  • Telecom
  • Security / Alarm
  • Automation Controls
  • Cable / Satellite
  • Lighting Control
  • HVAC

An EST’s role is both High-Tech and Hands-On. It is ideal for someone who is tech-savvy and enjoys working with their hands.

Why Does Certification Matter?

  • For Technicians: The ESPA Certification provides you the knowledge and skills necessary to begin your career as an EST
  • For Employers: The ESPA Certification helps you recognize those individuals who have the skills, training, and professionalism to be effective on the job immediately.

The 5-day Hands-On Training with ProMedia can help you prepare for the ESPA Certification exam & start your path toward a long-term career working with Electronic Systems. Our instructors are working industry professionals with years of experience building & developing technology. Call us today to see if a career in Electronic Systems is right for you.

About ESPA

The Electronic Systems Professional Alliance (ESPA) was created to establish an industryrecognized certification for entry level Electronic Systems Technicians (ESTs). Electronics industry leaders CTA, CEDIA & NSCA founded ESPA in 2006 in order to meet the increasing demand for properly trained ESTs. The industry felt the need for a comprehensive and consistent approach for training entry-level technicians. The founding organizations tapped into their network of experienced educators and innovators who created the ESPA curriculum Industry Founders.