Qualified Work Force Increases For Electronic Systems Industry

INDIANAPOLIS, IN--Electronic systems companies looking for qualified technicians to add to their team have a fresh pool of talent to select from. With the addition of more than 30 technicians who achieved ESPA Certified-EST in March at EHX, the number of qualified entry-level ESPA Certified-EST technicians has grown to more than 250 in the US.

“Since inception, ESPA and its affiliates have been determined to provide the electronic systems industry with a solid network of individuals who are ready to begin their career in the electronic systems industry,” said Kerry Moyer, ESPA chairman. “We will continue to grow the pool of talent to meet the increasing demands of our industry.”

ESPA certification is for entry-level individuals interested in pursuing a career in the electronic systems industry. Technicians who achieve ESPA Certified-EST status must sit for the entry-level exam which includes the fundamental knowledge of content areas including electrical basics, tools, construction methods and materials, wiring and installation practices, standards, codes, and safety practices.

The next opportunity to become ESPA certified is at CEDIA EXPO, September 22-26 in Atlanta, GA. Individuals interested in getting into the ESC industry and ESPA certification may find more information at www.espa.org. Organizations and schools interested in finding out more information about how they can become ESPA partners may contact ESPA Administrator, Don Gilpin at administration@espa.org.