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ESPA Seeks Input from Electronic Systems Technicians

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FALLS CHURCH, VA -- The Electronic Systems Professionals Alliance (ESPA), a relatively new organization representing entry-level electronic systems technicians, is conducting a study of the training and certification needs of entry-level ESTs with the aim of developing certification programs that more accurately address their needs and elevate the profession with clear career paths.

To get the study underway, the ESPA is calling for the input of owners and managers of custom installation firms and the technicians who work with them. To participate, click the link below to provide feedback. Answering the questions should take approximately 5-10 minutes to complete. All responses will be kept confidential.

The ESPA asks that all survey participants encourage other technicians in their firm to participate as well. This will allow the ESPA to get the thoughts and opinions of as many individuals as possible and inevitably push the creation of programs to fit a broader audience.

SCN will share the results of the survey in January and explain how ESPA plans to use those results to build even better programs for ESTs.


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