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The ESA covers DC, AC, Semi, Digital, and Extended Digital in 5 parts. Certificates are awarded for passing an examination for each of the 4 parts. This examination is taken in the presence of an ISCET CA or Proctor in your area. Once all 4 certificates are earned the Associate CET is awarded. The ESA program offers advantages to students and instructors that the Associate level CET program does not offer.
The ESA-2 course in AC Electronics shown here is delivered on a CD which will load onto your computer and run at your call, or you can run the disc from your CD Drive without loading anything on your computer. Speed of the response from the disc depends on the specifications of the computer on which it is run. This disc is yours to keep. Use it as you wish. It is copyrighted to prevent copying.
ESA allows progressive testing, making goals more easily reached.
Questions during your study? Within each module is the ability to send an e-mail to ISCET asking any question concerning the study material ... answer is provided within 48 hours (holidays and weekends excepted) at no additional cost.
• Examinations are given immediately after covering each section ... better recall of knowledge learned ... better test scores.
• Certificates are awarded for each part of the ESA program, ESA-1 through ESA-4.
• ESA certificates are issued for life, but are subject to the registration requirements.
To preview the introduction and first module, click here.
Provides an excellent way for individuals to study electronics at school or at home and pass the various certifications. Call 800-946-0201 for additional information or questions.
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