I am an employee of a NETA Accredited Company, how do I register to take the exam?
If you are currently employed by a NETA Accredited Company, you can speak with your NETA Accredited Representative or NETA Technician Representative to learn more about your company's path for certification. All exam registrations are managed through these main points of contact at each company.
I am not sure who my Accredited Representative is, how do I find out?
You can contact the NETA office and speak with a Member Services representative who can direct you to the correct person/people at your NETA Accredited Company. Emails can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or you can call (888) 300-6382.
I am not currently an employee of a NETA Accredited Company, how to do I get certified?
If you are not currently employed by a NETA Accredited Company or are not sure if your company is accredited, you can search the current listing of all NETA Accredited Companies here.
NETA's certification program is designed to work hand-in-hand with the accreditation program and is only available to individuals meeting the prerequisite of employment. If you are considering pursuing electrical testing as a career path, NETA's Accredited Companies are an excellent place to start your search.
Am I able to take multiple exams in one testing period?
Technicians may sit for multiple exams in one testing window as long as:
- Prerequisites are satisfied for each level
- Any exams being attempted are listed individually on the VOE form.
- Exams are taken in successive order (example: must pass Level 2 before attempting level 3.)
If the technician receives a passing score for the first exam, NETA staff will authorize the technician for the next exam. The technician may then log in to Pearson VUE and look for a test date, time, and location to take the next level exam. NETA recommends that any technicians wishing to attempt multiple exams in one window, schedule the first exam as early as possible to assure maximum opportunity to sit for the second exam before the end of the testing period.