Selecting products, creating schematics and drawings, forming budgets, and developing programming. These are just some of the everyday tasks of an electronic systems designer.Start Application
Selecting products, creating schematics and drawings, forming budgets, and developing programming. These are just some of the everyday tasks of an electronic systems designer.
These individuals bridge the gap between the client and the installation professionals, focusing on the overall system design and project completion.
Electronic systems designers who are ready to take the CEDIA Electronic Systems Certified Designer exam should be well-versed in design documentation, project design, needs analysis, and design management. Most electronic systems designers who sit for the exam have a minimum of five years of experience.
The Electronic Systems Certification - Designer (ESC-D) exam is 100 questions. A passing score of 70% is required to pass the exam and earn the ESC-D professional certification.
CEDIA certified professionals are required to obtain 30 continuing education units (CEUs) in a three-year period to maintain their certification status. CEUs are provided through CEDIA trainings and approved CEU Providers. To receive credit for Manufacturer training you have attended, please fill out the CEU Petition Form for approval. Keep track of your CEU status by reviewing your transcript. Log in to cedia.net and select My CEDIA then My Training.
This list is for information purposes and not designed to be comprehensive. The ESC-D exam includes scenario-based questions which require the candidate to apply their knowledge and experience to select the best option.
The 55-question practice test provides examples of the types of questions on the exam. Upon completion the test taker will see the results and receive an emailed score report. The practice is not designed to be comprehensive.
Computer-based exams are available at testing centers around the world. Visit Kryterion Global Testing Solutions to confirm a location near you.
Once you register for the exam you will receive an email from CEDIA within two business days with a voucher and link to the Webassessor portal to schedule your exam time and location. You have 90 days to take the exam from the date you register with CEDIA.
CEDIA Member Exam Fee: $200 USD / £170
Regular Exam Fee: $300 USD / £250
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