CEDIA offers four credentials that demonstrate competence in the knowledge and skills necessary to deliver outstanding technology systems. Certifications are held by the individual who must pass a proctored exam, commit to a code of ethics and maintain proficiency through ongoing learning.
Join the community of smart home professionals who are not only passionate about their work but have taken the next step to demonstrate their expertise and commitment to professionalism. CEDIA certifications are brand-neutral and designed by fellow integrators to provide meaningful recognition for technicians at all stages of their career.
Show clients, peers, partners, and employers that you have a proven level of skill and knowledge, making you and your company more credible.
Progress your career opportunities and earnings potential by proving that you are worth it.
Stand apart from your competition, use certification to support your brand and professional values.
This certification represents a technician whose primary task is to perform basic infrastructure wiring for low-voltage technology systems in a residential or commercial setting. Certified technicians are able to use proper tools and techniques, follow instructions per project documentation, and operate in a safe and professional manner on the jobsite.Find Out More
This certification represents a technician who can work independently to perform all functions related to the pre-wire (First Fix) and trim-out (Second Fix) phases of a project including troubleshooting common errors and verifying system functionality. Certified technicians follow best practices to properly mount and install a wide range of home technology equipment in racks and throughout a residence.Find Out More
If you think you’ve mastered the fundamentals of residential networking, including infrastructure, design, and configuration, then consider taking the CEDIA Electronic Systems Certified Networking Specialist (ESC-N) exam.Find Out More
Selecting products, creating schematics and drawings, forming budgets, and developing programming. These are just some of the everyday tasks of an electronic systems designer.Find Out More