There are some standards that professional organizations set for their Electromagnetic Compatibility Testing engineers. These standards are in place to help protect the interests of consumers. Some professionals will only accept individuals that pass the certification test. Others will not take the test at all, unless the student successfully completes the entire course and passes the certification exam.
The exam fee that professional organizations charge for their Electromagnetic Compatibility Engineering certification programs is based on the number of hours of training that you need to complete. Some of these organizations will let you complete the Electromagnetic Compatibility Engineering training online. You can complete the course in as little as six weeks. Some of the online classes will cost less than the amount of time that would be spent getting trained in a conventional classroom setting.
It is important to note that all of the Electromagnetic Compatibility Engineering certifications that are available come with a guarantee. However, the warranties are not firm guarantees. If something happens within a year of your certification date or three years of the time of your date of purchase, you could lose your certification. If a future occurrence is proven to be real, you could be subject to a recall. The certifications do not guarantee that a person will never develop an Electromagnetic Disorder.
There is also a national certification board called the American Association of Home Builders. This is an organization that does not offer Electromagnetic Compatibility design certification. The American Association of Home Builders offers an application fee and does not offer a certificate. The American Association of Home Builders offers a list of accredited home building contractors. The American Association of Home Builders offers a website with information about testing for the American Association of Home Builders certification.
The National Association of Manufacturers offers a list of eligible manufacturers. The national certification cost is two dollars and fifty cents. If a person does purchase the National Association of Manufacturers certification, then they will pay fifty cents for the exam fee and two dollars for the application fee. If a person purchases the national certification, then they will pay the two dollars for the exam fee and two dollars for the application fee.
The American Society of Interior Designers offers a national Electromagnetic Compatibility Design Exam. If a person purchases the American Society of Interior Designers national certification, then they will pay seventy-five dollars for the exam fee and seventy-five dollars for the application fee. If a person has purchased the certification from the American Society of Interior Designers then they will pay the two dollars and forty-nine cents for the application fee. The American Society of Interior Designers offers a detailed description about their Electromagnetic Compatibility testing.
If a person completes all of these requirements then they will be considered a certified Electromagnetic Compatibility Engineer. A person can become certified by taking the IICDA test. In order to be certified as an IICDA engineer, then a person must complete the IICDA associate application fee. The associate application fee costs one hundred and twenty-five dollars.