Our exclusive study guides and practice exams are powerful tools in helping you become a NETA certified electrical test technician.
Select your desired certification level. The four levels of classification are defined by NETA in terms of the skills and knowledge required in a given method or methods to perform specified electrical testing and maintenance activities.
NETA ETT Trainee Level I
The ETT Trainee Level I classification offers an entry-level gateway into the electrical testing industry.
NETA ETT Assistant Level II
NETA Level II Assistant test technicians perform limited testing and service work while generally requiring direct supervision.
NETA ETT Certified Level III
NETA Level III Certified electrical test technicians are capable of supervising NETA Level 1 trainees and NETA Level 2 Assistant technicians.
NETA ETT Senior Certified Level IV
NETA Level IV Senior Certified electrical test technicians supervises large projects and multiple crews and has the ability and knowledge required to work independently.
How to use this guide
1. These study guides are designed to help you focus on the required ETT certification elements, one category at a time. By breaking down these elements it is easier to create a study plan that works best for you.
2. Before you begin, it is recommended you take a practice exam to find out where your weak points are. By identifying these weak points you can determine where to focus a majority of your study time.
3. Move through each section at your own pace and check out the provided links. Over the course of your study, continue to take the practice exam to track your progress.
Study tips for the NETA exam
- NETA certification exams are based on a combination of field experience and classroom knowledge. Exams consist of a specific number of random questions from each knowledge category.
- Regardless of your classroom education level, chances of passing the NETA exam without field experience are slim. Don't rely soley on the practice exams, they are just a tool to guage your study progress. "Cramming" for the exam usually never goes over well. If you expect to pass, it will require at least 8 weeks of regular technical review sessions.
- Studying and practice testing in groups with fellow technicians is a great way to increase everybody's chances of passing. During the course of your study you should talk with senior technicians and present them with any questions you may have - much of the knowledge required to pass NETA exams comes from field experience.
- Stuck on a topic or need additional guidance? Visit the message boards and get the answers you need. You can also find tons of useful information under the neta exam tips tag.
About This Guide
This program follows the criteria set forth in the ANSI/NETA ETT-2015 Standard for Certification of Electrical Testing Technicians. You should first familiarize yourself with this standard before you proceed.
Disclaimer: This study guide is in no way intended to replace any kind of classroom or group study led by a certified instructor. This study guide was not created - and is not endorsed - by NETA or any of its affiliates.
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