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.
Want to get started on your path to ESC-D certification? Use the following resources to help you prepare:
ESC-D Practice Test
The 50-question practice test provides examples of the types of questions on the exam. The practice test for the current ESC-D is under revision. If you would like to access a previous version of the practice test, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org