Certification

Technician Certification

As part of its commitment to advancing professionalism within the On-Site Power industry, EGSA has created the Electrical Generator Systems Technician Certification Program. Through rigorous testing, the program will identify those technicians who not only have a broad knowledge of electricity, mechanical and electrical components and the interaction between them, but are proficient in the installation, service, maintenance, and repair of On-Site Power generation systems.

Technician Certification is available in two levels:

  • Apprentice - The Apprentice level exam provides technical college students, recent graduates, military personnel and other 1st or 2nd-year technicians with proof that the basic skill set has been met (certification valid for 3 years).
     
  • Journeyman - A passing grade on our Journeyman exam assures an employer that this technician meets or exceeds 3 years of practical field experience. This exam tests in 61 individual areas of expertise (certification valid for 5 years).  
     

Pricing

Learn more about pricing and get registration forms on our Pricing page.


Order Your Exam and Study Guides

Orders for Technician Certification items must be made directly through Ferris State University.  Please contact Ferris State to check the status of your order.


Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have a question about Technician Certification?  Please visit our FAQ page.


Test Preparation

EGSA offers study guides that can be found on the Apprentice and Journeyman order forms.  Additional test preparation materials can be found at: