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IEEE WCET Certification – Boost Your Career!
Coordinated through Professional Testing (PTI).
With IEEE WCET® certification, you are able to clearly demonstrate your knowledge of wireless communication technologies to employers and be prepared for new opportunities as they arise in various engineering fields in the wireless industry.
IEEE WCET Certification Benefits:
- Globally recognized and vendor-neutral credential
- Demonstrates knowledge across the breadth of wireless communications
- Recognizes depth of knowledge and on-the-job experience necessary for success in the field
- Emblem of personal and professional achievement
- International industry participation credential development process
Before scheduling an exam, you must have received an authorization-to-schedule email from the IEEE Communications Society. For more information, visit the IEEE WCET website or follow the “Related Links” on this page. You may also contact the IEEE Communications Society at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scheduling for a computer-based exam
Your authorization-to-test email will tell you the first and last dates you may take the exam. It is up to you to make an appointment to take the exam in that timeframe.
Exam appointments may be made up to one business day in advance. Locations are available on a first-come, first-served basis, so it is advisable to schedule early.
First-time test takers must create a Pearson VUE web account. Please note that account activation may require up to 24 hours. When creating your account and scheduling your exam, you will need your IEEE-WCET candidate ID number from the authorization-to-test email.
After you schedule your test, Pearson VUE will send a confirmation letter listing your test date, your testing time, the address and phone number of the test center, and directions to the test center.
Obtain general information about computer-based testing and answers to FAQ, as well as practice taking a general exam using the computer.