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Electromechanical Repair Technician Certificate Program


NOW AVAILABLE


The Electromechanical Repair Technician Certificate Program (ERT Program) provides new, existing, and potential employees in the electromechanical repair industry a structured learning path to become a well-rounded, service center technician. The earned certificate will provide the student with a tangible and verifiable way to demonstrate to others that they have the necessary mechanical repair foundation to play a productive role in the service center.

EASA's ERT Certificate

12-24
months to complete
151
coursework hours
1500
hands-on hours
10
key areas covered in checklist
329
hours of bonus training included (not required)
$799
per student per year
(EASA member)


Time to complete
This program should take 12 to 24 months to complete and depends ultimately on the student's dedication and effort as well as the support of their sponsoring company. Entry-level students can follow EASA's suggested learning path, while experienced employees may choose to work on courses in the order of their choosing. Employees with years of experience have the opportunity to test out of material they may already know, thus speeding up their path toward earning the certificate.*

The student may work at their own pace, however, access to the program is based on a 12-month subscription. If not completed during the first 12-month subscription, the subscription must be renewed for an additional 12 months.

Study online
Coursework will be completed in the EASA Learning Center, a new online tool available via butlerrepublicans.com. Required coursework is made up of a combination of video presentations with related quizzes, online versions of EASA seminar manuals, downloadable study guides and interactive online (SCORM) coursework. In addition to the 151 hours of coursework required for the ERT Program, the student's subscription will also give them access to ALL of EASA's online training content — 480 hours total and growing! As set by EASA's Technical Education Committee, 70% is considered a passing score for all courses in the EASA Learning Center. 

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How will students access the course?

Note: Use of a laptop/desktop or tablet is highly recommended for the best experience. All online coursework is presented in English.

Cost
Access to the program is sold as a 12-month subscription and provides access to ALL content in the EASA Learning Center.

EASA Member $799 per student per year
Nonmember $1598 per student per year
  • All subscriptions are nonrefundable
  • If the certificate is not earned within the first 12 months, the subscription must be renewed.
  • Each subscription is tied to a specific student and that student must have their own account, username and password in EASA's database. The company has 2 weeks to assign a student to the seat, after which time no changes can be made except by EASA staff. In the event an ERT Certificate candidate leaves their company, a manager may contact EASA Member Services for a special exemption to reassign the remaining portion of subscription to a new student. In such cases, future subscription renewal may be required to fully complete the program.

Requirements To Earn The ERT Certificate

Program Introduction

Introduction to the Electromechanical Repair Technician Certificate Program
Duration:
20 minutes
Course format: Slide-based video presentation

Start your journey with a 20-minute presentation to learn about the goals of the certificate program and the required steps to successfully complete it. You must view this entire presentation in order to unlock the remaining learning activities.

Phase 1 (3-6 months)

In this phase of the program, the student learns about general safety in the service center, explores basic service center skills and is introduced to electricity and mechanical repair.

Must complete ALL of the courses below


EASA Vo-Tech Volume 1: Safety*
EASA Vo-Tech Volume 1: SafetyDuration: Approx. 19 hours
Course format: Interactive online (SCORM) lessons/presentations including a pre-test, downloadable study guides, and a post-test.

This course explains government involvement in ensuring a safe workplace and discusses safety in various maintenance situations, personal protective equipment and fire safety. It also covers techniques and safeguards in the use of rope, chain, hoists, and scaffolding when moving heavy plant equipment and maintaining plant utilities.

  • Lesson 1 - Introduction to Safety and Health
  • Lesson 2 - Government Safety and Health Regulations
  • Lesson 3 - Personal Protective Equipment
  • Lesson 4 - Chemical Safety
  • Lesson 5 - Tool Safety
  • Lesson 6 - Material Handling
  • Lesson 7 - Working Safely with Machinery
  • Lesson 8 - Working Safely with Electricity
  • Lesson 9 - Electrical Equipment Safety
  • Lesson 10 - Fire Safety
  • Lesson 11 - Protecting Your Health
  • Lesson 12 - A Safe Work Environment
  • Lesson 13 - Introduction to Industrial Rigging
  • Lesson 14 - Wire Rope and Wore-Rope Slings
  • Lesson 15 - Chain and Metal-Mesh Slings
  • Lesson 16 - Fiber Rope and Webbing Slings
  • Lesson 17 - Industrial Hoists and Cranes
  • Lesson 18 - Operating Practices
  • Lesson 19 - Scaffolds and Ladders

EASA Vo-Tech Volume 2: Basic Shop Skills 1*
EAS Vo-Tech Volume 2: Basic Shop Skills 1Duration: Approx. 18 hours
Course format: Interactive online (SCORM) lessons/presentations including a pre-test, downloadable study guides, and a post-test.

This course begins by introducing mathematical basics—numbers and numerals, subtraction, addition, multiplication, and division. It examines common fractions and decimal fractions, ratios and proportions, powers and roots, and discusses the calculator and its usage. It moves on to cover geometry, algebra, and formulas for problem solving. It finishes by covering units of measurement used in commercial and industrial applications including accuracy and tolerance.

  • Lesson 1 - Whole Numbers
  • Lesson 2 - Common Fractions
  • Lesson 3 - Decimal Fractions
  • Lesson 4 - Ratios and Proportions
  • Lesson 5 - Powers and Roots
  • Lesson 6 - Calculators
  • Lesson 7 - Geometry
  • Lesson 8 - Algebra
  • Lesson 9 - Using Formulas
  • Lesson 10 - Units of Measurement
  • Lesson 11 - Metric Measurement
  • Lesson 12 - Linear Measurement
  • Lesson 13 - Comparison and Surface Measurement
  • Lesson 14 - Measuring Motion
  • Lesson 15 - Measuring Forces
  • Lesson 16 - Measuring Temperature
  • Lesson 17 - Measuring Fluids
  • Lesson 18 - Measuring Electricity

EASA Vo-Tech Volume 4: Basic Electricity 1*
EASA Vo-Tech Volume 4: Basic Electricity 1Duration: Approx. 15 hours
Course format: Interactive online (SCORM) lessons/presentations including a pre-test, downloadable study guides, and a post-test.

This course covers a basic, non-mathematical approach to understanding principles of electricity. It introduces electron theory, static electricity, electrons in motion, and magnetism. It also covers basic methods of measuring current, voltage, and resistance during electrical troubleshooting procedures; and explains circuit components-conductors, insulators, resistors, capacitors-and simple Ohm's Law calculations for DC and AC circuits. 

  • Lesson 1 - Introduction to Electricity
  • Lesson 2 - Static Electricity
  • Lesson 3 - Current Electricity
  • Lesson 4 - Magnetism
  • Lesson 5 - Current, Resistance, and Potential Difference
  • Lesson 6 - Electrical Components
  • Lesson 7 - Conductors
  • Lesson 8 - DC Circuits
  • Lesson 9 - AC Circuits
  • Lesson 10 - Electronics
  • Lesson 11 - Solving Problems in DC Circuits
  • Lesson 12 - DC Series Circuits
  • Lesson 13 - Parallel Circuits
  • Lesson 14 - Series-Parallel Circuits
  • Lesson 15 - DC Circuits in Use

EASA Vo-Tech Volume 6: Basic Mechanics 1*
EASA Vo-Tech Volume 6: Basic Mechanics 1Duration: Approx. 14 hours
Course format: Interactive online (SCORM) lessons/presentations including a pre-test, downloadable study guides, and a post-test.

This course covers the most important hand and industrial power tools used on the job. It begins with measuring tools, including a discussion of units of measurement. It examines wrenches and screwdrivers, pipefitting tools, plumbing tools, sheet metalworking tools, machinists' metal-working tools, electric drills, electric hammers, pneumatic drills and hammers, screwdrivers, nutrunners, wrenches, electric sanders, grinders, and shears. It also covers hoisting and pulling tools as well as tool sharpening techniques for selected tools.

  • Lesson 1 - Measuring Tools
  • Lesson 2 - Wrenches and Screwdrivers
  • Lesson 3 - Pipefitting Tools
  • Lesson 4 - Plumbing Tools
  • Lesson 5 - Sheet Metalworking Tools
  • Lesson 6 - Metalworking Tools
  • Lesson 7 - Hoisting and Pulling Tools
  • Lesson 8 - Electric Drills
  • Lesson 9 - Electric Hammers
  • Lesson 10 - Pneumatic Drills and Hammers
  • Lesson 11 - Screwdrivers, Nutrunners, and Wrenches
  • Lesson 12 - Electric Sanders
  • Lesson 13 - Grinders and Shears
  • Lesson 14 - Tool Sharpening

Hands-On Work in the Service Center

ERT Hands-On ChecklistOn-the-job Checklist
Duration: Minimum of 1500 hours
With guidance and oversight of the student's employer/manager/supervisor, they will begin the process of mastering and documenting the skills and processes outlined in the provided downloadable fillable PDF checklist. A minimum of 1500 on-the-job hours must be documented. Once a task has been successfully demonstrated in the service center, the student and the student's supervisor/mentor will initial and date the task. As each page is completed, a member of top management must sign and date the checklist.

Any portion of the checklist may be completed based on work performed and competencies demonstrated prior to enrolling in the program.

IMPORTANT: It is the responsibility of the student's employer to monitor the student's progress and to make the determination when a student has displayed adequate proficiency for each checklist criteria point.

Due to the vast range of service center sizes, capabilities, types of work performed, and tools available, EASA is unable to provide detailed checklist criteria to cover every possible instance. It is the responsibility of the employer to ensure the student has sufficient knowledge and skill to safely complete each checklist item.

Phase 2 (3-6 months)

In this phase of the program, the student will learn more advanced skills that can be applied to their on-the-job training and tasks within the checklist.

Must complete ALL of the courses below


EASA Vo-Tech Volume 3: Basic Shop Skills 2*
EASA Vo-Tech Volume 3: Basic Shop Skills 2Duration: Approx. 18 hours
Course format: Interactive online (SCORM) lessons/presentations including a pre-test, downloadable study guides, and a post-test.

This course introduces the student to nonmetal materials, reading blueprints and general troubleshooting skills.

Nonmetal materials describes how they are most frequently used, their properties, characteristics, and classifications. It also covers synthetic and natural materials.

Reading blueprints covers all types of blueprints used in industrial plants. It discusses reading blueprints outlining machine parts and machine drawings, and examines pneumatic, piping, plumbing, and electrical drawings.

This course also explores the subject of troubleshooting and the importance of proper maintenance procedures.

  • Lesson 1 - Introduction to Nonmetals
  • Lesson 2 - Paints and Coatings
  • Lesson 3 - Industrial Chemicals
  • Lesson 4 - Carbon
  • Lesson 5 - Introduction to Reading Blueprints
  • Lesson 6 - Reading Machine Part Blueprints
  • Lesson 7 - Reading Machine Blueprints
  • Lesson 8 - Reading Piping and Plumbing Blueprints
  • Lesson 9 - Reading Electrical Blueprints
  • Lesson 10 - Sketching
  • Lesson 11 - Introduction to Troubleshooting
  • Lesson 12 - Working with Other People
  • Lesson 13 - Troubleshooting Techniques
  • Lesson 14 - Aids to Troubleshooting
  • Lesson 15 - Preparing for Troubleshooting
  • Lesson 16 - Using Schematics and Diagrams
  • Lesson 17 - Solving Mechanical Problems
  • Lesson 18 - Solving Electrical Problems

EASA Vo-Tech Volume 5: Basic Electricity 2*
EASA Vo-Tech Volume 5: Basic Electricity 2Duration: Approx: 10 hours
Course format: Interactive online (SCORM) lessons/presentations including a pre-test, downloadable study guides, and a post-test.

This course covers differences between DC and AC circuits. Explains AC sine wave, using vectors to solve AC problems, calculating impedance in circuits having inductance, capacitance, and resistance. It also covers the maintenance procedures and principles on which electrical test instruments operate. Basic instruments covered in this online course include voltmeter, ammeter, wattmeter, ohmmeter, megohmmeter and multimeters.

  • Lesson 1 - Principles of Alternating Current
  • Lesson 2 - Mathematics in AC Circuits
  • Lesson 3 - Inductance and Inductive Reactance
  • Lesson 4 - Capacitance and Capacitive Reactance
  • Lesson 5 - Impedance
  • Lesson 6 - Three-Phase Circuits
  • Lesson 7 - Principles of Meter Operation
  • Lesson 8 - Ammeters, Voltmeters, and Wattmeters
  • Lesson 9 - Resistance Measurement
  • Lesson 10 - Multimeters

EASA Vo-Tech Volume 7: Basic Mechanics 2*
EASA Vo-Tech Volume 7: Basic Mechanics 2Duration: Approx. 18 hours
Course format: Interactive online (SCORM) lessons/presentations including a pre-test, downloadable study guides, and a post-test.

This course covers belt drives, chain drives, gears and gear drives, adjustable-speed drives, shaft alignment, shaft coupling devices, and clutches and brakes. It also covers principles and applications of various types of bearings, including plain journal, ball, and roller bearings. It explains installation, inspection and maintenance of bearings, as well as specialized bearings, including powdered-metal, nonmetallic, and hydrostatic bearings. It includes information on bearing seals, lubrication, and maintenance practices.

  • Lesson 1 - Belt Drives
  • Lesson 2 - Chain Drives
  • Lesson 3 - Gears
  • Lesson 4 - Gear Drives
  • Lesson 5 - Adjustable-Speed Drives
  • Lesson 6 - Shaft Alignment
  • Lesson 7 - Shaft Coupling Devices
  • Lesson 8 - Clutches and Brakes
  • Lesson 9 - Bearings and Shafts
  • Lesson 10 - Plain Journal Bearings I
  • Lesson 11 - Plain Journal Bearings II
  • Lesson 12 - Antifriction Bearings I
  • Lesson 13 - Antifriction Bearings II
  • Lesson 14 - Ball and Roller Bearings
  • Lesson 15 - Specialized Bearings
  • Lesson 16 - Bearing Seals
  • Lesson 17 - Lubrication
  • Lesson 18 - Bearing Maintenance

Phase 3 (3-6 months)

During this phase of the program, the student will begin to expand their knowledge and skills focusing specifically on AC and DC machines.

Must complete ALL of the courses below

EASA Vo-Tech Volume 8: AC Motors*
EASA Vo-Tech Volume 8: AC MotorsDuration: Approx. 14 hours
Course format: Interactive online (SCORM) lessons/presentations including a pre-test, downloadable study guides, and a post-test.

This course covers the types and operating principles of common single-phase and three-phase motors. It explains how to identify motor leads on split-phase, capacitor-start, capacitor-run, permanent split capacitor, and repulsion motors. Also covers universal motors, shaded-pole motors, and other special types, including synchro and servo systems. It provides general maintenance procedures on all motors as well as control circuits and combination starters. Troubleshooting is discussed including use of schematic diagrams, determining sequence of operation, use of building diagrams, single-line diagrams, and identifying unmarked leads on three-phase delta and Y-connected motors.

  • Lesson 1 - Introduction to Single-Phase Motors
  • Lesson 2 - Split-Phase Motors
  • Lesson 3 - Capacitor Motors
  • Lesson 4 - Repulsion Motors
  • Lesson 5 - Universal Motors
  • Lesson 6 - Special Motors
  • Lesson 7 - Motor Installation
  • Lesson 8 - Motor Maintenance
  • Lesson 9 - Principles of Three-Phase Motors
  • Lesson 10 - Induction Motors
  • Lesson 11 - Synchronous Motors
  • Lesson 12 - Multispeed Motors
  • Lesson 13 - Maintaining Three-Phase Motors
  • Lesson 14 - Troubleshooting AC Motors

EASA Vo-Tech Volume 9: DC Motors*
EASA Vo-Tech Volume 9: DC MotorsDuration: Approx. 7 hours
Course format: Interactive online (SCORM) lessons/presentations including a pre-test, downloadable study guides, and a post-test.

This course covers DC power applications in industry, types of DC generators, operating characteristics of DC motors, DC armature principles, and armature maintenance and repair. It includes types of DC relays, DC controllers, overspeed and overload protection, drum and reversing controllers, dynamic braking, DC power supplies, diodes, semiconductors, SCR principles, and DC maintenance practices. Troubleshooting is also discussed.

  • Lesson 1 - DC Power in Industry
  • Lesson 2 - DC Electromagnets
  • Lesson 3 - DC Generators
  • Lesson 4 - DC Motors
  • Lesson 5 - DC Armatures
  • Lesson 6 - Maintenance of DC Equipment
  • Lesson 7 - Troubleshooting DC Motors

Phase 4 (3-6 months)

This phase of the program focuses on lessons from two of EASA's seminars and their related manuals: Mechanical Repair Fundamentals of Electric Motors and Principles of Medium & Large AC Motors. The student will also be introduced to the industry's standard for the repair of rotating electrical apparatus: ANSI/EASA AR100; as well as get an overview of EASA's Good Practice Guide to Maintain Motor Efficiency which is founded on the results of the 2003 and 2019 EASA/AEMT Rewind Studies.

Must complete entire Mechanical Repair Fundamentals of Electric Motors course
Must complete sections 11, 12 & 14 of Principles of Medium & Large AC Motors
(either NEMA or IEC version)
Must complete Introduction to ANSI/EASA AR100 and Introduction to the Good Practice Guide


Mechanical Repair Fundamentals of Electric Motors
Mechanical Repair Fundamentals of Electric MotorsDuration: Approx. 14 hours
Course format: Slide-based video presentations with quizzes. Access provided to online versions of the related seminar manual.

"Mechanical Repair Fundamentals of Electric Motors, 2nd Edition" addresses the basic mechanical aspects of motor repair.

Discussion will cover basic materials and their characteristics, the loading and stresses involved, the most common failure modes and patterns along with recommended repair practices as they relate to applications.

Course highlights

  • Inspection & Disassembly — Disassembly tips & procedures, Time- and labor-saving ideas
  • Enclosures — Suitability of various designs, Frame repair methods, Fans and air deflectors
  • Shafts — Step-by-step replacement procedures, Materials and design features, fits, clearances and importance of finish
  • Rotors — Aluminum vs. copper, Material/construction, Performance characteristics
  • Bearings — Types: ball, roller, sleeve, hydrodynamic, Installation and handling, Special modifications, Lubrication systems, Sleeve bearing repair
  • Seals
  • Assembly — Horizontal and vertical motors
  • Motor Dynamics — Alignment (internal and external), Importance of air gap, Dynamic balancing (emphasis on 2-poles)
  • Special Sections
    • Shaft currents and corrective measures
    • Explosion-proof motor repair

Principles of Medium & Large AC Motors
Principles of Medium & Large AC MotorsDuration:
Approx.2.5 hours
Course format: Slide-based video presentations with quizzes. Access provided to online versions of the related seminar manual.

The student must take the required lessons from either EASA's Principles of Medium & Large AC Motors (NEMA) OR EASA's Principles of Medium & Large AC Motors (IEC).

The student, with input from their supervisor, may select either the NEMA or IEC courses depending on the type of work most commonly done in your service center.

The student may opt to take both the NEMA and IEC courses, but completion of both is not required to unlock the certificate.

  • Section 11: Motor Accessories & Terminal Boxes
  • Section 12: Test and Inspection Procedures
  • Section 14: Storage Procedures

Introduction to ANSI/EASA AR100
ANSI-EASA AR100Duration: 1 hour
Course format: Slide-based video presentation with quiz.

This lesson provides an overview of the industry's guide for the repair of electric motors: ANSI/EASA AR100: Recommended Practice for the Repair of Rotating Electrical Apparatus.

The scope of this document describes record keeping, tests, analysis and general guidelines for the repair of induction, synchronous and direct current rotating electrical apparatus. It is not intended to take the place of the customer's or the machine manufacturer's specific instructions or specifications or specific accepted and applicable industry standards or recommended practices.

ANSI recognizes only one standard on a topic; therefore, the EASA Recommended Practice is the standard for repair of rotating electrical apparatus.


Introduction to the EASA/AEMT Good Practice Guide to Maintain Motor Efficiency
Introduction to the Good Practice GuideDuration: 45 minutes
Course format: Slide-based video presentation with quiz.

This lesson provides an overview of repair/rewind practices and tips that will help service center technicians and motor winders maintain or increase the efficiency, reliability and quality of the motors they repair.

Some of the included procedures included derive directly from the 2019 and 2003 rewind studies by EASA and AEMT of the impact of repair/rewinding on motor efficiency. Others are based on the findings of an earlier AEMT study [1998] of small/ medium size three-phase induction motors and well-established industry good practices .

The procedures in this guide cover all three-phase, random-wound induction motors. Much of the guide also applies to form-wound stators of similar sizes.

(Note: This guide provides many specific procedures and recommendations. Alternative practices may accomplish the same results but must be verified.)

Upload the Completed Checklist

EASA's ERT CertificateOnce all activities on the checklist have been completed and signed by the student's supervisor(s)/mentor(s), the student will upload the checklist to be reviewed by EASA's Technical Support Specialists. If necessary, EASA staff may contact your mentor(s)/supervisor(s) for verification of the completed tasks.

Once approved (and if all required coursework is complete), the Electromechanical Repair Technician Certificate will be unlocked and will be available for download and printing. A printed copy of the certificate will also be mailed to the student.

EASA will recognize ERT Certificate awardees online and at the annual convention. The online company profile will also display a count of employees that have earned the ERT Certificate.

*Credit will not be automatically granted for any EASA Vo-Tech volumes passed but not earned online within the EASA Learning Center. Students must demonstrate their knowledge of the EASA Vo-Tech content. Students may test out by successfully passing the pre- and post-tests for each of the nine Vo-Tech courses.

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The ERT Certificate Program is made up of many individual courses from throughout the EASA Learning Center. This brief video will walk you through enrolling in the course and how to access the required components.

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Yes, you can take coursework using an iPad or tablet as long as it has a web browser and an internet connection.

If using Safari or Chrome web browsers on an iPad, you may encounter an "Http failure response for http://www.tpcfusion.com/cid/easa/api/courses/play-course: 401 OK" error message. 

THE FIX
Safari: iOS
Settings > Safari > Prevent Cross-Site Tracking (Disable)
Chrome: iOS
Settings > Chrome > Allow Cross-Website Tracking (Enable)


Note: We do not recommend using smart phones. Much of the content would appear too small and some third-party licensed courses are not intended for use on such small screens.

Why am I seeing an "Http failure response ..." error message?

If using Safari or Chrome web browsers on an iPad, you may encounter an "Http failure response for http://www.tpcfusion.com/cid/easa/api/courses/play-course: 401 OK" error message.

EASA has licensed content from other organizations and that content is hosted on their servers. Your web browser is blocking traffic between those servers and the EASA Learning Center.

THE FIX
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Settings > Safari > Prevent Cross-Site Tracking (Disable)
Chrome: iOS
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Creation, maintenance and guidance of program requirements

The content and requirements of the Electromechanical Repair Technician Certificate program are administered by EASA's Technical Education Committee. These EASA member volunteers, representing service centers of a wide range of sizes and capabilities, provided guidance and input throughout the development process.

Special thanks to the inaugural Certificate Subcommittee: Chase Fell, Jay Industrial Repair (Chairman); Steven Carbone, Industrial Electro Mechanics; Matthew Conville, PE, EEMSCO, Inc.; Jeff Martin, Independent Electric Machinery Co.; Bjorn Mjatveit, EMR Consulting AS; Blake Parker, Integrated Power Services, LLC; and Jacob Voorhies, Mid Kansas Winding.

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