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In order to make it easy for you to recertify there are now two ways you can maintain your EETC Technician Certification status.

  1. You can submit documentation of continuing education in your specific area(s).

  2. You can take the shortened test (Recertification Test) in you specific area(s).                                   *This test is only available online.*


In order to simplify the recertification of technicians, the EETC has designed an option that will allow technicians to use their continuing education and manufacturer service schools as credit towards recertification. This program will allow technicians to submit copies of training certificates and original certification letter in lieu of taking the EETC Technician Certification tests again. If you qualify, you will be recertified for an additional five years. Note: If you are are a outdoor power equipment distributor representative you will not need to include certificates with your application.

In order to recertify without taking a certification test, you will need to:

  1. Submit a copy of your manufacturer master technician certificate in your area of recertification.


  2. Submit copies of five manufacturer/distributor update seminar certificates.                                   Example: five, two stroke update seminars from any two stroke manufacturers to qualify for your two stroke recertification. Example: five, four stroke update seminars from any four stroke engine manufacturers to qualify for your four stroke recertification.


  3. Submit a copy of a certificate received from attending one semester at a technical school or a one-week manufacturer school with training in your area of certification.


  4. Apply For Recertification and payment. Your payment goes toward maintaining your records in our data base and sending out your new certificate.



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