Certified Controls Engineer (CCE)
The Certified Controls Engineer (CCE) is a multi-subject exam emphasizing automation and control system applicable to a broad swath of industrial applications. The exam can be used for individual certification and for program assessment. The CCE is designed for professionals with a 4-year degree in applied engineering or engineering technology with a concentration in industrial controls, automation, instrumentation, robotics or related fields. The exam expects a balanced understanding of application and theory, drawing equally from technician and design engineering competencies.
Specifically, the CCE Exam includes questions from the following content areas:
|Automated Systems||Financial Justification||Electrical Safety Systems|
|Energy Management/Alternative Energy||Networking Fundamentals||Industrial Maintenance|
|Mechnical Advantage||Electrical Power Systems||Robotics Systems|
|Controls (Open Loop/Closed Loop Systems)||Fluidics/Fluid Power||Electronics Fundamentals|
|Electronics Fundamental||Programming Fundamentals||Instrumentation|
The CCE Exam can be used for individual certification and for program assessment. The exam is an open-book*, 120-question, multiple choice examination with questions on the content areas above. Passage of the exam is determined by a cumulative score of 72 points or higher.
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