What Is An ESIT?
An Electronic Systems Integration Technician (ESIT) installs, upgrades, and services a wide variety of residential and commercial electronic systems including: Audio/Video Systems, Telecom, Computers, Cable Systems, Lighting, Broadband Systems, Automation Controls, Security and Green Technologies etc. An ESIT’s role is both high tech and hands on, and is ideal for someone who is tech savvy and likes to work with his or her hands.
High Tech Careers = High Demand
ESIT’s are in high demand in today’s technology driven workforce. In fact, a recent survey* of residential home technology professionals indicates that most companies expect to expand their staff by approximately 14% over the next couple of years.
AV Technology Is Everywhere You Look Today
Think of auditoriums in schools and colleges, command-and-control centers in government and the military, projected images and digital signs in concerts, sports stadiums, broadcast studios, restaurants, malls and museums. The people who design and install these systems are AV professionals earning an excellent living in a fun and high-tech field. The people who work with AV systems every day are technology managers in business, government, education, healthcare and other offices. The AV industry is one of the fastest-growing, most dynamic industries in the world.
Is An ESIT Career Right For Me?
The average pay for an experienced ESIT is $40,000+ per year.
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Founded in 1989 and headquartered in surburban Indianapolis, the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association (CEDIA) is a 501(c) (6) nonprofit trade association for individuals and companies that manufacture, design, distribute, and integrate smart home technology. With nearly 3,700-members companies in 78 countries, CEDIA is the leading blobal authority on education, certification, research, standards, advocacy, and community awareness for the $19 billion residential technology industry. CEDIA is also a founding member and chief operating partner of the Electronic Systems Professional Alliance (ESPA), a consortium of electronics industry leaders focused on developing a skilled entry-level workforce.