Exam Fees : 140$

Certifies Computer Hardware Engineer

About Exam

Computer hardware engineers can be found working in corporate research and design (R&D) departments, manufacturing and production plants, government science agencies, and in the Armed Forces. Hardware engineers must be able to effectively communicate with people in other departments, especially safety and quality personnel, marketing customer representatives, and technical writers who create documentation for new products.
If a Candidate does not pass the exam in the first (1st) attempt, the candidate must wait for a period of at least seven (7) calendar days from the date of their attempt to retake the exam for second (2nd) time or any subsequent time. The exam can be taken any number of times. 

Format of Exam

  • Multiple choice
  • 100 questions per paper
  • 70 marks required to pass (out of 100 available) - 70% 
  • 120 minutes duration(2 hour allotted)
  • Closed book.

How Does it Help

The certification aims at providing hardware technicians with a versatile knowledge in the computer hardware field. Main Objective of this certification is to establish Computer Hardware Technicians who are capable of configuring computer system for usage starting from identifying customer requirements through giving a lifelong service to a customer. Hardware engineers must be lifelong learners, constantly updating their knowledge of new materials and processes.

Exam Fees

The exam fee of this exam is 140$

Exam Code : CCHE

Computer hardware engineers ensure that the candidate is globally recognized to design, development and testing of electronic hardware for computer systems. Computing relies on a vast array of different hardware products. Computer hardware engineers develop the devices and technologies found at every physical point of the computing experience. This includes microstructures like the individual transistors used in a CPU, to the largest integrated systems used to power information systems, global networking, telecommunications and automated manufacturing. Literally every piece of computing hardware used today was at one time a plan in the mind of a computer hardware engineer.