Certification

CTS Exam Revision Updates

CTS exams are continuously updated to reflect changes in the AV industry. Certification exams are regularly analyzed for testing validity and content. In 2014, exams will be updated in April and in October. Changes will be posted on this site no later than two months prior to exam release.

Learn more about how your Certification Committee is working to keep exams current.

Examples of Possible Exam Content Differences

April 1, 2014
CTS exam content outline
Knowledge and skills outline

October 2014

Preparation Resources

Includes ANSI/InfoComm standards:

Standards are available free for InfoComm members and for purchase through the ANSI or IHS stores.

Refer to this site for updates.

Standards will be added to this section when applicable.

The Certification Committee and InfoComm, in keeping with the accreditation requirements of the ISO/IEC 17024 standard, do not link any training or education programs or any other educational provider’s educational programs offered, to obtaining a CTS credential.

Listed below are courses InfoComm does offer to help candidates prepare.

InfoComm University

McGraw Hill

Additional resources


Examples of Possible Exam Content Differences

Apri1 1, 2014
CTS-D exam content outline
Knowledge and skills outline

October 2014

Preparation Resources

Includes ANSI/InfoComm standards:

Standards are available free for InfoComm members and for purchase through the ANSI or IHS stores.

Refer to this site for updates.

Standards will be added to this section when applicable.

The Certification Committee and InfoComm, in keeping with the accreditation requirements of the ISO/IEC 17024 standard, do not link any training or education programs or any other educational provider’s educational programs offered, to obtaining a CTS credential.

Listed below are courses InfoComm does offer to help candidates prepare.

InfoComm University

McGraw Hill

Additional resources


Examples of Possible Exam Content Differences

April 1, 2014
CTS-I exam content outline
Knowledge and skills outline

October 2014

Preparation Resources

Includes ANSI/InfoComm standards:

Standards are available free for InfoComm members and for purchase through the ANSI or IHS stores.

Refer to this site for updates.

Standards will be added to this section when applicable.

The Certification Committee and InfoComm, in keeping with the accreditation requirements of the ISO/IEC 17024 standard, do not link any training or education programs or any other educational provider’s educational programs offered, to obtaining a CTS credential.

Listed below are courses InfoComm does offer to help candidates prepare.

InfoComm University

McGraw Hill

Additional resources


Certification is not a guarantee for performance by certified individuals. Certified Technology Specialist (CTS) holders at all levels of certification have demonstrated audiovisual knowledge and/or skills. Certified individuals adhere to the CTS Code of Ethics and Conduct and maintain their status through continued education. Certification demonstrates commitment to professional growth in the audiovisual industry and is strongly supported by InfoComm.

All eligibility, application, score reports, special accommodation requests and general inquiries regarding InfoComm certification will be handled through the InfoComm International Certification Office, with headquarters located in Fairfax, VA, U.S.A. Purchases of education, membership or any other InfoComm services are not required to seek certification.

InfoComm International
Attn. Certification Office
11242 Waples Mill Rd., Suite 200
Fairfax, VA 22030

Phone: 1.800.659.7469 or +1.703.273.7200
Fax: +1.703.991.8259

certification@infocomm.org