Network Certification Test (UANCT)
is set up as a pass/fail.
There are one hundred (100)
Questions. You will need to get a passable percentage of those
questions right for you to be directed to the application page to
receive your certification. If you miss more than 10 questions, you
will be directed to a page letting you know you did not pass
requiring you to take the test over again.
After you pass the UANCT... you
will be directed to a page where you will be able to
also select the type of membership you are interested in and they
are "listed and "non-listed".
The UAN has a small monthly fee
of only $10 a month right now. There is also an annual fee of $120
that will be waived for the new members first year.
There is a BIG reason for a
monthly fee... many online directories managed by online dealers or
manufacturers are really not managed at all... how can they be
managed if anyone and everyone can list? AND... how can they have
professional that have no proof they are who they say they are?
Unless a directory has
accountability, anyone or even everyone can be listed and that is
the way all other directories are created. HOWEVER, WE DO NOT
LIST JUST ANYONE IN THE UAN DIRECTORY!!!
By creating the listing system
used by the United Assemblers Network and also by having a
certification test before anyone can get listed... The directory is
not only managed with fresh "professional technicians" who pay their
monthly fees... it is also populated by "certified technicians".
If you are or want to be a
"PROFESSIONAL TECHNICIAN", you don't want to be listed with any
person "calling" them selves a professional.
Hopefully, the fees make sense to
Yes, there are advantages...
Proof to National Assembly
Companies" (NAC's) that you are worth premium compensation.
Confidence builder in your
You will be on our recruiting
list for NAC's that we know treat you as the professional you
On going educational
Ability to list in our
directory any time you want.
Discounted fees for webinars
There is nothing wrong with
contracting with any NAC; but, don't you want to do it with the
confidence knowing what you are worth?