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      Certified Vibration Analyst Category I(CVA)
      Certification Description
      Category I vibration analysts are capable of performing simple machinery vibration measurements involving single-channel condition monitoring and diagnosis. A Category II Vibration Analyst is expected to have a basic knowledge of machine vibration, be capable of routine data collection and periodic monitoring, and be able to perform basic fault diagnosis and condition evaluation. III must be capable of carrying out fault diagnosis, condition evaluation, and acceptance testing, and be able to set up periodic monitoring programs and perform minor corrective actions. To be certified as a Category IV Vibration Analyst, an individual must be certified as a Category III Vibration Analyst and have basic knowledge in signal processing, rotor dynamics, vibration control, and dual channel analysis.
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      • More than two years of education or training after high school required?    Yes
      • More than two years of work experience required?    Yes
      • Oral or Written Exam Required?    Yes
      • Renewal Required?    Every 5 Year(s)
      • Renew through Continuing Educational Units(CEU)?    Yes
      • Renew through Re-Examination?    Yes
      • Renew through Continuing Professional Development(CPD)?    Yes
      • Does applicant have choice of at least two options from above for renewal (CEU, CPD, or exam)?    Yes
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