InterCEPT has developed two new certification programs designed for individual students in the electronics industry who want to take an extra step to further their counterfeit mitigation knowledge. Counterfeit techniques and, accordingly, detection methods and avoidance best practices are constantly changing and evolving. InterCEPT Certification programs are designed to verify an individual’s technical knowledge and skills and provide recognition to the individual’s commitment to quality.
InterCEPT has launched two new classes to supplement your organization’s training requirements. Each class features handouts of the course material, quizzes, a final exam, and a certificate of completion that can easily be verified by an auditor or customer on ERAI’s website.
At ERAI, we are constantly evolving and finding ways to better
serve our Members. We have expanded the data that is presented to you in our
High Risk and Suspect Counterfeit Parts Database. Along with the standard
report categories and nonconformance description, Members can now see the
components’ type and a new section cross referencing alerts issued for similar
The US Senate has passed a resolution designating July as an anti-counterfeiting consumer awareness month.
Since 2001 ERAI has been collecting and storing data on nonconforming and suspect counterfeit parts. This searchable high risk and suspect counterfeit database includes nonconformance descriptions and images, if available. Each reported part is assigned one of the following “ERAI Part Alert Classifications”: