ARM Accreditation Training Patner (AATP)

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Why the AAE Program?

The ARM Accredited Engineer (AAE) program is the only global accreditation program available to engineers wishing to gain credible evidence of their expertise in the ARM architecture. An AAE Program accreditation represents a consistent standard in evaluating knowledge of the ARM architecture, helping hiring managers to benchmark job applicants, and engineers to stand out from the crowd in their job search.

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ARM Accredited Engineer (AAE) Accreditation

The ARM Accredited Engineer is the first accreditation in the AAE Accreditation Pathway. It is a standard level accreditation that focuses on software-related aspects of the ARMv7 Architecture, with a specific focus on Cortex-A and Cortex-R profiles, plus common subjects like software tools. The AAE accreditation is aimed at embedded software and systems developers who have a broad knowledge of ARM technology and biased toward applications processors and real-time processors.

The syllabus covers the following subject areas:

  • ARM architecture (30%)
  • Software development (30%)
  • Software optimization (15%)
  • System (10%)
  • Software debug (8%)
  • Implementation (7%)

ARM Accredited MCU Engineer (AAME)

The ARM Accredited MCU Engineer (AAME) is a standard level accreditation focused on software aspects of the ARMv6-M and ARMv7-M (Cortex-M) Architecture profiles. This accreditation is aimed at general embedded MCU software engineers with a broad knowledge of ARM technology and is biased towards microcontrollers and Cortex-M processors.

The syllabus covers the following subject areas:

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  • ARM architecture (35%)
  • Software development (30%)
  • Debug (13%)
  • Software optimization (10%)
  • Implementation (7%)
  • System Startup (5%)