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THTUS - Tilt-Up Technician/Supervisor Certification Written Examination

Thursday, January 23 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM | Room N223, North Hall, Las Vegas Convention Center « Back

The closed-book, two-hour written exam consisting of 80 multiple-choice questions based on ACI publication CP50 (07) is scheduled on Thursday, Jan 23 from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm, immediately following the seminar. Participants who score 70% or above will be certified as an ACI Tilt-Up Technician. Upon verification of work experience, credential will be upgraded to ACI Tilt-Up Supervisor. Work experience forms available at the examination or directly from ACI. Separate registration and $245 written exam fee required – exam fee includes ACI Publication CP50 (07), a $110 value.

Attendees who register for the exam will automatically receive the Tilt-Up Technician/Supervisor workbook, ACI Publication CP50 (07). Manuals will be shipped to registrants beginning December on a weekly basis. Spanish versions of the exam and manual are available upon request. 

NOTE: After January 2, 2014 manuals will be available for pick-up beginning Tuesday, Jan 21 at the TCA booth or registrant can arrange for express shipping by contacting the TCA.

NOTE: Separate registration fee required for 4-hour review TH407 ($185; $215 after 12/2/13) and written exam THTUS ($245 exam).

Presented by the Tilt-Up Concrete Association and the American Concrete Institute. For questions contact the ACI Certification Department at 248.848.3790 or TCA at 319.895.6911.

Event Type: Certification Examinations > Session


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