Acceptance Test Technician Application

Become an Acceptance Test Technician

  • A Lighting Controls Acceptance Test Technician is an installation technician that is certified to perform Nonresidential Acceptance Testing for lighting controls.
    1. Note: An ATT must work under, or become, a certified Acceptance Test Employer (ATE) to perform the Acceptance Testing. Click here for information about the ATE Certification.
  • NLCAA’s Acceptance Test Technician course is a 3-day class.
  • The regular price for the ATT course is $1500, but if you choose to sign up for our course today the cost is only $750.00.
  • This cost not only includes access to the class, but NLCAA also provides an ATT Handbook to help you follow along in the course and keep as a handy tool to review when you are getting ready to test.

Considerations and Requirements

  • The ATT applicant is not required to be a certified general electrician.
  • NLCAA ATTs are required to complete lighting controls prerequisite modules prior to submitting the ATT Application. Create a free account on the Lighting Controls Association LCA website and complete the following modules:

    • EE 101. Introduction to Lighting Control.
    • EE 102. Switching Control. (102A and 102B)
    • EE 103. Dimming Control. (Dimming Controls Part 1 and 2 only)
    • EE 105. Lighting Control System Design. (Part 1-4)
    • EE 110. Commissioning and Lighting Controls.
    • EE201: Daylight-Responsive Lighting Control.

Application Process

  • Create an account on our website.
  • Complete the personal information section of the application.
  • Complete the company information section of the application.
  • Submit the required documents.
  • NLCAA personnel reviews the application for completion.
  • NLCAA sends an email notifying applicant of approval.
  • Log in to make payment and schedule the class.
  • Attend the 3-day class and pass the final quiz with a 75% or better.
  • NLCAA emails the ATT Number and Certificate.

Have the following documents ready

  • Government ID
  • Electrician Certification Card (If applicable)
  • Electrical Contractor’s License (If applicable)
  • Experience Qualification Questionnaire
    (Found on the resources page.)
  • Certificates of Completion downloaded from the LCA Website

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