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NSCA Starts EST-L2 Certification

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Strive for excellence and stay ahead of the competition with NSCA’s EST-L2 certification. Your certified EST-L2 staff will prove to your customers the value you place on committing to professional outcomes and service at each job. New to NSCA University at InfoComm 09, you can take the review course to prepare for the EST-L2 exam as well as take the certification exam. In addition, you can obtain Learning Units (LUs) to maintain your EST-L2 certification.

Certification is just one of many educational opportunities that NSCA offers members looking to improve their technicians, installers, and designers. The Electronic Systems Technician has specialized knowledge and skills to perform in the commercial electronic systems industry. Primarily targeted for technicians, designers, and installers, NSCA’s EST-L2 includes traditional audio-visual training and much more - including cabling, infrastructure, and products that transport voice, video, audio and data signals as well as control signals for both mechanical and electrical apparatus.

The NSCA EST-L2 Review will be held Tuesday, June 16, from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. at the Orlando Convention Center.

The NSCA EST-L2 Exam will be held on Wednesday, June 17, and Thursday, June 18, from 10:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. at the Orlando Convention Center. An application must be completed to sit for the exam.

For more information on the EST-L2 certification please visit www.nsca.org or email cert@nsca.org.


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