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Entertainment Technician Certification Program Examinations

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etcp.logoThe Entertainment Technician Certification Program (ETCP) has announced that ETCP Paper and Pencil rigging examinations will be offered in conjunction with the Jay O. Glerum Rigging Masterclasses in San Diego, CA on the morning of April 3, 2019. The ETCP Council members are key leaders drawn from entertainment business, labor, facilities, associations, and academia representing the diversity of the entertainment industry.

The examinations are open, and any qualified rigger over 21 years of age is invited to apply to sit for them. Applicants should fill out the “Pre-Arranged Paper and Pencil Exam Application Form”. All completed applications should be submitted to the ETCP office by Monday, March 11, 2019.

The Jay O. Glerum Masterclasses now have three tracks of learning:  advanced, intermediate and entry level. Held at San Diego State University’s Don Powell Theatre, the Entry-Level courses will take place from March 30-31, and the Intermediate Level will be taught on April 1&2. All courses carry full ETCP Renewal Credits.

To fill out the Paper and Pencil Exam Application form:
http://etcp.esta.org/riggerapplicationmaterials

To Register for classes:
https://www.usitt.org/glerummasterclass/ 

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