Application Materials: Entertainment Electrician
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|Computer Based Testing Application Form
Once your application has been submitted, it should be processed within a few weeks. If you need to take the test immediately, the application can be processed in as little as four business days for an additional charge of $150.
|Examinations are administered at over 190 computer centers in the U.S. and Canada on most business days.
Initial Application Fee:
Constituents of Council Members: $550
Second ETCP Exam Within 1 Year:
Constituents of Council Members: $350
|Intent to Retake Form
||Candidates may take the examination twice more within a 2 year period if they fail the initial test.
Constituents of Council Members: $175
|Pre-arranged Paper and Pencil Exam
This form is for paper and pencil administrations that have been specially arranged by an employer, union, or other organization.
Applications submitted after the deadline may be accepted if there is space available, but will incur a $25 late fee.
|Use this form if your group has set up a date and location for a pre-arranged paper and pencil administration. Please check with your group to determine the application deadline.
|Applicant Evaluation Form
||Must be completed if using Apprenticeship or Internship points to qualify to sit for the examination.
|Request for Special Accommodations -
|Must be completed if you are seeking special testing accommodations due to a disability.
Applications must be sent to:
Entertainment Technician Certification Program
P.O. Box 23200
Brooklyn, NY 11202-3200
*Download Abode Acrobat Reader (8.0 or higher is recommended). Using Adobe Acrobat Reader, you will be able to fill out and save the forms. Once you have completed the forms, print them out, sign, and send them to ETCP with all required supporting documentation).
ETCP recognizes that a candidate may have difficulty completing the ETCP Examination as a result of a disability that occurs after applying to take the examination. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) defines a disability as a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more of the major life activities of the individual. An individual is not substantially limited in a major life activity if the limitation does not amount to a significant restriction when compared with the abilities of the average person. All refund requests must be accompanied by the proper documentation from a medical professional.
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Scope of Work
PORTABLE POWER DISTRIBUTION TECHNICIAN
Scope of Work
ARENA / THEATRE
Exam Content: Arena
Exam Content: Theatre