This free event has a prerequisite. See below for details.
The California Advanced Lighting Controls Training Program (CALCTP) is a statewide initiative aimed at increasing the use of lighting controls in commercial buildings and industrial facilities, as well as a state approved Acceptance Test Technician Certification Provider (ATTCP). The CALCTP Systems Course (including CALCTP Codes and Standard) is a ten-hour prerequisite requirement for entry into CALCTP-Acceptance Test Technician Certification training. This class concludes with a final examination. Applicants must complete 12 hours of required Lighting Control Association online modules as a prerequisite to take the CALCTP Systems Course. Verification of passage of online prerequisites must be presented to the instructor(s) on the first day of the course.
A General applicant has to complete 12 hours of required Lighting Control Association online modules as a pre-requisite to be allowed to take the CALCTP Systems course and CALCTP Codes and Standards Course. Verification of passage of on-line prerequisites must be presented to the instructor(s) on the first day of the course.
Prerequisite Lighting Controls Association online program is on the Lighting Controls Association (LCA) Web site and consists of modules EE101, EE102, EE103, and EE201, these courses can be found at: http://aboutlightingcontrols.org/EducationExpress/
Glenn Wallis has more than 40 years of experience as an electrician. He retired from the United States Coast Guard as a Chief Electrician after serving more than twenty years. After retiring he spent eleven years in the fishing industry in Alaska as a marine electrician on fish processing ships and crab boats. In 2014 Glenn started a consulting firm, A& amp; B Thermal Imaging Inc., which performs building energy audits and infrared thermal scans. He is currently a member of the local electrician's union, Local IBEW 569, and teaches the California Advanced Lighting Controls Training Program at Cuyamaca College.
Phillip Sheckler is the Director of Business Development and a General Partner at Astro Energy Group. He has over 40 years of experience in the electrical and technology industries, has served on the California Senate Energy Efficiency Special Committee, and has testified as a subject matter expert for Energy Efficiency to the California State Assembly. Phil is the co-author and developer of the California Advanced Lighting Controls Training Program, and is currently part of the Instructional Staff at Cuyamaca College. He has held prior teaching positions at Claremont College Graduate School, and the Palomar Community College-San Diego Electrical Training Center.