ACI Concrete Laboratory
Testing Technician Level 1
Aggregate Level 1: The two-hour written exam is open book and consists of approximately 100 multiple choice questions. There are 8 to 12 questions on each of the Standards. The performance examination is closed book and requires actual demonstration of the required Standards. The examinee is judged on ability to correctly perform all of the required procedures for each standard.
Strength Tech: The one-hour written exam is closed book and consists of approximately 40 multiple choice questions. There are at least 8 questions on the ASTM Standards. The performance examination is also closed book and requires actual demonstration of the required ASTM Standards. The examinee is judged on ability to correctly perform all of the required procedures for each standard.
2023 Exam Dates
Additional dates may already be scheduled.
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January 26 - Nashville, TN
January 31 – Louisville, TN
February 16 - Nashville, TN
February 28 – Louisville, TN
March 21 - Louisville, TN
April 13 - Nashville, TN
June 8 - Nashville, TN
July 13 - Nashville, TN
Textbook included in price of exams & will be sent via UPS upon receipt of payment.
Special Note: To obtain Concrete Laboratory Testing Technician Level 1 certification requires successful completion of ACI Concrete Strength Testing Technician and ACI Aggregate Testing Technician Level 1.
Reschedule/No Show Fee: $250/person for no shows & cancellations. If student does not take the exam at the registered second session no refund will be issued. Upon prior notification of a first cancellation, examinee can be placed in the next available class, or a refund will be issued. TCA must have been contacted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org and/or phone at least 2 weeks prior to exam day. Subject to change.
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