Foreman

After launch of the TTT-1 and TTT-2 certifications, NWSA, following guidance from industry leadership, continued to work and developed a certification program for a key position within all telecommunications crews: Foreman. The Foreman certification exam focuses on core knowledge, skills and responsibilities required of supervisors of crews performing construction, installation, demolition, and/or maintenance on communication sites in accordance with construction drawings and/or written scopes of work. This is a written exam which assesses the candidate’s knowledge of many typical Foreman responsibilities to ensure work is performed in compliance with applicable industry standards and best practices.

To be eligible to take the Foreman exam, a candidate must be NWSA TTT-2 certified and possess at least one specialty certification (e.g. Antenna & Line Specialty).

To achieve the Foreman certification, a candidate must be NWSA TTT-2 certified and possess at least one specialty certification (e.g. Antenna & Line Specialty).

For additional information including a complete list of reference (study) materials, exam sample questions, and a complete breakdown of the Exam Content Outline, please download and review the NWSA Candidate Handbook.

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