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RITP credential details released by BICSI

BICSI has released the Registered Information Technology Professional (RITP) credential exam application.


April 28, 2010  


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BICSI has released the Registered Information Technology Professional (RITP) credential exam application.

 

The RITP is similar to the Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD) credential with the exception that there is no requirement for actual design experience.

 

The focus of the designation are those individuals who work in the ITS industry but do not design ITS systems or have limited design experience including instructors, educators, project managers and sales personnel.

 

The RITP requires a minimum of two years of ITS industry-related experience, including but not limited to ITS/IS military experience, site or project management or industry sales. Applicants also need either to have graduated with an Associate of Science, Bachelor of Science, or Master of Science degree in an approved technical field of study or have achieved two or more approved industry certifications.

 

Applicants must also have successfully passed the BICSI ITS Design Fundamentals examination through BICSI CONNECT.

 

The RITP exam consists of 150 questions drawn from the BICSI Telecommunications Distribution Methods Manual (TDMM). The format of the RITP exam is closed-book, multiple choice and true/false questions.

 

Two RITP Beta Exams will be held, the first being next week at the BICSI Canadian Conference & Exhibition in Montreal and the second at the 2010 BICSI European Conference & Exhibition in Dublin, Ireland.

 

The first official exam will be held at the 2010 BICSI Fall Conference & Exhibition on Sept. 13 in Las Vegas, Nev.