MiTek TTT Level I Online – this 10 hour course is ideal for truss technicians preparing to come to the MiTek Training Center. This course contains a simplified version of Level I with less time-intensive Truss Math and Load Development sections.
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Access MiTek’s TTT Partner Page on WTCA’s Truss Knowledge Online site and receive a 10% discount on all these Truss Technician Training programs, materials and exams:
TTT Level I Online - this 30+ hour course introduces truss technicians to design and engineering fundamentals. Students view presentations, solve problems and learn about factors affecting truss design from specification to installation.
TTT Level II Online - introduces advanced concepts of math and load development in this 30+ hour course. Students view presentations, perform calculations and use truss and engineering standards like ANSI/TPI 1, NDS®, and ASCE 7.
TTT Level III - this 12+ hour course provides discussion of current technical issues. The eight sections, developed by different industry professionals, offer advanced discussions for experienced or management level employees.
Truss Basics - is an eight-hour simplified version of Level I with less time-intensive Truss Math and Load Development sections. It is better suited to those who want to understand truss design procedures but will not be performing truss design.
Truss Manufacturing Orientation - a 10-hour introductory training course for anyone with little or no truss industry experience. This program gives participants an excellent grounding in the industry with ten units of material that can be reviewed at any pace.
TTT Materials - these are optional. All course materials are available electronically when you register, but if you want the materials pre-assembled in a course binder with hard copies of all copyrighted documents, this is the way to go.
TTT Exams - Becoming a TTT certified technician is optional. Purchase the exam for certifications in either Levels I, II or III and work with WTCA staff to have it proctored at a local site, public libraries often will do this at no cost.