NCQLP Certifies 169 New LCs

04/08/2005


The National Council on Qualifications for the Lighting Professions has announced the results of its 2004 exam. More than 200 lighting practitioners sat for the exam, and more than 80% passed.

This adds 169 new LCs to the current total of 1,322. Additionally, six graduate and undergraduate students in lighting passed the LC examination under the NCQLP Intern Program, bringing the total number of Intern LCs to 41.

Of those who have sat for the LC exam over the past three years, 35%

Of all respondents, 34% list experience levels at 6-10 years, with another 36% listing 11-20 years of experience.

An average of 51% of exam takers hold bachelor degrees; 18% hold advanced degrees.

And 65% identify themselves as members of the IESNA; 12.3%, the IALD; 4.2%, the IEEE. Thirteen percent are designated PE, and 3.3% are licensed/registered architects.





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