Certifications & Associations


Crestron Services Provider

ControlWorks is a proud member of Crestron's CSP program. This program is part of Crestron's award-winning True Blue Support team. The CSP designation is licensed to businesses who wish to provide software related services to the Crestron Dealer base. It should be noted that the CSP designation is awarded to an organization, whereas a Crestron Certified Programmer designation is awarded to an individual. See below for Certification details.

 

Crestron Certified Programmer

100% of ControlWorks Programmers have achieved the prestigious title of Crestron Certified Programmer. Crestron certification is no trivial accomplishment. The curriculum includes stages of training and testing until a final certification exam is required.

Crestron Certified Silver Master Programmer

Crestron Silver Certified Master Programmer

To become a Silver Certified Master Programmer, the programmer must:

  • Already be a Crestron Certified Master Programmer
  • Attend three annual Master Level classes at Crestron Headquarters
  • Pass a Silver Certification exam
Crestron Gold Certified Master Programmer

Crestron Gold Certified Master Programmer

To become a Gold Certified Master Programmer, the programmer must:

  • Already be a Crestron Silver Certified Programmer
  • Attend a total of six Master Level classes at Crestron Headquarters
  • Pass a grueling Gold Certification exam
Digital Media Certified Designer

Crestron DigitalMedia™ Certified Designer (DMC-D)

Engineers who have achieved the DMC-D certification from Crestron possess the skills necessary for designing and configuring a Crestron DigitalMedia™ system.

To become a Crestron DigitalMedia™ Certified Designer, the programmer must:

  • Attend the DMC-D Class to learn the skills necessary for designing and configuring a Crestron DigitalMedia™ system.
  • Pass a written exam
  • Pass a hands on design and configuration exam
  • The programmer must also be retested every year to retian their certification

 

Digital Media Certified Engineer

Crestron DigitalMedia Certified Engineer (DMC-E)

The engineer is certified by Crestron to meet the qualifications of "DMC-E" as required in the HD Digital Transport and Distribution System (HD-DTDS) specification.

To become a Crestron DigitalMedia™ Certified Engineer, the programmer must:

  • Have received the DMC-E certification from Crestron
  • Attend the DMC-E class
  • Pass a written exam
  • Pass a practical exam
  • The programmer must also be retested every year to retian their certification

 CLC-C

Commercial Lighting Controls Certified

The engineer is certified by Crestron to meet the qualifications of "CLC-C". To become a CLC-C, the programmer must:

  • Attend the D3Pro Class
  • Be a Crestron Certified Programmer
  • Attend the CLC-C Class
  • Pass a real-world CLC project with a Crestron Engineer. This project is used by Crestron to determine if the programmer should be a CLC-C
  • The programmer must renew thier certification once a year

 

 

InfoComm Member

InfoComm Member

ControlWorks has been a member of InfoComm since 2000

 

CEDIA Member

CEDIA Member

ControlWorks has been a member of CEDIA since 2000

   
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