Interesting. To operate a Tricaster, you have to know multiple disciplines, and you have to know how to do them all at the same time. I know quite a few traditional TD’s who “only do switching” and would not be able to do it. It makes sense to have some training and a listing.
Here’s my question: is there a mechanism in place to monitor the listings? If a person has passed the test, has his certificate, but turns out to be shite under real production pressure, will Newtek revoke his or her ticket? Who makes that decision? What do they base it on? The whining of a Producer? How many complaints lead to a de-listing?