Niagara 4 - Technical Certification Program (TCP)

30 - 4, 2024
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM CDT
7240 Brittmoore Rd, Suite 115, Houston, Texas 77041
9 seats remaining
2,950.00 USD

Course Overview:

This 5-day Niagara 4 Technical Certification Training is designed to equip participants with the essential technical expertise necessary for proficiently designing, engineering, and programming projects utilizing the Niagara 4 Framework. Successful completion of the final assessment grants participants Niagara 4 certification, along with an official Tridium Niagara 4 certificate.

Course Objectives:

  • Niagara 4 Fundamentals
  • Navigating the Niagara Framework
  • Simple Programming Logic
  • Tagging & Searching for Components (NEQL)
  • Custom Tag Dictionaries
  • Alarm Notifications
  • History / Trend Data Collection
  • Building a Simple PX View/Graphical User Interface
  • Network Architecture
  • NRIO Integration
  • BACnet/IP Integration
  • Batch Editor/Program Service (BQL)
  • Commissioning a JACE
  • Customizing the Workbench
  • Lon Integration
  • Security & User Administration
  • Hierarchies
  • User Roles
  • User Accounts
  • Niagara Network Integration
  • Master Schedules
  • Alarm Routing & Portal
  • Dashboards
  • Station Copies, Backing-up Stations, and Restoring from a Backup

Class Logistics Notes:

Training sessions will maintain a schedule from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Complimentary breakfast and lunch will be provided each day. Should you have any inquiries during this course, please feel free to ask at any time.

Target Audience:

This course is designed for Systems Integrators, OEMs, Business Partners and Distributors who have contracted explicitly with Tridium to sell and service the Niagara 4 Framework.

Note: End-User customers are also encouraged to participate in this course to gain insight of the utilization of this product within their facilities.


  • Each participant is required to have a Windows 10 64-bit or Windows 11-compatible laptop equipped with a licensed version of the latest iteration of WorkPlace (4.12.x.x).
  • Participants are expected to have knowledge of Windows operating systems and general computer literacy, including navigation, file location, directory structures, file pathways, web browsing skills, as well as proficiency in basic operations such as cut, copy, and paste functions, alongside adept usage of mouse and keyboard functionalities (including right/left-click operations), all of which are deemed essential for successful participation in this course.



For individuals lacking exposure to Niagara or seeking to augment their controls/programming competencies, it is strongly advised to complete our Niagara Operations course prior to enrolling in the Niagara 4 Certification program.