NCCER bridges the gap between industry and education through training that provides industry-recognized credentials for learners at every skill level in all facets of construction.
Why is NCCER certification important?
NCCER accreditation provides organizations a full workforce development solution – to deliver standardized training and assessment programs for industry-recognized, portable credentials. Accredited organizations must meet and maintain established standards and criteria to ensure integrity in program administration.
Why was NCCER created?
While providing meaningful educational opportunities for millions of individuals, NCCER also addresses the workforce shortage with the ultimate goal of creating a safe and qualified workforce of craft professionals.
What is NCCER core certification?
Core: Introduction to Basic Construction Skills prepares individuals for entry-level positions on project sites by providing the basics in safety, hand and power tools, construction math, materials handling, construction drawings, rigging and employability skills.
What kind of certifications can you get from NCCER?
- Construction Site Safety Program.
- NEW: Construction Superintendent Certification Program.
- Fast Track Program.
- NEW: High School Builder Program.
- Mobile Crane, Rigger & Signal Person Programs.
- Pipeline Program.
What is the Nascla exam?
NASCLA Accredited Electrical Examination Program. The NASCLA Accredited Examination Program was designed to reduce redundant licensing requirements and assist contractors who need to be licensed in multiple jurisdictions.