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How do I request my NCCER credentials?

We have greatly streamlined the process for requesting a replacement wallet card, transcript or certificate. You can now do so quickly and easily by filling out a NCCER Credential Request form. Click here

 

What's new with NCCER?

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NCCER’s Revised Core Curriculum Now Available
NCCER has released the fifth edition of its Core Curriculum: Introductory to Craft Skills along with revised versions of Scaffolding, Your Role in the Green Environment and Managing Electrical Hazards. Read more


NCCER Congratulates the 2015 SkillsUSA Competition Winners
NCCER is proud to recognize the winners of the SkillsUSA Carpentry and Masonry competitions. The winners were announced on June 26 at the 51st annual SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference in Louisville, Kentucky. Read more


New Craft Training Scholarship Announced

New Craft Training Scholarship Announced
NCCER and its Build Your Future (BYF) initiative have recently partnered with the Human Resources Construction Council to create a national BYF scholarship program for deserving individuals pursuing a career in construction through craft and technical programs. Read more


NCCER’s Supervisor Assessment Now Endorsed by Carolinas AGC
In a joint effort between NCCER and Carolinas Associated General Contractors of America (AGC), NCCER’s Supervisor Assessment has recently been updated and is now endorsed by Carolinas AGC. Read more


Craft Professional Wage Survey

2014 Craft Professional Wage Survey Results
Each year, NCCER surveys organizations from the industrial and commercial construction industries across the U.S. about the wages of their craft professionals. Wages in the survey represent average annual salaries for individual craft areas, not including overtime, per diem, bonuses or other incentives. Read more


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