National Center for Construction Education & Research
A Master Trainer is an individual who has been certified in accordance with NCCER's Instructor Certification Training Program (ICTP) for Master Trainers and is authorized to train craft instructors. Master trainers are trained and certified directly by NCCER.
Master trainers must meet the following qualifications:
Approved by an NCCER Accredited Training Sponsor
Two years experience as a trainer, instructor, or educator
An associate degree or higher in education, a construction-related field, industrial arts, engineering, chemistry, or similar field from an accredited post-secondary institution
A minimum of two years of experience at a supervisory level or higher in the construction or maintenance industry
For complete details and the instructor certification process, please see the NCCER Accreditation Guidelines.
First you must be connected with an accredited organization and approved by the Sponsor Representative or Primary Administrator to attend the Master Trainer class.
To learn more about becoming a Master Trainer, visit the Training Registration section on NCCER's Support page.