NCCER's National Registry is a secure national database maintained by NCCER to track the names of individuals who have successfully completed any NCCER standardized training program conducted by an accredited organization. It also records all assessment results for both the National Craft Assessment and Certification Program and the Pipeline Training and Assessment Program.
The National Registry is accessible online through the Automated National Registry (ANR) which provides electronic submission and tracking of training, managing of instructor lists and confirmation of training units and records. It gives NCCER Accredited Sponsors the ability to manage training information online in a secure environment; individuals the ability to review their own training history; and contractors access to current and future employees’ training and assessment history.
An NCCER wallet card gives the employer the opportunity to verify a current employee’s, or a potential employee’s, credentials. The card is not a representation of certification but rather an illustration that the card holder has been entered into NCCER’s National Registry. It is the responsibility of the employer to verify a person’s credentials by visiting NCCER’s Automated National Registry and using the identification number on the wallet card to access their information.