Rigger/Signal Person Practical Examiner
A Rigger & Signal Person Practical Examiner is an individual certified in accordance with the NCCER Rigger & Signal Person Operator Certification Program to deliver rigger and signal person practical examinations. Certified Rigger & Signal Person Practical Examiners must be affiliated with an NCCER Rigger & Signal Person Endorsed Accredited Assessment Center.
Each of the following requirements must be met in order to become an NCCER certified Rigger/Signal Person Practical Examiner:
- Have approval of an NCCER Accredited Assessment Center
- Have at least five years of documented related experience or equivalent related training/education, verified by NCCER
- Submit Practical Examiner Qualifications via the new Registry system for verification and approval
- Successfully pass the NCCER Advanced Rigger and Signal Person assessments, prior to being approved to attend Rigger & Signal Person Practical Examiner training
- Successfully complete the Rigger & Signal Person Practical Examiner training program
- Have current NCCER Master Trainer, Craft Instructor, or Performance Evaluator certification or successfully complete the NCCER Instruction Certification Training Program (ICTP) or the abbreviated ICTP for performance evaluators (Modules 1 and 9)
Training topics include:
- Requirements, responsibilities and liabilities of the Rigger & Signal Person Certification Program
- Confidentiality requirements of the program
- Matching assessments to the appropriate practical examinations;
- Application of practical exam procedures
- Setup and administration of all levels of Rigger & Signal Person Practical Examinations
- Required paperwork
- Policies and procedures of the program
Please see our Class Schedules & Registration page to view more information and submit registration for class.
The registration process is part of the new Registry system and will be made available/notified to the candidate upon approval of their qualifications and meeting of pre-requisite assessments.