National Center for Construction Education & Research
A Craft Instructor is an individual who has successfully completed the Instructor Certification Training Program (ICTP) conducted by an NCCER Master Trainer with current credentials and is authorized to teach the NCCER curriculum.
Craft Instructors must meet the following qualifications:
Experience at a minimum journey or technician level in their area of expertise OR
A minimum of three years experience as a certified teacher in a vocational/technical construction or maintenance-related training program
A Master Trainer may also serve as an instructor if they meet the above criteria and submit Form 101 and the ICTP information sheet
For complete details and the instructor certification process, please see the NCCER Accreditation Guidelines.
NCCER has curriculum in over 70 different craft areas.
Search the Titles and Disciplines page to see if there's a craft area in which you may qualify to become a craft instructor.
NCCER's Most Common Programs: