National Center for Construction Education & Research
A Master Craft/Technician Instructor is NCCER’s highest level of recognition for instructors. The intent of this instructor certification is to provide additional recognition for NCCER’s most dedicated, qualified, and deserving instructors.
Master Craft/Technician Instructors must meet the following qualifications:
A minimum of five years continuous NCCER training experience
Teach and record an average of five module completions in the ANR each year for a five year period
Successfully complete the NCACP Skills Assessment for the NCCER curriculum title, where one exists, in which the instructor is currently certified as an instructor in the Automated National Registry
In the event an assessment does not exist for the NCCER curriculum title in which the instructor is currently certified, all other Master Instructor Certification requirements must be met
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.
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