Registry System

NCCER's Registry system is a secure database maintained by NCCER to help manage an accredited organization's training and assessment programs. Individuals can also use the Registry to review their credentials.


Registry System Training

Intended for the Sponsor Representative, Primary Administrator & Master Trainers, this webinar covers a Registry System overview, how to add curriculum to your organization, understanding your People’s list and submitting the Instructor/Assessment Certification Form and the Performance Verification Form.

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Attention

All paper tests must be submitted and approved by the Sponsor Representative by July 31, 2021. For more information, CLICK HERE.

NCCER module testing is going paperless!
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Are You Ready? Get Trained.

Beginning August 1, 2021, paper Form 200s will no longer be accepted. Attend online testing system training now to make the switch.

Sponsor Representatives

Testing System Training (Sponsor Rep Only)

This higher-level training for Sponsor Representatives, Secondary Representatives and Support Roles covers the first steps that need to be taken to move to online testing.

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Instructors/Proctors

Testing System Training Part 1

Instructors can attend training to learn the initial set-up that must take place before online tests can be proctored. You will be trained on creating Groups (Class Rosters) and your Favorites List, as well as the Test Assignment process.

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Testing System Training Part 2

Instructors can join this training — after completing part 1 — to learn the Authorization and Proctoring of Online Module Tests, Entering Completed Performance Profiles and pulling various Reports, including the student's Score Report & Training Prescription.

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Testing System Training Parts 1 & 2

Instructors can either attend part 1 and 2 training separately (listed above) or can attend this comprehensive webinar. Covering both parts 1 & 2 of training, this webinar starts at 6:30 pm EST and is approximately an hour and 45 minutes long.

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