NEW NCCER Testing System

GREAT NEWS! NCCER is making module testing easier.

Want to save countless hours administering, scoring and submitting module completions?
NCCER’s new Testing System electronically creates, launches, scores, stores and submits module tests. Say goodbye to all those Form 200s!

How does the NCCER Testing System work?
Previous processes required craft instructors to generate, administer and score NCCER module tests and then submit for credentials. The new system allows for all of this to be done electronically while also eliminating the need for paper-based tests and record storage. Completed Performance Profiles can be entered directly into the system.

How do I start using the NCCER Testing System?
Contact your sponsor representative to make sure that your organization is set up and ready to use the system. Use our training resources located in the sidebar for webinar recordings, quick reference guides and how-to documents that will walk you through each aspect of the testing system.

If you are a sponsor representative and you are ready to set up your organization, download our getting started quick reference.

System Features:

  • Platform managed in-house by NCCER
  • Single sign-on with NCCER's Registry System (only one login/password for both)
  • Multiple test versions with automatically scrambled questions
  • Automatic scoring
  • Electronic record storage
  • Proctor Station for ease in test administration


  • Tests administered and delivered online
  • Web-based platform with no special software or hardware requirements
  • Automatic submission to NCCER’s Registry System
  • Operates on all major browsers
  • Automatically conforms to multiple devices (i.e. laptops, tablets, Google Chromebooks, Macbooks)
  • Paper test option for pipeline covered task modules

Current Crafts

All craft module tests and Pipeline Covered Task module tests have been added to the Testing System and are now available.

Purchase Options

Accredited organizations have two options to buy and pay for tests. If an organization does not elect to pre-purchase test packages, default invoicing is per test pricing.

Purchase Test Packages

Note: NCCER does not set commercial terms for tests.

Comments About Test Questions

Proctors will need to supply test takers with a comment form if the test taker has a comment about a test question. The instructions to proctors for logging a test taker's comment and the form to be used are found on the NCCER Support page Submit a Question Comment to NCCER.

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