National Center for Construction Education & Research
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.
NCCER’s 127 NEW Pipeline Covered Task modules as well as the most recent versions of HVAC, Electrical, Carpentry, Welding, Heavy Equipment Operator, Construction Technology, Masonry and Plumbing plus Core (4th and 5th editions) are available for testing. More are being added each week.
Accredited organizations have two options to buy and pay for tests. Click here to get started.
Note: NCCER does not set commercial terms for tests.
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. Click here to download the comment form.
After July 31st, 2017, the old testing management system will no longer be available.
NCCER is working with your Accredited Training Sponsor to ensure a smooth transition to the new NCCER Testing System in the 2017-2018 school year. Please continue to watch for emails and information throughout the coming months.
The testing system may be accessed using the links below. The test taker login is for users who are ready to take a test. The testing system login is for those users that will manage the test system, including sponsor representatives, proctors, instructors and support users.
Test Taker Login
Testing System Login
This webinar will provide a detailed walk-through of NCCER's new Testing System. Please allow at least 1 hour for the training portion, followed by 30 minutes of Q/A.
We have developed a robust collection of training resources designed to guide you through the process of using our new testing system.