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Careers in Construction Roadmap

10/20/2016
This Friday I’m hitting the road for a five-day, 1,400-mile trip that can be summed up in one word: Education. Notice I didn’t say...

Local ABC Chapter’s Investment in NCCER Pays Major Dividends

10/13/2016
As one of the largest NCCER training providers in the 1990s, the Pelican Chapter, Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. (ABC) in...

How to Celebrate Careers in Construction Month in Your Community

10/6/2016
What started out as Careers in Construction Week back in 2005 has grown to encompass an entire month. For eight years, NCCER...

Texas-based Company Provides Ironworker Training to Veterans

9/28/2016
Contributor Adaptive Construction Solutions (ACS) of Houston, Texas, was recently approved by...

Defining Construction Career Pathways and Why They Matter

9/22/2016
The Construction Labor Market Analyzer reports that by the year 2020, the industry will have a deficit of 1-million...

CEF of North Texas Stays on the Cutting Edge of Training

9/15/2016
As one of the first craft training organizations to utilize NCCER craft training, the Construction Education Foundation...

One Industry, One Training Program

9/8/2016
In order to transform an industry and make significant, lasting changes, leaders have to come together and agree upon the greater mission.

SENA Brings NCCER Training to Colombia

9/1/2016
NCCER programs have been utilized in countries outside of the U.S. since the beginning through domestic Accredited Training Sponsors.

‘Build Your Future’ Promotes Construction Careers at the Local, State and National Levels

8/25/2016
Since 1997, NCCER’s Build Your Future (BYF) initiative has focused on promoting construction careers to communities throughout the country.

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NCCER develops standardized construction and maintenance curricula and assessments with portable credentials. These credentials are tracked through NCCER’s National Registry which allows organizations and companies to track the qualifications of their craft professionals and/or check the qualifications of possible new hires. The National Registry also assists craft professionals by maintaining their records in a secure database.