Gainesville, Fla.—  NCCER recently launched its redesigned and improved website, featuring its new logo. The NCCER Marketing Department and designers at 352 Media Group of Gainesville, Fla. have constructed a better interface to help NCCER’s various audiences navigate the site.

The new website has been streamlined toward four distinct audiences: those who are new to NCCER and/or the construction industry; current NCCER Accredited Organizations; NCCER Master Trainers, Craft Instructors, Employers; and those who are looking for information on NCCER training and certification.

“Both a new brand identity and a more user-friendly website were high priorities for this redesign,” said NCCER Marketing Coordinator, Christina Bennett. “Overall, we wanted to make the website accessible to each of our audiences, highlighting important information to meet each of their specific needs.”

The new navigation has been set up so information can be accessed from four boxes on the home page, as well as the left navigation on any interior pages. The search bar has also been modified to be highly functional to search by keywords.

Information ranging from the basics of NCCER, to a resource file library to training center locations, classes for master trainers, instructors, and new content for each craft curriculum was added. One of the most anticipated features on the website is the new Training Toolbox for all Master Trainers, Craft Instructors, Sponsor Representatives and Assessment Administrators.

For social media users, links to the NCCER Facebook, Twitter and YouTube have been embedded in the footer of every page, including the ability to “like” the page on Facebook.