National Center for Construction Education & Research
Take control of your workforce by customizing your training, assessment and certification programs. NCCER offers a full range of options for all of your employees from entry-level recruits to seasoned craft professionals. NCCER has curricula and assessments for more than 70 craft areas offered in over 4,000 NCCER-accredited training and assessment locations worldwide. Check out NCCER's full line of titles and disciplines.
NCCER's Registry System is a secure online database maintained by NCCER to track the names of individuals who have successfully completed any NCCER standardized training program conducted by an accredited organization.
The Contractors Workforce Development Assessment is an effective way to gauge, improve and showcase a contractor's commitment to workforce development. Find out more about how to use this unique assessment tool as a key criterion in the prequalification and final selection of contractors.
With construction projects increasing throughout the world and the projected workforce shortages facing the industry looming larger than ever, the development of a mobile workforce with credentials recognized worldwide by construction employers has never been more important. International accreditation provides recognition from the leading international construction workforce development organization, NCCER certification for your instructors, and the opportunity to offer globally-recognized credentials to individuals who complete training through your organization. Learn more about NCCER's Global Workforce Development Initiative.
The interactive Reciprocity Map developed by NCCER helps contractors quickly identify resources and information about state craft licensing bodies and reciprocity agreements between state regulatory agencies.
NCCER administers training module exams through the NEW Testing System.
In cooperation with publishing partner Pearson, NCCER develops and publishes a world-class curriculum created by Subject Matter Experts from industry and academia throughout the United States. Subject Matter Experts ensure exceptional training programs meet or exceed national industry standards. The NCCER curriculum, which includes more than 70 craft areas, is taught worldwide by contractors, associations, construction users, and secondary and post-secondary schools.
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NCCER module numbers are divided into three parts. This structure allows users to easily track training histories and revisions from one edition to the next.