About NCCER

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.

Monthly Archives: August 2016

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

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

By Amy King, Communications Manager for NCCER

Since 1997, NCCER’s Build Your Future (BYF) initiative has focused on promoting construction careers to communities throughout the country. What started as a satellite teleconference broadcasted to more than 300,000 students among nearly […]

Safety is Core to Workforce Development

By Daniele Dixon, Director of Product Development at NCCER

The importance of safety in the construction industry cannot be overstated, which is why it has been so deeply embedded in NCCER’s mission from the beginning. NCCER’s construction site safety programs […]

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    Louisiana Sets the Standard for High School and College Craft Training Programs

Louisiana Sets the Standard for High School and College Craft Training Programs

By Amy King, Communications Manager for NCCER

As the first educational institutions to become NCCER Accredited Training Sponsors, the Louisiana Community and Technical College System (LCTCS) and the Louisiana Department of Education (LDOE) were early role models in offering standardized, […]

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    Delivering Standardized Training One Master Trainer at a Time

Delivering Standardized Training One Master Trainer at a Time

By Butch Ford, Retired Director of Training and Development at Austin Industrial

When NCCER put together its first five craft curricula in 1991, it was determined that if the industry was going to have a standardized training program, then instructors […]