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.


Adapting Training to Next Gen Learners

This post was originally featured on Centered on Safety and was reprinted with permission.

By Debbie Dickinson, Guest Contributor.

As contractors, colleges, and workforce development groups focus on recruiting the next generation of skilled craft professionals, an important piece to the […]

Foundations of Modern Safety

By Cameron Strother, Operations Support Manager for Southland Safety, LLC

With technology comes the ability to have unprecedented access to information through videos and applications on computers and smartphones, which has greatly reduced the time it takes to make […]

December 8th, 2016|Craft & Industry|0 Comments|

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 […]

Focusing on More Than Metrics

Bob Fitzgerald, Manager of Project Safety and Health for Southern Company

Great news! Your project achieved a safety milestone by recording zero Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recordable injuries. Mission accomplished, right? Not entirely. Most safety practitioners insist that […]

The Innateness of Safety

By Jeff Hooper, Vice President of Workforce Development, Inland Pacific Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors

It was not long ago that I attended a safety forum at a military base. Several presenters discussed their safety programs, including successes and […]

A Time to Renew Our Safety Focus

By Lance Simons, Corporate Safety Director for Haskell

With Safety Week in full swing, now is the time for those of us in the construction industry to revisit our safety efforts by focusing on proven practices that foster a culture […]

Safety Training Impacts the Bottom Line

By David Roberson, Building Division Safety Manager for Zachry

The following blog is an excerpt from David Roberson’s Safety Pays article that was originally published in the Fall/Winter 2014 issue of The Cornerstone:

In the past, many craft professionals had to […]

January 14th, 2015|Training Programs|0 Comments|