Earn industry-wide recognition for your construction superintendents.
We know there’s a skilled workforce shortage but consider how that affects your company’s experienced construction supervisors — over a third are estimated to retire in three years and that jumps to over half of the industry’s management workforce by 2026. As it takes four to nine years for a construction superintendent to gain experience, it’s critical to start training now.
NCCER is offering a new joint certification with FMI® to provide a certification to qualified professionals in the superintendent field.
This certification was developed in conjunction with subject matter experts for professionals whose primary role is to oversee the operations of a construction site from planning to completion. This multi-step process helps ensure the construction industry is providing training and recognition for our workforce.