Produced digital online training with video and interactive augmentation for Masonry Level 1 with the Florida Concrete Masonry Association.

Began revising the Roofing curricula, with subject matter experts and resources provided by the National Roofing Contractors Association.

Revised content and imagery in NCCER Core modules with subject matter experts from Stanley Black & Decker and DEWALT, who also provided art support for Concrete Construction

Code Updates

  • Electrical Levels 1 – 4
    • 2020 NEC
  • Your Role in the Green Environment
    • LEED v4.1

Revised Performance Verifications

  • Instrumentation Fitter
  • Instrumentation


Three course alignments were completed to support NCCER training program adaption.


  • ABC Roofing Apprenticeship Standards


  • TARS for Facilities Maintenance
  • TARS for HVAC

Revised Assessments

Industrial Electrician. Instrumentation Fitter. Instrumentation Technician. Basic Rigger. Intermediate Rigger. Advanced Rigger. Signal Person.

Find a Center Search Feature

The new Find a Center search feature lets craft trainees and entry-level workers explore over 3,300 training locations open to the public. Users can filter by location and specific
crafts, such as welding, pipefitting or carpentry, to find training in their area.

For experienced craft professionals looking to take a journey-level assessment, the Find a Center provides testing facilities by location or company name.

In addition, NCCER released the new Directory of Accredited Organizations, which reflects all accredited organizations, whether they offer public or in-house training.

New Assessment Platform

NCCER’s enhanced Assessment Platform makes it easer than ever to launch tests and manage test-takers with the new proctor console.

All assessments are now electronically delivered with continued automatic submission to the Registry.

Workforce Development

NCCER training is utilized in all 50 states among industry, education and government.



NCCER and Capitol Technology University have signed an agreement providing support for industry craft professionals building our economy across the nation.

Craft trainees and students can earn college credit for successful completions of standardized craft training through an NCCER Accredited Training Sponsor. Any NCCER credential may be transferred into any of Capitol Tech’s bachelor programs as elective credit.

Global Reach


Accredited Organizations

+ APEC Training Centre, Kazakhstan
+ Caribbean Utilities Company, Ltd., Cayman Islands
+ Construction Association of Bermuda, Bermuda
+ Fortis TCI Limited, Turks and Caicos
+ MCCEnergy Groups Corporation, Canada
+ National Institute of Technology (NIT), Saudi Arabia
+ Servicio Nacional de Aprendizaje (SENA), Colombia
+ Technical Higher Institute for Engineering &
Petroleum (THIEP), Saudi Arabia
+ Universidad de Ecopetrol, Colombia
+ Yanbu Technical Institute, Saudi Arabia


+ Spanish translations added to the Testing System:
     – 24 crafts
     – 49 levels
     – 423 modules
+ 2020 Accreditation Guidelines translated to:
     – Spanish
     – French
     – Russian
+ Master Trainer Instructor Certification Training Program translated to:
     – Spanish
     – French
     – Russian
+ Industrial Maintenance Level 1 translated to:
     – French

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