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You can receive credit for 21 NCCER training modules* in the following craft* areas: Core, Electrical, Industrial Maintenance Electrical & Instrumentation, Sustainable Construction and Safety Technology. In the chart below, an X next to a module indicates you are eligible to receive credit for that module.

If an X does not appear next to a module then additional training is required for the craft level* completion. Each module builds upon one another to accomplish a level completion and this information is tracked in NCCER’s Registry System.  An industry- recognized credential* is awarded with level completions and each craft usually has three to four levels.

*Refer to NCCER’s definitions located on the right side of the screen to fully understand these terms.

Core

NCCER's Core curriculum is a prerequisite to all other Level 1 craft curriculum and gives the trainee the basic skills needed to continue education in any craft area he or she chooses.

CraftLevelModuleTitleCredit
Core CurriculumN/A00101-15Basic Safety
Core CurriculumN/A00102-15Introduction to Construction Mathx
Core CurriculumN/A00103-15Introduction to Hand Toolsx
Core CurriculumN/A00104-15Introduction to Power Tools
Core CurriculumN/A00105-15Introduction to Construction Drawingsx
Core CurriculumN/A00106-15Introduction to Basic Rigging
Core CurriculumN/A00107-15Basic Communication Skillsx
Core CurriculumN/A00108-15Basic Employability Skillsx
Core CurriculumN/A00109-15Introduction to Material Handlingx

Electrical

To prepare trainees for a career in the electrical field, NCCER offers a comprehensive, four-level Electrical curriculum that complies with DOL time-based standards for apprenticeships.

CraftLevelModuleTitleCredit
Electrical126101-14Orientation to the Electrical Tradex
Electrical126102-14Electrical Safety
Electrical126103-14Introduction to Electrical Circuitsx
Electrical126104-14Electrical Theoryx
Electrical126205-14Introduction to the National Electrical Code
Electrical126106-14Device Boxes
Electrical126107-14Hand Bending
Electrical126108-14Raceways and Fittings
Electrical126109-14Conductors and Cables
Electrical126110-14Basic Electrical Construction Drawingsx
Electrical126111-14Residential Electrical Systems
Electrical126112-14Electrical Test Equipmentx
Electrical226201-14Alternating Current
Electrical226202-14Motors: Theory and Application
Electrical226203-14Electric Lighting
Electrical226204-14Conduit Bending
Electrical226205-14Pull and Junction Boxes
Electrical226206-14Conductor Installations
Electrical226207-14Cable Tray
Electrical226208-14Conductor Terminations and Splices
Electrical226209-14Grounding and Bonding
Electrical226210-14Circuit Breakers and Fuses
Electrical226211-14Control Systems and Fundamental Concepts
Electrical326301-14Load Calculations - Branch and Feeder Circuits
Electrical326302-14Conductor Selection and Calculations
Electrical326303-14Practical Applications of Lighting
Electrical326304-14Hazardous Locations
Electrical326305-14Overcurrent Protection
Electrical326306-14Distribution Equipment
Electrical326307-14Transformers
Electrical326308-14Commercial Electrical Services
Electrical326309-14Motor Calculations
Electrical326310-14Voice, Data, and Video
Electrical326311-14Motor Controls
Electrical426401-14Load Calculations - Feeders and Services
Electrical426402-14Health Care Facilities
Electrical426403-14Standby and Emergency Systems
Electrical426404-14Basic Electronic Theory
Electrical426405-14Fire Alarm Systems
Electrical426406-14Specialty Transformers
Electrical426407-14Advanced Controls
Electrical426408-14HVAC Controls
Electrical426409-14Heat Tracing and Freeze Protection
Electrical426410-14Motor Operation and Maintenance
Electrical426411-14Medium-Voltage Terminations/Splices
Electrical426412-14Special Locations
Electrical446101-11Fundamentals of Crew Leadership

Industrial Maintenance Electrician & Instrumentation Technician

This four-level curriculum covers topics such as Fasteners and Anchors, Process Mathematics, and Pneumatic Controls.

CraftLevelModuleTitleCredit
Industrial Maintenance E & I140101-07Orientation to the Trade
Industrial Maintenance E & I140102-07Tools for the Tradex
Industrial Maintenance E & I140103-07Fasteners and Anchors
Industrial Maintenance E & I140104-07Oxyfuel Cutting
Industrial Maintenance E & I140105-07Gaskets and Packing
Industrial Maintenance E & I140106-07Craft-Related Mathematics
Industrial Maintenance E & I140107-07Construction Drawings
Industrial Maintenance E & I140108-07Pumps and Drivers
Industrial Maintenance E & I140109-07Valvesx
Industrial Maintenance E & I140110-07Introduction to Test Instrumentsx
Industrial Maintenance E & I140111-07Material Handling and Hand Rigging
Industrial Maintenance E & I140112-07Mobile and Support Equipment
Industrial Maintenance E & I40113-07Lubricationx
Industrial Maintenance E & I240201-08Industrial Safety for E & I Technicians
Industrial Maintenance E & I240202-08Introduction to the National and Electrical Code
Industrial Maintenance E & I240203-08Electrical Theory
Industrial Maintenance E & I240204-08Alternating Current
Industrial Maintenance E & I240205-08E & I Test Equipmentx
Industrial Maintenance E & I240206-08Flow, Pressure, Level and Temperaturex
Industrial Maintenance E & I240207-08Process Mathematics
Industrial Maintenance E & I240208-08Hand Bending
Industrial Maintenance E & I240209-08Tubing
Industrial Maintenance E & I240210-08Clean, Purge and Test Tubing and Piping Systems
Industrial Maintenance E & I240211-08Instrument Drawing and Documents, Part One
Industrial Maintenance E & I240212-08Conductors and Cables
Industrial Maintenance E & I240213-08Conductor Terminations and Splices
Industrial Maintenance E & I340301-09Hazardous Locations
Industrial Maintenance E & I340302-09Electronic Components
Industrial Maintenance E & I340303-09E & I Drawings
Industrial Maintenance E & I340304-09Motor Controls
Industrial Maintenance E & I340305-09Distribution Equipmentx
Industrial Maintenance E & I340306-09Transformer Applicationsx
Industrial Maintenance E & I340307-09Conductor Selection and Calculationsx
Industrial Maintenance E & I340308-09Temporary Grounding
Industrial Maintenance E & I340309-09Layout and Installation of Tubing and Piping Systems
Industrial Maintenance E & I340310-09Machine Bending of Conduit
Industrial Maintenance E & I340311-09Hydraulic Controlsx
Industrial Maintenance E & I340312-09Pneumatic Controls
Industrial Maintenance E & I340313-09Motor-Operated Valves
Industrial Maintenance E & I440401-09Standby and Emergency Systems
Industrial Maintenance E & I440402-09Basic Process Control Elements, Transducers
Industrial Maintenance E & I440403-09Instrumentation Calibration and Configuration
Industrial Maintenance E & I440404-09Pneumatic Control Valve, Actuators and Positioners
Industrial Maintenance E & I440405-09Performing Loop Checks
Industrial Maintenance E & I440406-09Troubleshooting and Commissioning a Loop
Industrial Maintenance E & I440407-09Data Network
Industrial Maintenance E & I440408-09Programmable Logic Controllers
Industrial Maintenance E & I440409-09Distributed Control System

Additional Topics

Module credit can be earned within these different topics. Some of these modules are related to craft levels while others are standalone credentials.

Craft / TopicLevelModuleTitleCredit
Sustainable ConstructionN/A70101-15Your Role In the Green Environmentx
Safety TechnologyV575218-03Environmental Awarenessx
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