You can receive full credit for NCCER’s Project Supervision, Project Management as well as your initial training in this career field. In the chart below, an X next to a module indicates you are eligible to receive credit for that module.
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 subject usually has three to four levels.
*Refer to NCCER’s definitions located on the right hand of the screen to fully understand these terms.
|Project Management||1||44101-08||Introduction to Project Management||x|
|Project Management||1||44103-08||Interpersonal Skills||x|
|Project Management||1||44104-08||Issues and Resolutions||x|
|Project Management||1||44105-08||Construction Documents||x|
|Project Management||1||44106-08||Construction Planning||x|
|Project Management||1||44107-08||Estimating and Cost Control||x|
|Project Management||1||44109-08||Resource Control||x|
|Project Management||1||44110-08||Quality Control and Assurance||x|
|Project Management||1||44111-08||Continuous Improvement||x|
|Project Supervision||1||MT201-01||Orientation to the Job||x|
|Project Supervision||1||MT202-01||Human Relations and Problem Solving||x|
|Project Supervision||1||MT204-01||Quality Control||x|
|Project Supervision||1||MT205-01||Contract and Construction Documents||x|
|Project Supervision||1||MT206-01||Document Control and Estimating||x|
|Project Supervision||1||MT207-01||Planning and Scheduling||x|
|Project Supervision||1||MT208-01||Resource Control and Cost Awareness||x|