You can receive credit for 10 modules* of NCCER training in the following craft* areas: Core, 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.
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.
|Core||N/A||00102-15||Introduction to Construction Math||x|
|Core||N/A||00103-15||Introduction to Hand Tools||x|
|Core||N/A||00104-15||Introduction to Power Tools||x|
|Core||N/A||00105-15||Introduction to Construction Drawings|
|Core||N/A||00106-15||Introduction to Basic Rigging||x|
|Core||N/A||00107-15||Basic Communication Skills||x|
|Core||N/A||00108-15||Basic Employability Skills||x|
|Core||N/A||00109-15||Introduction to Material Handling||x|
Module credit can be earned within these different topics. Some of these modules are related to craft levels while others are standalone credentials.
|Craft / Topic||Level||Module||Title||Credit|
|Sustainable Construction||N/A||70101-15||Your Role In the Green Environment||x|
|Safety Technology||V5||75218-03||Environmental Awareness||x|