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NCCER. NCCER Overview. Affiliated with the University of Florida M.E. Rinker, Sr. School of Building Construction Gainesville, Florida. NCCER. Industry Overview Workforce Shortage NCCER Accreditation Curriculum National Registry Web Site. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW.

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NCCER

NCCER Overview

Affiliated with the University of Florida

M.E. Rinker, Sr. School of Building Construction

Gainesville, Florida

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NCCER

  • Industry Overview
  • Workforce Shortage
  • NCCER
  • Accreditation
  • Curriculum
  • National Registry
  • Web Site
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INDUSTRY OVERVIEW

Types of Construction

  • Commercial
  • Industrial
  • Residential
  • Maintenance
  • Highway
  • Pipeline
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INDUSTRY OVERVIEW

National Average Annual Gross Income

CRAFTSTARTINGMID-LEVELTOP

Electrician 25,000 45,000 70,000

Carpenter 21,000 37,000 59,000

HVAC 21,000 36,000 54,000

Plumber 23,000 42,000 67,000

Mason 24,000 43,000 66,000

Welder 19,000 31,000 46,000

Foreman 37,000 67,000 109,000

Source: Wall Street Journal Job Rated Almanac 6/E 2002 Les Krantz

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INDUSTRY OVERVIEW

USA TODAY

Monday, December 13, 2004

“Residential and commercial development in the next quarter-century will eclipse anything seen in previous generations…..according to a Brookings Institution report”

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INDUSTRY OVERVIEW

Brookings Institution Study

“...nearly half of what will be the built environment in 2030 doesn’t exist yet..”

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Thousands of Jobs

Average Annual Rate of Change

1992

2002

2012

1992- 2002

2002- 2012

4,608

6,732

7,745

3.9

1.4

WORKFORCE SHORTAGE

Construction Industry Employment

Will rank among the economy’s top-10 largest sources of employment growth

BLS Industry Employment by Occupation

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1

Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers

37.5

2

Electricians

27.3

3

Cement masons, concrete finishers, and terrazzo workers

25.5

4

Drywall installers, ceiling tile installers, and tapers

24.3

5

Sheet metal workers

22.8

6

Pipelayers, plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters

22.5

7

Cost estimators

19.6

8

Roofers

18.8

9

Brickmasons, blockmasons, and stonemasons

17.4

10

Industrial machinery installation, repair, and maintenance workers

17.0

WORKFORCE SHORTAGE

BLS Expected Growth for Top-10 Wage and Salary Construction Occupations 2002- 2012 (%)

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WORKFORCE SHORTAGE

FMI Sample Data

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WORKFORCE SHORTAGE

The mission is critical!

  • Recruit 180,000/year
  • Replace 95,000/year
  • Train (New)
  • Retain & Train Incumbent
  • Improve the industry’s image
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WORKFORCE SHORTAGE

REGISTERED FORMAL TRAINING

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NCCER

Who are we?

  • A not-for-profit education foundation created to address the critical workforce shortage facing the construction industry

What do we do?

  • Develop and maintain standardized construction curriculum
  • Provide portable credentials
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NCCER HISTORY

  • Leading Contractors/Associations
  • Funded by the Industry
  • NCCER Standardized Training Process
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FOCUS AREAS

  • Craft Training
  • Safety Training
  • Management Training
  • Image
  • Research
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STANDARDIZED TRAINING PROCESS

  • Standardized Construction Curricula

Craft, Safety & Management Education

  • Accreditation for the Organization
  • Instructor Certification
  • National Registry
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CONTREN LEARNING SERIES

Construction, Maintenance, & Pipeline Curricula

  • Masonry
  • Sprinkler Fitting
  • Electronic Systems Technician
  • Industrial Painting
  • Heavy Equipment Operations
  • Industrial Maintenance Tech
  • Mobile Crane Operations
  • Pipefitting
  • Instrumentation
  • Millwright
  • Boilermaking
  • Pipeline
  • Painting
  • Residential Carpentry
  • Residential Electrical
  • Core (Introductory Craft Skills)
  • Carpentry
  • Electrical
  • Plumbing
  • Welding
  • HVAC
  • Construction Craft Laborer
  • Concrete Finishing
  • Sheet Metal
  • Insulating
  • Scaffold Building
  • Ironworking
  • Pipelayer
  • Highway/Heavy
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ACCREDITATIONPROCESS

Eligible Organizations

Contractor

Association Chapter

Owner

Government Agency

Training Consultant

For Profit School

ACCREDITED TRAINING SPONSOR

ATEF

Training Unit

  • School
  • Contractor
  • Job/Plant Site
  • School
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ICTP

Master Trainers

24 hour ICTP for MTs

Craft Instructors

24 hour ICTP

Craft Professionals

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EXTENSIVE USE IN US

Associations

Contractors

Owners

Schools

Consultants

Corrections

Over 500 Training Sponsors

More than 2000 schools

Departments of Education promote Contren in 25 states

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NATIONAL REGISTRY

  • Confidential
  • Portable Credentials
  • Documentation of training and skills attainment
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ISN Software Corporation

ANR

  • 220 Current Users
  • Online Management of NCCER National Registry for Sponsors
  • Training Verification
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NCACP

National Craft Assessment & Certification Program

  • Evaluates Journey-level Skills
  • Pre/Post Employment Testing
  • Meets Owner’s Demands
  • Provides Industry Credentials
  • Evaluates Professionalism
  • Training Prescription Promotes Upgrade Training
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NCCT

National Construction Career Tests

  • Standardized achievement tests based upon industry skill standards
  • Developed in response to the nation’s need for industry-driven exams for career and technical education
  • Ideal for high school pre- and post-testing
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WWW.NCCER.ORG

www.nccer.org

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WWW.NCCER.ORG

nccer.monster.com

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CAREERS IN CONSTRUCTION WEEK

  • Third week in October
  • Career Resources
  • Local Community Involvement
  • Build Your Future video
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NCCER

Questions?

Contact NCCER Customer Service

(888) 622-3720

www.nccer.org

info@nccer.org