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NRCA ProCertification™ Qualified Assessor applications are being accepted!

The roofing industry is constantly evolving, and as you look for ways to grow your business, you also need to find ways for your workers to grow. Labor shortages and worker retention continue to be a struggle in the roofing industry, and NRCA is helping you address this issue through its national worker certification program, NRCA ProCertification.

NRCA ProCertification is designed to create a competent, sustainable and high-performing roofing industry workforce. Experienced roofing workers can demonstrate their skills and knowledge to become certified roof system installers in specific roof system applications and disciplines.

But we need your company leaders to help make this program work! NRCA ProCertification Qualified Assessors will serve as performance exam proctors for those seeking installation certifications, evaluating and verifying NRCA ProCertification participants' hands-on skills. Qualified Assessors are uniquely qualified by meeting eligibility requirements, completing two self-paced online training modules, and passing a proctored online exam.

The NRCA ProCertification Qualified Assessor Program exists to teach Qualified Assessor candidates observation and assessment skills and the policies and procedures required to fulfill their roles in the ProCertification program.

The benefits of being a Qualified Assessor are significant and include expanding your current business offerings by assessing ProCertification candidates; generating additional revenue by charging ProCertification candidates an appropriate fee for conducting their performance exams; gaining access to NRCA ProCertification materials for specific roof system disciplines; and earning a digital badge and professional recognition as being one of the leaders in our industry.

For more information about becoming a Qualified Assessor or to submit an application, click here.

For more information about NRCA ProCertification, click here.



9/24/2018




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