NCCER Publishes Significant Revision to Industry-Recognized Electrical Curriculum
The four-level electrical track is one of NCCER’s most widely-used programs and sets the industry standard for electrician training.
The National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) has published the eleventh edition of its Electrical curriculum, providing a focused learner experience aligned with 2023 electrical codes and regulations. With more than 630,000 electricians needed nationwide over the next three years, the four-level electrical track is one of NCCER’s most widely-used programs and sets the industry standard for electrician training.
The most robust revision of the curriculum to date, the eleventh edition includes newly updated content and extensive interactive features. The curriculum was rewritten with help from top industry subject matter experts, many of whom are involved in the national code-making process. The resulting training material reflects current industry trends supplemented by new artwork and graphics that improve comprehension of electrical concepts and code application. In addition, more than 58 new instructional videos and other learning aids are available through NCCERconnect, an online solution that combines the enhanced digital curriculum with a customizable learning management system.
Rounding out NCCER’s Electrical offerings, NCCER’s Journeyman Electrician Exam Prep was updated to include 2023 code. Designed to help aspiring electricians pass the journey-level licensing exam in their respective states, these test preparation materials include practice exams and questions, test-taking tips and more.
To learn more about Electrical Levels 1-4, Eleventh Edition, contact your Pearson executive director or visit the Electrical craft page on the NCCER website. To learn more about the Journeyman Electrician Exam Prep, visit the NCCER store.
NCCER develops and distributes its curricula in partnership with the world’s leading learning company, Pearson, and ensures that it complies with the Department of Labor’s Office of Apprenticeship requirements for time-based training. Individuals who successfully complete these training programs through an NCCER Accredited Training Sponsor will earn industry-recognized credentials. To learn more about NCCER curricula and purchasing options, visit the bookstore.
About NCCER — NCCER is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) education foundation created by the construction industry to develop standardized curriculum and assessments with portable credentials and certifications for skilled craft professionals. NCCER provides a comprehensive workforce development system that includes accreditation, training, assessment, certification and career development solutions for the construction and maintenance industries. For more information, visit www.nccer.org or contact NCCER customer service at 888.622.3720.
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