The standard for developing craft professionals 2019 nccer

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The Standard for Developing Craft Professionals

2019 NCCER CURRICULUM CATALOG

BUILT FOR INDUSTRY, BY INDUSTRY.

Standardized, competency-based curricula for construction professionals.

NCCER's catalog is going digital!

In an effort to keep information updated more frequently, the NCCER Curriculum Catalog will be exclusively available online starting in

2020. Craft listings with modules for each level will still be available as downloadable PDFs on each of the individual craft webpages, found at crafts. A compiled PDF of all crafts will also be available

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Table of Contents

ORDERING AND CUSTOMER SERVICE

Ordering and Customer Service............................................................................ 2 Pearson Contact Information................................................................................ 4

ABOUT NCCER Letter from the Chairman of the Board................................................................. 5 Subject Matter Expert Thank You.......................................................................... 6 Now Available...................................................................................................... 7 The NCCER Program............................................................................................. 8 Assessments and Certification............................................................................... 9 Instructor Resources............................................................................................10 NCCERconnect.....................................................................................................11 NCCER's Expanded Digital & Customer Service Offerings......................................12 Module and Craft Identification Numbers............................................................13

CONSTRUCTION ESSENTIALS Applied Construction Math...................................................................................14 Core Curriculum..................................................................................................14 Tools for Success.................................................................................................15

CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE Boilermaking......................................................................................................15 Cabinetmaking....................................................................................................19 Carpentry...........................................................................................................17 Concrete Finishing...............................................................................................19 Construction Craft Laborer................................................................................. 20 Construction Technology..................................................................................... 21 Drywall.............................................................................................................. 21 Electrical............................................................................................................ 22 Electronic Systems Technician............................................................................. 24 From the Ground Up............................................................................................19 Green Topics in HVAC.....................................................................................31, 66 Heavy Equipment Operations............................................................................. 27 Heavy Highway Construction.............................................................................. 28 HVAC................................................................................................................. 29 Hydroblasting.................................................................................................... 29 Industrial Coating and Lining Application Specialist............................................. 32 Industrial Maintenance Electrical & Instrumentation............................................ 33 Industrial Maintenance Mechanic........................................................................ 35 Instrumentation................................................................................................. 37 Ironworking....................................................................................................... 39 Managing Electrical Hazards.........................................................................24, 91 Masonry............................................................................................................ 41 Mechanical Insulating......................................................................................... 42 Millwright.......................................................................................................... 43 Painting............................................................................................................. 46 Pipefitting.......................................................................................................... 47 Pipelayer........................................................................................................... 49 Plumbing........................................................................................................... 50 Reinforcing Ironwork.......................................................................................... 52 Scaffolding........................................................................................................ 53 Sheet Metal........................................................................................................ 53 Site Layout......................................................................................................... 55

Sprinkler Fitting................................................................................................. 56 Welding............................................................................................................. 57

CRANE, RIGGER, AND SIGNAL PERSON

Mobile Crane Operations.................................................................................... 60 Rigger/Signal Person..........................................................................................61 Tower Crane Operator........................................................................................ 62

GREEN/SUSTAINABLE Alternative Energy............................................................................................. 62 Solar Photovoltaics............................................................................................. 63 Sustainable Construction Supervisor................................................................... 63 Weatherization.................................................................................................. 64 Wind Energy...................................................................................................... 65 Your Role in the Green Environment..............................................................15, 63

MANAGEMENT

Fundamentals of Crew Leadership...................................................................... 67 Project Management.......................................................................................... 68 Project Supervision............................................................................................ 67

MARITIME

Maritime Industry Fundamentals........................................................................ 69 Maritime Pipefitting........................................................................................... 69 Maritime Structural Fitter................................................................................... 70

PIPELINE Introduction to the Pipeline Industry....................................................................74 Pipeline Abnormal Operating Conditions..............................................................74 Pipeline Career Pathway Training....................................................................... 72 Pipeline Corrosion Control.................................................................................. 80 Pipeline Covered Tasks....................................................................................... 71 Pipeline Electrical and Instrumentation............................................................... 75 Pipeline Field and Control Center Operations...................................................... 79 Pipeline Maintenance and Mechanical.................................................................76 Pipeline Program............................................................................................... 71

POWER Power Generation Maintenance Electrician.......................................................... 82 Power Generation I&C Maintenance Technician................................................... 84 Power Generation Maintenance Mechanic........................................................... 86 Power Industry Fundamentals............................................................................ 82 Power Line Worker............................................................................................. 88 Power Line Worker: Distribution......................................................................... 88 Power Line Worker: Substation........................................................................... 89 Power Line Worker: Transmission....................................................................... 90

SAFETY

Basic Safety (Construction Site Safety Orientation)........................................14, 91 Fall Protection Orientation.................................................................................. 91 Field Safety....................................................................................................... 91 Horizontal Directional Drilling Hazards..........................................................49, 91 Safety Technology.............................................................................................. 92

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Module Orders Individual modules are printed on demand. Please allow two to three weeks for fulfillment and delivery. Modules are not returnable.

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