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What Does “National Certification” Mean?

If you want to operate heavy machinery in the U.S. then you should seek national certification. It will help boost your career in so many ways.

The National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) was set up specifically to provide heavy machinery operators a way to get certified on the equipment they operate daily. Due to a shortage in heavy machinery operators and no standardized way to test the ones who are working, a need developed to maintain a standard operating practice that would let employers know they have the best skilled workers on their crew. That’s where national certification came in. Today, the leading construction companies in the world recognize NCCER and ATS is at the forefront of providing safe heavy equipment training.

All ATS schools are accredited by NCCER. That means when you get your diploma from the ATS Heavy Equipment Training School, you are qualified to work anywhere that heavy machinery is in operation. No one can question your skills.

Founded in 1995, NCCER is a not-for-profit agency. When you graduate from an ATS school, you’ll be qualified to work on any equipment any where. It doesn’t matter where you went to school. Your skills will be known as first among the class. And the National Registry of graduates qualified on heavy equipment will be available to employers so that your skills and background can be checked, making it easier for you to get the job you want.

If being a heavy equipment operator is in your future, you’ll want to be certified by the National Center for Construction Education and Research.

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