Designed to create a competent, sustainable and high-performing roofing industry workforce, NRCA ProCertification is poised to change the roofing industry forever. Through a series of qualifications and assessments, NRCA will certify workers who have met all the requirements for each type of roof system installation. NRCA also will certify foremen and other mid-level roofing company personnel. All NRCA ProCertification information, materials and tests are available in English and Spanish.
There are three major components of NRCA ProCertification:
Experienced roofing workers can demonstrate their skills and knowledge to become certified roof system installers in specific roof system applications. Certifications now available include NRCA ProCertified Thermoplastic Systems (e.g., TPO, PVC) Installer, NRCA ProCertified Asphalt Shingles Installer and NRCA ProCertified Roofing Foreman. In time, certifications will be available for all system disciplines, as well as service and maintenance.
A roof system installer certification is earned by meeting specific experience requirements and passing an online and hands-on exam. A Foreman certification is earned by meeting specific experience requirements and passing an online exam. Online exams are proctored and taken at Prometric, a computer testing facility with thousands of locations.
NRCA ProCertification Qualified Assessors evaluate the hands-on performances of roof system installers seeking NRCA ProCertification. Hands-on performance exams may be taken at a variety of locations, including a job site, roofing contractor's shop, local distribution center, local union or NRCA affiliate training facility, vocational school, community college or other type of facility. The location must meet NRCA's standard testing conditions.
NRCA ProCertification demonstrates a commitment to professionalism, quality and the opportunities available for successful career paths in the roofing industry. Participate in NRCA ProCertification today!
To learn more about NRCA ProCertification, visit nrca.net/procertification or call (866) ASK-NRCA (275-6722) and ask for NRCA's Certification Department.