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NCCER Releases Enhancements to New Online Testing System

Workforce Development
NCCER’s Testing System saves instructors and administrators 87 percent in time and program management costs. Since its release in September 2017, this system has maximized instructor effectiveness and reduced paperwork. Completely online and managed in-house by NCCER, the Testing System operates on the same platform utilized by ACT and connects seamlessly with the NCCER Registry System.
Now available with all NCCER craft and pipeline covered task tests, users are able to create, launch, score, store and submit module tests completely through the online system. As well as streamlining the testing process, these improvements have also eliminated the need for paper-based testing and record storage. With easy-to-use features and greater capability across multiple devices, module testing has never been more efficient.
Utilizing feedback provided by users, NCCER added upgrades throughout 2018. The Testing System’s score report search function now makes it simpler to see only desired test-takers by using at least one of several search criteria options, such as instructor card number or group search. In addition, training prescriptions, which list module sections numbers for questions answered incorrectly, are now included on the detailed score report.

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