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STEPS™ A Long Term Career Tool for the RMC Industry

 

 

NRMCA’s CCPf designation gives ready mixed concrete industry employees the fundamental technical, operational, sales and managerial information needed to prepare for and enhance careers in the industry.

 

To earn a CCPf, participants must complete 120 hours of coursework. From Introduction to Concrete Fundamental’s review of the basics to Leadership: The Concrete’s Manager’s Game Plan, CCPf’s highly interactive courses expose participants to a broad range of best practices in five important areas of study:

Concrete Technology Apply Operations and Production Apply    

Sales, Marketing & Promotion Apply Sustainability Apply
               


When the CCPf designation is earned, and the certificate is granted, it is the top sign of professionalism for individuals and the companies that employ them.

The list of your industry peers who have earned the CCPf designation is growing quickly
check it out and take a step yourself.

 

Take one of more of these next steps to earn a CCPf and even greater career success:

 


Receiving Credit for Prior Coursework

CCPf participants can receive credit for prior NRMCA coursework as well as for coursework from individual company and independent training programs. Courses and seminars from other organizations may be applied toward elective requirements as transfer credits. Acceptance of transfer credit from an outside organization is under the sole discretion of the NRMCA Educational Activities Committee (EAC).

 

Academic Partnership Program: These organizations have submitted their courses for pre-approval within the STEPS program.

 


 

 

Want to be an Academic Partner? If you offer non-NRMCA programs and you wish to request pre-approval for transfer credits please complete and return an Academic Partnership Request Form.

 


Certification Rules

 

Original Certification

1.     NRMCA courses taken within five years of the time of CCPf application will be accepted.

2.     Applicant must pass the exam, and certification must be current for certification courses within the pre-requisite or required course listing of a career track.

a.    If the exam was not taken/passed at the time of the course, the applicant may take/re-take it if proctored by an independent third party. This must be arranged by the applicant and approved by NRMCA's Education Department. The exam fee is $100.

b.    Elective courses only require certificate of attendance, exam is not required.

3.     Courses and seminars from other organizations may be applied toward elective requirements as transfer credits. Acceptance of transfer credit from an outside organization is under the sole discretion of the NRMCA Educational Activities Committee. Transfer credit fee is $25 per application.

4.     Payment of $150 must accompany application as well as proof of current certifications, when applicable.

5.     Upon completion, payment and approval, applicant will receive a framed certification.

 

Certification Renewal

1.     Every five years, complete 24 hours of continuing education related to the ready mixed concrete industry. Transfer credits accepted.

2.     Acceptance of transfer credit from an outside organization is under the sole discretion of the NRMCA Educational Activities Committee.

3.      CCPf renewal application must be signed by the applicant's supervisor.

4.     Payment of $150 must accompany the application for CCPf Renewal.

5.     Certifications within the required course list of your career track must be current at time of CCPf renewal. You may either arrange to retake the exam (see section 1 above) or you may retake the course and exam, which will also count toward continuing education requirements.

6.    Required course certifications that are renewable are: Concrete Technologist Level 2, Plant Manager Certification, Safety Course and Certification, Environmental Professional Certification for the RMC Industry, SUPERVISION WORKSHOP CERTIFICATION (TITLE TO BE DETERMINED) and any American Concrete Institute certifications, including Grade 1 Field Technician.

 

 

 

 


 

 

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