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NRMCA’s new 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 the Strategic Leadership Capstone’s coalescing of the program’s teachings, CCPs highly interactive courses expose participants to a broad range of best practices in four important areas of study:

• Business Management                  • Concrete Technology
• Operations and Production           • Sales, Marketing & Promotion

>> Recommended CCPf courses by job title (PDF).

Participants can receive credit for prior NRMCA coursework along with individual company and independent training programs. (Click for full requirements) When the CCPf designation is earned, it is a top sign of professionalism for individuals and the companies that employ them. Take the next step...register for a NRMCA course, earn a NRMCA certification, and use your current industry certifications and training  programs to work towards a CCPf...take a big step toward even greater career success.

Take the next step, download, complete the applications you need to earn a CCPf Admissions Application | Transfer Credit Application | Graduation Application

 

Graduation Application by Career Track:

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Recommended CCPf courses by job title (PDF).


Certification Rules

Original Certification

• There is no time limit for completion of a Career Track.
• All past NRMCA coursework is grandfathered if taken in the last 5 years. If the NRMCA course required sitting for an exam, the applicant must have passed the exam at that time. If the applicant did not take the course's exam, the applicant can take it at his or her convenience if proctored by an independent third party, to be arranged by the applicant and approved by NRMCA's Education Department. The exam fee is $100.
• Certifications required in a Career Track must be current at time of graduation and CCPf Certification application to NRMCA Education Department.
• Application for CCPf can be downloaded on NRMCA's, website. www.NRMCA.org/STEPS.
• Payment of $150 must accompany the application for CCPf Certification.
• Application for Certification must be received by June 1 of each year.
• Certificates will be conferred on September 1 of each year.
• Courses and seminars from other organizations can apply toward certification and re-certification
if approved by NRMCA Educational Activities Committee.
• If transfer credit is granted, the applicant must sit for and pass NRMCA’s equivalent exam. The exam fee is $100 and must be administered by an independent third party, to be arranged by the applicant and approved by NRMCA’s Education Department.
• Applications for transfer of credit from an outside organization can be downloaded from NRMCA's website, www.NRMCA.org/STEPS.
• Applications for credit transfer from an outside organization's course are due into NRMCA no
later than March 1 of the certification year.
• Acceptance of transfer credit for certification or re-certification from an outside organization
is under the sole discretion of the NRMCA Educational Activities Committee.

Certification Renewal

• Every five years, complete 24 hours of continuing education related to the ready mixed concrete
business.
• Continuing education can be provided by NRMCA or another organization.
• Acceptance of transfer credit for certification or re-certification from an outside organization
is under the sole discretion of the NRMCA Educational Activities Committee.
• The application for Certification Renewal must be signed by the applicant's supervisor.
• Payment of $150 must accompany the application for Certification Renewal.
• Application for Certification Renewal must be received by June 1 of each year.
• Re-certification will be conferred on September 1
of each year.
• Certifications listed under required courses for a Career Track must be current at the time of certification award and renewal. If Certification Renewal requires classroom time, it can be counted towards continuing education requirements when listed under course requirements.
• Those certifications that must be renewed are: Concrete Technologist Level 2, Plant Manager Certification, 10 Hour OSHA Certification for General Industry, NRMCA Environmental Professional Certification, any American Concrete Institute certifications including Grade 1 Field Technician.

 

 


 

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