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Evaluate your team with NWCC Assessments
The Northwest College of Construction, in conjunction with The National Center for Construction Education and Research, offers a complete series of entry- and journey-level assessments. These assessments evaluate the knowledge and skill level of an individual in a specific craft area. All assessments are based upon the Contren® Learning Series curriculum and have been developed in conjunction with Prov™, NCCER’s test development partner.
The Northwest College of Construction offers the Judgment Index ™ to help you make an informed decision in your hiring process and to help build the best team possible. The Judgment Index™ is totally unique and one of the most highly mathematical, scientific and logically-based assessment instruments ever created. It empowers you to measure the value system and the judgment capacity and capability of an individual – and does so with unswerving accuracy.
Call for more information on these valuable tools. 503.256.7300
Our leadership programs give you the tools to communicate effectively, manage sub-vendors and crews, run projects, and control budgets.
Apprenticeship & Craft Development
Our craft programs teach you everything you need to know to master core trade skills and learn how to handle craft tools and equipment safely.
Safety programs save businesses lives and money! Keep your business in compliance and show your employees you care about their well being.
Assessments help employers find out if a person has the right skills needed for the job. We offer a comprehensive series of assessments for your reference.
The Crew Leadership class is awesome! Phil Reis, our instructor is passionate and charismatic about passing on his Project Management experiences along with teaching the text book information to showcase real life situations.The one thing that stuck with me was the importance of being a good leader and role model for my crew and the impact this has on them down the road.
— Nathan Peterson, Supervisor, LiveLight Energy