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NOTE TO ALL CANDIDATES: It is your responsibility to read and understand the applicable Exam Information Bulletin for your exam in its entirety prior to registering for an exam. The answers to most questions asked by candidates can be found in the bulletin, including all exam-related policies, approved references, content outlines, and more.
New Reference Rule has Big Implications
After careful consideration, the Certification Committee has created a new rule for exam candidates in the National Certification and National Contractor/Trades Programs: starting May 1, exam candidates may take any copyrighted, bound reference into a test site (excludes Fire Inspector I, Fire Inspector II exams). The new rule is expected to shorten the check-in time prior to exams and will allow test-takers to use the edition they’re most familiar with.
Test questions will continue to come only from those references listed in the bulletins as approved for specific exams, and challenges to exam questions may only relate to those approved references. For more information, please email us at email@example.com or call us at 1-888-422-7233 ext. 5524.
Exam Information & Registration
According to a recent survey, code professionals typically follow a similar progression in ICC Certifications. Here’s how the many certificants progress, how do you measure up?
National Certification exams provide the means by which individuals can achieve certification in order to demonstrate their knowledge of various construction regulatory codes, standards, and practices.
- For expanded content outlines and sample questions – Exam Information and Registration
- National Certification Exam Information Bulletin – Computer-Based Testing (CBT)
This bulletin contains information on exams taken on computer through Pearson VUE.
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- National Certification Exam Information Bulletin – Paper-and-Pencil Testing (PP)
These bulletins contain information on exams taken via paper-and-pencil.
- Exam Information and Registration
- Fee Schedule for Optional Services
(For paper-and-pencil exam reschedules, duplicate documents, etc.)
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ICC develops and administers customized construction trade licensing exams for hundreds of state and municipal jurisdictions.
- ICC National Contractor Trades Exam Bulletin
- State- or Jurisdiction-specific Exam Information and Registration
- This short video will show you what to expect at a Pearson VUE test center.
Specialty Programs include Legacy and State Programs. Legacy exams are for jurisdictions that have not yet adopted the latest I-Codes and still use older codes. State exams are for jurisdictions with unique requirements to the National Program.
Petroleum storage tanks are regulated by federal and state laws. The ICC UST/AST Certification exams can be used to complement state licensing programs. In some states, individuals are required to pass state-specific exams.