By Anna Lockhart.
The National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA) offers ProCertification as a way to uplift the roofing industry to match the standards of other trade professions with their own national certifications in hopes of creating a valuable career path for industry field workers. With this goal in mind, the NRCA ProCertification is a great way to increase homeowner and business owner confidence in the workers they hire as a trusted source to complete their roofing project.
There are a variety of occupations within the roofing industry that are certifiable by the NRCA, such as: roof system installer, roofing foreman and qualified assessor. The certification process for these positions entails an extensive course of exams and inspections that ensure the participants seeking certification are knowledgeable and capable of the necessary skills needed in their positions.
When roofing business owners invest in their workers, the confidence and job satisfaction of those employees rise. By fostering ways for them to expand their knowledge and skill sets, such as certifying them, both your company and your workers are set up to succeed in the industry. Certification benefits teams by strengthening the confidence customers have in their work and increases productivity on the worksite. In turn, the reputation of those workers and businesses is boosted though word-of-mouth by pleased customers.
When considering contractors to hire for projects, homeowners and business owners should look for crews with ProCertification. To be nationally recognized as a certified, knowledgeable professional is a key indicator that such a contractor is prepared to take on any project with expertise and accuracy. When looking for a reliable crew, it’s a good idea to look for local crews that are ProCertified with the National Roofing Contractors Association.
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Anna Lockhart is a content administrator/writer for the Coffee Shops and AskARoofer™. When she’s not working, she’s most likely to be found with her nose in a book or attempting to master a new cookie recipe.
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