The PROCertified Roofing Foreman certification ensures that a foreman has extensive technical and safety knowledge, communication and leadership skills.
For more information about NRCA PROCertification, including special discounts on application fees, contact Brad Martz, NRCA's director of sales, at (847) 493-7574 or email@example.com.
To be eligible to become an NRCA PROCertified Roofing Foreman, an applicant must have experience and working knowledge of roof system installation practices and industry-specific safety practices to recognize when an installer is not following manufacturer requirements or is violating a safety regulation.
Applicants can demonstrate their knowledge and experience one of two ways:
Option 1: Hold an NRCA PROCertified roof system installer certification in the roof system in which they want to be designated
Option 2: Have two or more years of experience as a roofing foreman overseeing installation of the roof system in which they want to be designated
Eligibility also requires a supervisor to verify in writing he or she has observed an applicant consistently
- Responding to safety and quality violations in a timely fashion
- Motivating installers
- Modeling professional behavior
- Demonstrating effective leadership
An applicant’s employer must validate his or her work experience, skills and knowledge.
NRCA PROCertification Foreman Knowledge Exam
- 100 multiple-choice questions (with audio)
- Available in English or Spanish
Foreman Knowledge Exam Sample Questions
Job Task Analysis
JTAs define the knowledge and skills necessary for a given role. NRCA PROCertification eligibility and hands-on performance exams are based on the information shown in each JTA.