National Commission for the
Certification of Crane Operators
Committed to Quality, Integrity, and Fairness in Testing since 1995
Learn more about NCCCO’s response to COVID-19 (updated March 31, 2020).

NCCCO has implemented an organizational restructure within our Testing Services department with a goal of improving the user experience and streamlining submission of testing related documentation. Due to a transition of processes, this has led to a temporary delay in processing practical exam scores. We apologize for this delay and anticipate an improvement no later than the end of April. Anyone experiencing major issues should contact NCCCO’s Director, Testing Services, Marc Hone,, or NCCCO’s Director, Customer Service, Tara Whittington, We thank you for your understanding and appreciate your patience.
NCCCO Goes Big at CONEXPO 2020
NCCCO’s Lift Safety Zone, indoor information booth, written and practical certification exams, education sessions, and practical examiner training all added up to make CONEXPO/CON-AGG 2020 the largest construction show ever for NCCCO.
NCCCO Announces 25th Anniversary Celebrations
NCCCO today used the mega industry event CONEXPO to kick off its celebration of the 25th anniversary of its professionally developed and nationally accredited personnel certification programs.
CCO Mobile Crane Operator Written Exams Now Available in Spanish
In response to numerous industry requests to serve the growing Spanish-speaking construction labor force, NCCCO is making available its CCO Mobile Crane Operator written certification exams in Spanish.
New myNCCCO Mobile App Connects Certificants with Real-Time Data
NCCCO has released its new myNCCCO mobile app for Apple iPhones and Android devices. Certificants can use the app to update their personal information and see their current certifications and their expiration dates.

Sponsor Spotlight

The National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators gratefully recognizes the generous financial contributions of its sponsors without whom this program would not have been possible.