Accredited Training and Education Facility (ATEF): A secondary or post-secondary school (high school, college, university, etc.) working in partnership with an Accredited Training Sponsor (i.e. TEXO) that has successfully completed an approval process for recognition of its training program.

NCCER offers curricula in over 70 craft areas and is competency-based with measurable objectives. Subject matter experts assist in the development of curricula to ensure NCCER programs meet or exceed current industry standards. ATEF are nationally recognized industry credentials, are approved by TEA, and can provide college credit to students.

Please fill out the form below if your school is interested in becoming a NCCER Accredited Training & Education Facility (ATEF).

For any questions, please contact Erin Stewart, Director of CTE Development & Craft Training, at erin@texoassociation.org.

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