AIC Certifications The Mark of Construction Excellence
The AIC Constructor Certification Program validates that a constructor has mastered the skills and knowledge required to manage and implement the complex process of construction. Our exams require constructors to meet required education and/or experience qualifications prior to application.
- Certified Associate Constructor (CAC) (formerly AC) is the first level of certification in the Constructor Certification Program.
- Certified Professional Constructor (CPC) is the highest level of certification in the Constructor Certification Program.
- Certified Constructors are required to maintain their original certification through continuing professional development (CPD) as part of Recertification.
CAC and CPC certification examinations are typically administered in early April and early November of each year. To be placed on a list to receive details about future examination dates, please go to the Level I (CAC) or Level II (CPC) website and complete and submit the “Receive More Information” form at the bottom of the respective pages.
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Contact AIC To Coordinate Certification Sessions
For administrator and university professionals looking to coordinate CAC or CPC certification sessions, please reach out directly to Gregg Bradshaw at [email protected] and Ethan Gray at [email protected].
“AIC exams are good for the employee. It brings credibility to them as a worker in construction. Also, owners have additional assurance that these individuals have the expertise to manage their projects. Upper management can also view a snapshot of their employees to see where they stand in their overall knowledge in construction management.”