Associate Constructor Certification (Level 1)

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The Associate Constructor (AC) is the first level of certification in the Constructor Certification Program.  This level of certification is ideal of recent graduates of 4-Year Construction Management Programs or those transitioning into construction management from other industries. AC's are individuals that have a high level of skill and knowledge in managing the process of construction.  

 

Why is this important?  AC's bring value to any project as they have a verified skill and knowledge level that is based on a body of knowledge that continues to be refined.  AC's bring peace of mind that you have a high performing individual on your team who seeks continual professional improvement through our required Continuing Professional Development program.  In addition, each AC agrees to abide by the AIC Code of Ethics, ensuring that they are professional and ethical members of the industry.  In addition, those earning the AC credential upon graduation of a

FALL 2021 AC - Level 1 Exam Information

Registration for the Fall 2021 Associate Constructor Exam is now open. Registration will close on October 3rd.

Please Note: The Fall 2021 AC Level 1 Exam is Being Offered 3 Ways:

  1. A paper-based exam administered at a university:                                        $165.00

  2. A computer-based exam administered at a university:                                 $200.00

  3. A computer-based exam through a third-party test center network:         $235.00

For options 1 and 2 above, the exam will be administered in November at a specific date determined by the university. University faculty will determine the exact date, time, and location. Additional information will be provided directly by the university.

 

For option 3 above, test center location and availability may be limited and subject to restrictions due to COVID-19. Scheduling and accessibility must be managed independently by the exam candidate and the test center network. Additional details are available through the registration system linked below.

Registration Instructions for New Candidates:

  1. Click here: https://www.webassessor.com/AIC

  2. Create an account to access the registration system

  3. Login using your newly created credentials

  4. Once logged in, click on “Register for an Exam”

  5. Select “AC Level 1”

  6. Select your delivery method (paper or computer-based). Be sure to select the correct exam product directed by your university to avoid having to cancel, incur fees, and miss the registration deadline.

  7. If applicable, enter the voucher code provided by your university and click ‘Apply’

  8. Proceed to checkout

 

Registration Instructions for Candidates with existing Webassessor Accounts:

  1. Login using your existing credentials here: https://www.webassessor.com/AIC

  2. Update your profile with any new applicable information (test location, score release information, etc.)

  3. Click “Register for an Exam”

  4. Select “AC Level 1”

  5. Select your delivery method (paper or computer-based). Be sure to select the correct exam product directed by your university to avoid having to cancel, incur fees, and miss the registration deadline.

  6. If applicable, enter the voucher code provided by your university and click ‘Apply’

  7. Proceed to checkout

 

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Additional Information

  1. Computer-based exams at universities will require the university to designate proctor(s) who will receive online access to securely launch exams for test-takers at any time during the test window.

  2. All computer-based exams will still require a supplemental printed exhibit booklet which will be provided by AIC to universities for distribution to university proctors.

  3. All computer-based exams will generate an automatic pass/fail result to the tester upon completion of the exam with national & learning outcome reports being compiled by our psychometrician once the scheduled exam window closes.

  4. Traditional paper/pencil exams will take longer to score based on receipt of paper booklets and the transfer of data.