As a professional certification program, the Towing & Recovery Support Certification Program® (TRSCP®) is intended to set the standard for professionals in this occupation by measuring certain basic knowledge, skills, and competencies that have been deemed appropriate for those employed in support staff roles within the towing and recovery industry. For the TRSCP Entry Level Certification Exam these roles include dispatchers, office managers, administrative staff, etc. While the TRSCP® was developed specifically for the towing and recovery industry, the program is open to all qualified candidates in other associated fields.
The TRSCP Entry Level Certification Exam covers four (4) major categories:
Not sure how to prepare for TRSCP® Entry Level certification? Firstly, we recommend that all support staff attempting TRSCP certification complete the National Traffic Incident Management (TIM) Responder Training. Additionally, there is a study guide published by the Towing and Recovery Association of America, Inc. (TRAA) on Amazon. Note, you are not required to do either of the above, but both preparation options are available to you if you want them.
The TROCP™ Level 1 certification is the standard choice for light-duty operators in the towing and recovery industry. It shows that they have mastered the knowledge and skills required for light-duty towing, making them more hirable and worth higher compensation.More Information
The TROCP™ Level 2 certification is the standard choice for medium to heavy-duty operators in the towing and recovery industry. This certification shows that the operator can handle far more than the standard tow call. Want to prove you can handle the tough calls? This exam is for you.More Information
The TROCP Level 3 certification is for heavy-duty operators in the towing and recovery industry, those that can handle just about any job. This certification is proof that an operator can safely and efficiently manage the most complicated scenarios, recover the heaviest casualties and impress the most demanding teams on-scene.More Information