About WQA Professional Certification
The WQA Professional Certification program helps consumers and employers identify individuals in the point-of-use/point-of-entry water quality improvement industry who have demonstrated a certified level of professional expertise and are dedicated to high professional standards.
WQA certification is a voluntary credentialing process. To achieve any WQA-certified designation, the candidate must pass a comprehensive exam and agree to abide by the WQA Code of Ethics for the Water Quality Improvement Industry. Certification is valid for 3 years. To maintain certification, completion of continuing education and payment of re-certification fee is required.
Beginning May 1, 2015, candidates for certification must complete the certification-specific courses in the Modular Education Program (MEP) to be eligible for examination.
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Learn all about WQA's MEP training and what it takes to become a certified water treatment professional.
Take the exam at the 2018 WQA Convention & Exposition in Denver.
Candidates for certification must complete the certification-specific courses in the Modular Education Program (MEP) to be eligible for examination.
If you have any questions, please contact WQA's Education Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 630-505-0160.