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The new designation signifies that the holder has a thorough background in groundwater subjects
The National Ground Water Assn. (NGWA) is accepting applications for its new Certified Groundwater Professional (CGWP) designation, which signifies that the holder has a thorough background in groundwater subjects.
The new program, revamped from a previous version that started in 1986, requires both professional experience and continuing education. The following core competencies ensure that the applicant has a diverse background in groundwater and sufficient skills to earn the designation:
"This certification provides a solid credential to a groundwater professional, because it attests to a depth and breadth of experience and knowledge regarding groundwater," said Kathy Butcher, NGWA director of learning and knowledge. "Also, it demonstrates the designee's commitment to ongoing learning. The CGWP designation provides an incentive for the professional to grow and an incentive to the client to do business with that professional."
The CGWP designation may be of particular interest to professionals who: