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WQA shares tips on how to earn credits, including writing a trade magazine article
The Water Quality Assn. (WQA) shared options for earning continuing education credits. WQA's 2017 professional certification cycle will end Sept. 30, 2017.
Report cards with continuing education credit status were recently emailed to all certified personnel. To be eligible for recertification, certified personnel must earn the continuing education credits (CPDs) required by their certification title: 3.0 CPD for CWS & MWS and 2.0 CPD for CI, CST, CWR.
In a recent survey, 88% of certified personnel credit professional certification with improving their confidence in front of customers and 64% report that certification helps them be more competitive in the marketplace.
WQA suggests the following ways to earn continuing education credit: