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What do I have to do to maintain my certification?

Solution To maintain your certification, you must pay your annual Operator dues, and obtain the appropriate number of CEUs for each 2 year reporting period.

During each two year renewal period, operators must complete continuing education appropriate to their work activities and the certificate(s) they hold. Operators holding SWS and/or SWWS certificates only will be expected to complete twelve (12) hours (1.2 CEU’s) of approved post-secondary training directly applicable to their certificates. In the situation where an individual holds both certificates they will be expected to complete 50% (6 hr) of their training in each field.

Operators holding Level I-IV certificates will be expected to complete twenty-four (24) hours (2.4 CEU’s) of approved, appropriate training in each two year renewal period. In the situation where an operator holds more than one certificate they will be expected to complete a minimum of twenty-five (25%) percent (0.6 CEU) of their training in each of the fields of their certificates.
 
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Article ID: 28
Category: Becoming a Certified Operator
Date added: 2012-01-10 16:46:56
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