Requirements for Programs:
All course fees include the study manual, testing materials, and exams.
Basic math skills, and use of a ruler and calculator are needed for susseccful completion of any certification program. Applicants must be able to lift 50 lbs. If you have a disability and require special accommodations, please contact the Certification Office for further information on how to proceed immediately upon registration.
Should a session not meet the minimum enrollment of 15 candidates, you may be contacted to reschedule to a new date and location.
YOUR PLACE IN A SESSION IS NOT RESERVED UNTIL PAYMENT HAS BEEN RECEIVED.
You will be emailed (or mailed, upon request) the course instructions/directions letter approximately two weeks prior to the start of the session.
Courses for 2020 will be listed in November. Please check back for updates to the schedule.
If Your Preferred Session Date Is Sold Out - Get on Our Waitlist:
Please sign up for a session you can attend that is not full. The Chapter has a waitlist for sessions that are listed as Session Full, as occasional cancellations occur and space may become available.
Click the "Join Waitlist" link appearing directly under the Session Full designation to send an email requesting placement on the waitlist for that session. The Certification Office will contact you if a space becomes available.
PLEASE READ CANCELLATION/RESCHEDULING POLICY CAREFULLY ON THE FAQ PAGE.
Frequently Asked Questions
The FAQ webpage about the Certification Program answers many common questions. Click here
Certification Facility Locations
For a map of the Chapter's 18 certification program facilities, click here.
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