The National Green Infrastructure Certification Program (NGICP) sets national certification standards for green infrastructure construction, inspection, and maintenance workers. Successful implementation of green infrastructure requires access to adequately skilled workforce. By underscoring your competency in construction, inspection, and maintenance, certification increases your competitiveness in the job market, and provides a pathway to higher paying positions. In coordination with Boston Water and Sewer Commission, Water Environment Federation (WEF) will be providing a combined NGICP exam training and credential exam on July 23-27, 2018 in Boston, MA with an introductory fee of $700.
NGICP EXAM TRAINING and EXAM REGISTRATION
Dates: July 23-27, 2018
Location: Boston, MA
Green infrastructure (GI) has become a critical component to comprehensive storm water management. However, successful implementation of green infrastructure requires access to adequately skilled workforce available to perform the installation, inspection, and maintenance tasks.
By underscoring your competency in these areas, certification increases your competitiveness in the job market, and provides a pathway to higher paying positions.
The benefits of becoming certified by the NGICP include:
• Expansion of your skills and knowledge of building, inspecting and maintaining GI systems
• Greater awareness of GI career opportunities
• Proof of your commitment to supporting sustainable performance of GI practices
• Exposure to employers looking to hire skilled GI workers through the NGICP Certification Database
In collaboration with the Boston Water & Sewer Commission, the Water Environment Federation (WEF) will be providing a combined NGICP exam training (required) and credential exam on July 23-27 in Boston, MA with an introductory fee of $700.
Monday, July 23rd 8:00am-5:00pm
Tuesday, July 24th 8:00am-5:00pm
Wednesday, July 25th 8:00am-5:00pm
Thursday, July 26th 8:00am-5:00pm
Friday, July 27th 8:00am – 11:00am
Friday, July 27th 12:30pm-4:15pm
Fee for this workshop and exam is $700 ($500 covers the workshop and $200 covers the exam).
Training and Exam Location
Boston Water & Sewer Commission
980 Harrison Avenue
Boston, MA 02119
NGICP certification requires a high school diploma (or equivalent) and completion of the exam training course. Detailed information is provided in the registration page.
The exam is currently administered as a paper-and-pencil test. Results are usually available within 45 days.
Contact NGICP at NGICP@wef