Professional Certification Committee

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The Professional Certification and Training Committee provides guidance on professional certification policies and educational topics for the training and certification programs offered to the industry. The committee helps to bring collective knowledge to the industry to improve the industry as a whole.

Committee Charges:

  1. Manage the tasks of WQA relating to education, professional certification, seminars and other information in support of members needs (does not include data collection for matters relative to market development, consumers or trade shows)
  2. Provide semi-annual reports to the Board of Governors

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We’re Looking For

* Industry members passionate about certification and the benefits it provides the industry

* Individuals with the ability to speak to the technical training needs of industry personnel for the various job roles (sales, treatment system configuration, installation, service)

* Individuals with the ability to provide insight on existing training processes used in dealerships and by manufacturers

* Individuals with the ability to offer technical guidance on accuracy and timeliness of existing WQA materials

* First-hand familiarity with WQA’s Professional Certification and Education programs

* WQA certification is not a requirement

Meeting Frequency

In Person: WQA Convention & Exposition, WQA Mid-Year Leadership Conference

Virtual: Approximately once every 2 months

Staff Liaison: Professional Certification & Training Director Tanya Lubner, PhD

​Visit wqa.org/volunteer for information on signing up to serve on a WQA committee or advisory council.