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Board Certification

Tell the World You are Board Certified in Your Specialty

Today's complex engineering projects demand more than just a general knowledge of engineering practice - they require the special expertise that is gained only through years of experience.

If you are a licensed engineer with at least eight years of full-time environmental engineering experience, the next logical step in your career development is to be board-certified in your specialty and to become a Board Certified Environmental Engineer (BCEE).

If you are an environmental scientist with at least eight years of full-time environmental science experience, the next logical step in your career development is to be board-certified in your specialty and to become a Board Certified Environmental Scientist (BCES).

The BCEE, BCEEM*, and BCES titles are internationally recognized as premium credentials that are awarded to experienced professionals who have demonstrated expertise in one or more areas of specialization.

*Environmental engineers without a P.E. License (BCEEM) may be certified through Eminence.

Some of the benefits of becoming Board Certified include:

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MAY

16

2016

AAEES's 7th Annual Workshop (with TCHs, PDHs and CEUs); includes breakfast and/or lunch at NJWEA's Conference, Atlantic City, NJ: For registration or exhibitor information, visit www.njwea.org.

MAY

17

2016

AAEES's 8th Annual Breakfast at NJWEA's Conference. For registration or exhibitor information, visit www.njwea.org.

Topic of the workshop will be "Nutrient Recovery". Details to be announced.

JUN

21

2016

AAEES/AWWA Luncheon Presentation.

Guest Speaker: Dr. Vernon L. Snoeyink. Topic: Water Quality Deterioration and Excessive Precipitation in Distribution Systems. Click here to register.



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