You qualify to apply as an Environmental Professional in-training (EPt).
You only need one more year of environmental work experience to upgrade to our Environmental Professional (EP) Designation.
Define your Career Path with EPt
Use the EPt designation to define your career path by documenting your current level of experience using the National Occupational Standards. This will help you identify and develop the required skills to upgrade to EP certification.
How the process works?
Great news, you already know which specializations are right for you! Your next step is to pay for your application fee ($150).
Once you’ve paid, we’ll ask you to identify your environmental specializations, and gather your résumé and three references who can comment on your experience.
Need more detail?
Check out our Application Guide and Frequently Asked Questions.
Learn more about EP Certification:
- EP Certification is based on meeting national standards for education, work experience, and environmental competencies.
- You’ll be certified based on the environmental specializations that you select from 14 diverse areas of expertise. What’s my specialization?
- EPts maintain their membership year after year to reach better job opportunities, an elite professional network, and exclusive member benefits. EPt Benefits & fees
- EPs are a diverse group working across the country to build impressive environmental careers. Are you on the same track? EPs in profile