If you want to get ahead in the irrigation business, get certified. It's a way to tell customers and peers that you know how to get the job done right.
IA's well-respected Select Certified program has set the bar for irrigation professionals since 1983. Today, the program includes seven different credentials that can help you take your career to the next level.
Increase Job Opportunities
Who gets the job? More and more projects require certified irrigation professionals. Whether you're bidding on new jobs, seeking new responsibilities or building new business, certification helps open doors to new opportunities.
Become an EPA Water Sense Partner
Certified irrigation contractors, landscape irrigation designers, and golf and landscape irrigation auditors qualify to become EPA Water Sense partners.
Demonstrate Your Commitment
Certified irrigation professionals are committed to managing water efficiently. Committed to keeping current with the latest techniques and technology. And committed to investing in themselves by upgrading their knowledge and skills.
Certification is more than just initials after your name. It takes experience and knowledge, time and money. But the rewards - personal and professional - are substantial.