Training Policy

Because of its third-party status as an independent provider of certification, the National Wireless Safety Alliance (NWSA) does not offer training. Third-party providers of services are generally prohibited from offering any related service because of a potential conflict of interest in the outcome of the certification process.

Nevertheless, NWSA considers training to be vital to its goal of improving safety in the workplace. Indeed, one of its principal aims has been to stimulate the recognition for the need for professional instruction in the knowledge and skills that define worker competency.

NWSA recommends that any candidate wishing to prepare for the NWSA certification exam, and any instructor wishing to provide training for the NWSA certification exam, utilize the study materials listed in the Candidate Handbook and carefully review the Knowledge Areas listed there.

NWSA also strongly urges employers and candidates seeking training to submit the NWSA Knowledge Areas to any training firm they may consider utilizing to ensure their curriculum matches the knowledge areas tested on the NWSA exam.

While NWSA is unable to recommend or endorse any particular training company, we have prepared a list of firms that have indicated they offer preparatory training for the NWSA certification exams.

Companies and organizations who wish to be listed as offering training services to the public should download, complete, and return the NWSA Application to Be Listed as a Training Provider.