SWSPCP President Email Ingeborg Hegemann
SWSPCP Immediate Past President Email Robert D. Shannon, Ph.D., PWS
Certification Review Chair Email Patrick M. Frost, PWS
Certification Renewal Chair Email Harold Jones, PWS
Professional Short Course Pre-Approval Panel, Chair Email
The Society of Wetland
Scientists Professional Certification Program, serving the publics need to identify
qualified individuals to assess and manage the Nations resources.
This program is intended to meet the needs of professional ecologists,
hydrologists, soil scientists, educators, agency professionals, consultants, and others
who practice wetland science.
PWS Seal The SWSPCP is proud to announce that we have developed a new Seal for use by Professional Wetland Scientists. We have developed this new seal in response to PWSs wanting a way to show their level of certification on delineations, reports, and mitigation. The new seal, designed by Board Member R. Harold Jones, is a great idea for PWSs to showcase their certification and skill level. The seal is completely unique to each individuals PWS. It contains the SWSPCP logo, the phrase "Professional Wetland Scientist", the individual's name, and PWS number. Click Here to download the order form.
Member Testimonials The PWS program is very special, in the fact that it upholds strong ethical values and it shows support for the hard working wetland professionals.
- Key McMurry, Owner, Key Environmental Solutions
The Society of Wetland Scientists was
formed to further non-profit scientific and educational objectives related to wetland
science, thus encouraging and strengthening professional standards in all activities
related to wetland science. The Society deleloped this program for certification of
wetland science training and experience as a separate not-for-profit corporation. Learn
more at www.sws.org.
The SWS Professional Certification Program is accredited by the Council of Engineering and Science Specialty Boards. The Council of Engineering and Scientific Specialty Boards (CESB) is an independent, voluntary membership body created for its member organizations who recognize, through specialty certification, the expertise of individuals practicing in engineering and related fields. Its creation on April 24, 1990 was the culmination of organizing work by volunteers from among the 130 attendees (23 organizations represented) who participated in the April 1988 National Conference on Engineering Specialty Certification. Learn more at www.cesb.org.