Certification has become increasingly important in the ergonomics/human factors practitioner field. Many employers seek to hire a Certified Professional Ergonomist, knowing that the job candidate has a recognized baseline of knowledge and competence. In a crowded field of practitioners, Board certified individuals distinguish themselves from others.
A professional certification credential demonstrates that an individual has met a high level of expertise, professional knowledge, and experience in the field of ergonomics/human factors to employers, clients, and peers. Certification signifies a commitment to continued excellence in professional practice. It builds professional credibility and trust, helps to protect consumers, and validates quality expertise with those outside the profession.
Certification Bodies with IEA Endorsement