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Why Use Us as Your Mentor?

The Modular Education Program (MEP) is designed to work best with a member of your staff as a mentor.  But, for the times there is no one available or when members of your team simply do not have the time, Moti-Vitality can help.  We will provide weekly homework assignments and all of the resources and tools necessary for a successful & completed learning experience.  Plus, as a mentor, we will not simply “rubber stamp” the completed learning activities.  Rather, we will guide the student through the activities with tips and feedback resulting in a successful completion of the MEP and superb preparation for the WQA Certification exam. To date, Moti-Vitality has played a role in mentoring hundreds of water treatment professionals towards their goal of receiving their WQA certification(s).

Sign Up For Moti-Vitality’s MEP Basics, Fundamentals, and Design Mentoring Programs

Click Here to Learn About Our CWS Advanced Courses

You Must Register for WQA’s MEP Program before Signing Up for Moti-Vitality’s Mentoring Program.

Download & Complete the Registration Form and Return it to WQA to Register

Which Module Can We Help You With?

  • MEP Basics Course
    • Must be completed before any other course is taken
    • Required for Certified Water Specialist, Certified Water Representative, and Certified Installer certifications.
  • MEP Fundamentals Course
    • Must complete the Basics Course first
    • Required for Certified Water Specialist, Certified Water Representative, and Certified Installer certifications.
  • MEP Design Course
    • Must complete the Basics and Fundamentals Course first
    • For Certified Water Specialist (CWS) Path. Recommended for professionals selling and configuring treatment equipment and multistage treatment trains for residential problem water applications.
  • MEP Certified Water Treatment Representative (Coming Soon)
    • Must complete the Basics and Fundamentals Course first
    • For CWR (Certified Water Treatment Representative) Path. Recommended for professionals selling and configuring treatment options for aesthetic contaminants.
  • MEP Certified Installer (Coming Soon)
    • Must complete the Basics and Fundamentals Course first
    • For CI (Certified Installer) Path. For professionals placing POE and POU water treatment in residences. Focuses on safe installation, code compliance, and general water treatment knowledge.

Learn more about WQA Certifications at WQA.org. 

It is important to note that Moti-Vitality is not part of WQA and we do not work for WQA.  However, we do strongly support the organization and the certification program.  We believe that the improvements in the WQA certification program will raise the education and integrity of our industry.

It is our goal to assist you and your team in pursuing your certification in the most professional and practical way.

In the past we offered a 15 week webinar course designed to take the academics in the certification study materials and make them easy to understand.  We are honored to have assisted hundreds of industry members with their successful certification efforts.  The prerecorded webinars are still available as are the hundreds of sample quiz questions we have written to help prepare students for the CWS Exam.  But now we are also offering our services as a professional mentor for the new modular education program.

Listen Now: An interview with Dr. Tanya Lubner, Professional Certification and Training Director, Water Quality Association.

Dr. Lubner discusses the Modular Education Programthe benefits of becoming WQA-certified, and the role of the mentor in the certification process.

Dr. Tanya Lubner has served as WQA’s director of Professional Certification & Training since 2005. In this role, she oversees the development of new program areas, creation of educational materials and examinations. She holds a doctorate in inorganic chemistry from the University of Wyoming.