AWS is taking the following measures in response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak:
AWS is now allowing off-site certification to occur where certain conditions are met. Please refer to the following interim policy documents for guidance:
- Covid-19 Initial Cert Interim Offsite Policy (valid from 1 January 2021)
- Covid-19 Recert Interim Offsite Policy (valid from 1 January 2021)
This will allow us to continue to serve our Members and other stakeholders while remaining consistent with the current AWS Certification Requirements.
We are continuously monitoring and reviewing the situation and will keep you updated with the latest developments.
If you are an existing AWS certified site you should contact your certification body to discuss further, or contact us.
Due to the travel restrictions imposed by COVID-19, we are enabling AWS Training partners to run online versions of the AWS System Training until 30 June 2021. By following the accredited online course and completing the relevant exams and requirements, participants will be able to complete the AWS System Training and join the AWS Professional Credentialing system.
To find out about upcoming trainings, visit our AWS Standard System training page.
In these challenging times, the importance of our global community of water stewards has never been greater.
We know that many of our members, large and small, are contributing to the essential needs of the communities who are battling COVID-19.
Leadership shown by members of the AWS community may contribute to positive change coming out of this crisis. We all hope that our future is one in which the world cares for water for the benefit of all.
AWS would like to recogise and leverage contributions made by the water stewardship community. If you have any learnings or initiatives that you feel we can help amplify or contribute to, or if you are seeking help in your activities through collaboration with other members, please contact: Scott McCready, AWS Director of Outreach & Engagment, email@example.com