Computer-based testing gives public works professionals new flexibility
The Kansas City,Mo.-based American Public Works Association (APWA) now offers computer-based testing for Certified Public Fleet Professional and Certified Public Infrastructure Inspection exams. Beginning March 16, the new format will allow public works professionals to take the exam within a two-week testing block,and to receive their scores immediately.
“New testing options will allow greater flexibility for fleet and infrastructure inspection professionals working to achieve certification while maintaining excellent public works services in their communities,” APWA President Noel Thompson said in a statement. More than 170 testing centers across the country will offer the computer-based exams, reducing the amount of travel and cost for certification applicants.
Computer-based testing locations are available at www.goamp.com/displayTCList.aspx?pExamID=21105.