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NICET Changing things/ Questions about qualifying for tests

NICET Changing things/ Questions about qualifying for tests

NICET Changing things/ Questions about qualifying for tests

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I'm in a community college fire sprinkler layout program that for the past 25 years, have graduated students with 18 months 'work experience' in the eyes of NICET

Now that they have changed the testing, the school doesn't know if graduates will qualify for the 18 months of work experience upon graduation of the program..

does anyone have any news about this, or whom I could contact to find out if schooling still qualifies for 18 mo work experience in the eyes of NICET?

RE: NICET Changing things/ Questions about qualifying for tests

Try contacting NICET.  They have very good customer service, from my experiences.  I don't know who could be better to ask than them.

Travis Mack
MFP Design, LLC
www.mfpdesign.com
 

RE: NICET Changing things/ Questions about qualifying for tests

That is a very good question. NICET should be able to answer that how ever NICET does not follow up with an strict audit policies.
You should be able to get some sort of answer from them.

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