Certification and Licensure
ISA certification provides an objective, third-party assessment and confirmation of a person’s skills, and gives them the opportunity to stand out from the crowd and be recognized.
Certification is a formal recognition of individuals who have demonstrated proficiency within, and comprehension of, a specialized body of knowledge at a particular point in time. Generally, qualification criteria for such programs include specific requirements of education, experience, and examination. Certification is not a license to practice.
ISA has developed several certificate programs designed to increase knowledge and awareness of ISA’s industry-vital safety and cybersecurity standards.