Benefits of Certification

Earning an ISA credential has many benefits. A few of the major benefits are listed below.

  • Certification builds an individual’s self-image. By studying for and passing the exam, individuals reaffirm to themselves and their peers a thorough knowledge and dedication to arboriculture.

  • Certification affords the public and those in government the opportunity to make an informed selection of services based on the knowledge and advanced training demonstrated by an ISA Certification.

  • The process of becoming ISA Certified and maintaining the designation provides incentives to the individual to continue his or her ongoing professional development.

  • Certification is a tool to help employers in both training their personnel and selecting new employees.

  • Holding an ISA credential can lead to an increase in income and promote new opportunities in professional advancement.

  • Certification is a tool used to set oneself apart from the competition and gain a competitive edge in today’s economy.

  • Certifications, sometime more than price, can be a deciding factor when multiple individuals bid for the same job. If you want the job done right, hire the right people!

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