Exam takers must make their own scheduling arrangements to have exams proctored through a local librarian, university testing center, tech school testing center, or at the MREA offices in Custer, WI.
All participants in the MREA Site Assessor Certificate Program have read and will attest to the following Code of Ethics. The Code of Ethics will be made available to all customers and clients.
Read frequently asked questions by students in the MREA Professional Certificate Program.
To maintain your listing on the MREA Site Assessor Directory, certificate holders must submit 24 hours of CECs and a $75 fee every three years.
Learn about the classes, conferences, workshops or seminars you can attend to earn continuing education credits and maintain an active status in the MREA Professional Certificate Program.
MREA encourages all their site assessor certificate holders to use the appropriate logo(s) in the marketing of their businesses. Learn more about our policies here.
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