Course Details

The information on the NREP Practice Examinations will not be present or reflect what will be on any of the Professional NREP Certification Examinations. Remember, the purpose of this assessment is to establish an individuals degree of knowledge and pertinent to conducting the specific activities prescribed by the National Registry of Environmental Professsionals for certification

This is a timed PRACTICE EXAMINATION. You will have exactly 20 minutes from the time you begin to complete the answers to this 20 question PRACTICE EXAMINATION. (1 minute per question). Once PRACTICE EXAMINATION timing begins, it will not be stopped for any reason.

This Course Is Only For Practice Purposes and Does Not Directly Reflect What Specific Questions Will Be Encountered On the Certification Examination. The fee for each exam is $35.00. The list of examinations are listed below.

REM - Registered Environmental Manager is the highest professional/ management level of NREP registration. Printout and refer to the Candidate Information Handbook for the latest and most complete information. An REM candidate should possess the skills and knowledge to coordinate and manage major environmental health and safety (EH&S) projects and programs. This includes environmental auditing, hazardous materials management and transportation, and real estate environmental assessment. The federal government's U.S. Postal Service, National Park Service, U.S. Forest Service; Resolution Trust Corporation, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Dept. of Energy, Amtrak, State of Alabama and other state agencies, as well as many local governments recognize the Registered Environmental Manager (REM) certification.

CES - Certified Environmental Scientist tests for the basic knowledge of most of the environmental sciences, including ecology, chemistry, geology/hydrogeology, toxicology, and biology/microbiology, environmental sciences (including P2P3, pollution control technology, risk assessment & prevention techniques, and occupational hygiene),regulations and definitions - 5%; professional practice and ethics.

RELT - REGISTERED ENVIRONMENTAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGIST is a registration/certification for persons engaged in the laboratory management and/or analysis of environmental samples.

RHCMM - REGISTERED HAZARDOUS and CHEMICAL MATERIALS is a special certification management level. An exam is mandatory. An RHCMM should possess skills and knowledge to coordinate and manage major hazardous material/waste programs.

REPA - REGISTERED ENVIRONMENTAL PROPERTY ASSESSOR is a specialty certification for persons engaged in the inspection and evaluation of environmental risk in real property. The federal government's Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC) recognizes the REPA credentials in bid proposals as do many banks and the U.S. Air Force.

CESM - CERTIFIED ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS MANAGER is designed to credential professionals responsible for developing and implementing environmental management system (EMS) programs for operating facilities in accordance with ISO 14001-type guidelines and principles.

AEP - ASSOCIATE ENVIRONMENTAL PROFESSIONAL is the entry level program of professional environmental certification. It is aimed at those persons beginning their careers as well as those who may not possess a college degree. An exam is mandatory.

CEA - CERTIFIED ENVIRONMENTAL AUDITOR is a specialty certification program to credential environmental professionals conducting environmental systems, compliance and risk audits of operating facilities and environmental service providers.

MAS - Mold Awareness Specialist The purpose of the Mold Awareness Specialist (MAS) exam is to establish an individual's degree of knowledge of basic environmental health of indoor environmental issues and programs.

CIAQM - Certified Indoor Air Quality Manager This important specialty certification tests for an individual's basic knowledge of how to properly sample, analyze, and remediate indoor air quality problems, including molds, fungus, asbestos, radon, sick building syndrome and ventilation system related design matters.

CRCM - Certified Refrigerant Compliance Manager The CRCM designation is a professional credential that recognizes an individual's competence for managing refrigerant compliance within an organization. A CRCM candidate should possess the skills and knowledge to coordinate and manage environmental and safety compliance related to refrigerant purchasing, handling and use, storage, and disposal.

CIET - Certified Industrial Environmental Toxicologist This specialty certification test for an individual's knowledge basic environmental toxicology, industrial hygiene, toxic and hazardous materials.

CESCO - Certified Environmental and Safety Compliance Officer This program is being instituted to fill the urgent need by government and the public for skilled and knowledgeable individuals to work protecting individuals and facilities in construction, government, utilities, business and industry. The purpose of the Certified Environmental and Safety Compliance Officer is to identify persons claiming to understand the basic and most significant laws and regulations pertaining to air, water, wastewater pollution and solid and hazardous wastes, and safety.

The information on the NREP Practice Examinations will not be present or reflect what will be on any ofthe Professional NREP Certification Examinations. Remember, the purpose of this assessment is to establish an individuals degree of knowledge and pertinent to conducting the specific activities prescribed by the National Registry of Environmental Professsionals for certification