Certified Environmental, Safety and Health Trainer
Quick Jumps: Eligibility and Examination
The Certified Environmental, Safety and Health Trainer
The Certified Environmental, Safety & Health Trainer (CET) is a certification held by those with experience and expertise in the developing, designing, and delivering safety, health and environmental training.
- Measures an individual’s knowledge of the theory and practice of basic adult education
- Confirms knowledge and experience in the SH&E specialty area(s) in which they teach
To retain the CET certification, individuals must:
- Pay an annual renewal fee
- Meet Recertification requirements
The Certified Environmental, Safety and Health Trainer (CET) certification is accredited by the Council of Engineering and Scientific Specialty Boards (CESB).
Eligibility and Examination
To be eligible for the CET, candidates must have a high school diploma or GED, hold a BCSP-approved SH&E credential, and have conducted at least 270 delivery hours of teaching or training in any SH&E specialty.
To achieve the CET certification a candidate must meet all of the eligibility requirements and pass the examination.
The eligibility period to take the CET examination is one (1) year from the application approval date.
CET Review and Study Sources
Candidates preparing for the CET examination may use information about the examination's build as a guide to study material. Of particular interest are the CET Examination Blueprint and the CET Examination References. Additionally, BCSP has created a Library of Safety Practice containing the most up-to-date source material for every domain on the exams.