On time renewal fee is prior to your Certification expiration date. Must have hours already ready or prior to renewing or on the same order as the last order for hours.
Late Certification renewal fee is after certification has expired. Candidate has up to a year to complete their requirements with a late re-certification fee and qualifications are renewed from the expiration date for two years.
Required Information for Certification Renewal
- 16.0 HRs of CECs; must be with WaterART Fitness (either home study or onsite/Virtual education).
- In order for your Certification(s) to be valid, you must have a valid CPR and/or Life-guarding emergency safety qualifications (everything is acceptable). We recommend checking with your employer for their specifications on this as many employers demand advanced qualifications. Emergency Safety diplomas do not need to be submitted;however, candidate is required to keep these up themselves.
- You may log in using your email address and either reset your password (by clicking lost password) or enter in your password.
Information should be emailed to WaterART Fitness prior to your renewal date. You may also send hard copies to our office.
For liability purposes, All WaterART Certified Instructor/Trainer/Specialist must complete one of the following every two (2) years:
Option #1) 16.0 CEC hours (via re-certification weekends 16.0 hrs, day workshops 4.0-8.0 hrs); OR complete DVD/Quizzes (each disc worth 2.0 hrs); OR by completing non WaterART Virtual programs (land or water). Note: if you take all 16.0 CECs in one session – you will receive a complimentary renewal; however, if hours are accumulated you will have to pay a *Service Fee* or renewal fee to let us know that you have completed all hours (and then we can review)
Option #2) Complete another level of WaterART Certification, prior to your certification(s) expiration date. All certifications update to the newest passing date. If certification renewal is late, late fees apply. Please review examination process as they are different in that comprehensive programs require both parts of an exam (theory& practical) versus Specialty exams require only one part of the exam to be completed when certified.