Why Your Employees Need To Get Certified

In a competitive market, success depends on persuading potential clients that your company can do it better and more cost-effectively than anyone else. You have plenty of experience, good references and a solid reputation, but there’s only one way to ensure that potential clients will know that you are among the elite in your industry: International Fluid Power Society (IFPS) Certification.

Employers, customers, and employees in the fluid power industry all benefit from IFPS certification. IFPS certifies hundreds of fluid power professionals each year and serves as the industry standard for assessing the knowledge and skill level of individuals in the fluid power industry. IFPS certification can provide you with a safe, more efficient workforce. IFPS Certifications are NAM-Endorsed Certifications*

In short, when clients work with IFPS certified individuals, they are assured of

  • a more highly skilled workforce
  • improved safety
  • improved reliability
  • greater efficiency
  • reduced liability
  • decreased environmental impact

Visit www.ifps.org or call (800) 308-6005 to learn more about how IFPS certification can help your bottom line.

*The Manufacturing Institute is working with manufacturing certification organizations who are the world market leaders in skills certification programs. This collaborative effort resulted in an organization of the certification programs, and the credentials they offer, into a system of “stackable credentials” that can be awarded in post-secondary education.

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