IFPS Announces Certification Accommodations

In response to COVID-19, the International Fluid Power Society (IFPS) has implemented some changes to accommodate those who are seeking fluid power certification, looking to re-certify or those who are in need of study materials.

New – Free Online Certification Study Groups – Every Tuesday and Thursday, an IFPS Accredited Instructor will lead a one-hour, free, online study group for one to two areas in the Hydraulic Specialist and Pneumatic Specialist Certification Study Manuals. Participants will need a study manual (print or pdf) to participate properly.

Certifications expiring in 2020? – The IFPS will grant six-month grace periods for re-certifications.

Upcoming web seminars – The IFPS is waiving the registration fee for all upcoming web seminars.

Certification test candidates –  The IFPS will waive all reschedule fees until December 31, 2020.

For further details and contact information, click here for a message from Donna Pollander, IFPS Executive Director.

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