After a purchase, applicants receive emailed receipts with
instructions to log in and take their exams.
NCWM SERVICE AGENT LICENSING
Many state agencies are responsible for licensing or
registering service agents. In many instances, this includes
administering tests to determine applicants’ understanding of
Handbook 44. The NCWM recently completed basic-level
exams on Handbook 44 — one for scales and one for meters.
The tests will become available after a proctoring system is
operational. Pricing for the scales and meter service agent
tests will assume the same structure as the professional certi;cations to encourage increased membership. Handbook 44 is
complimentary with NCWM membership, which will help
ensure registered service agents have access to handbooks.
The NCWM Professional Development Committee
FOR MORE INFORMATION
recently developed exam proctoring criteria and the
requirements to ensure integrity of the exams and program.
The NCWM will apply soon for accreditation of the NCWM
Professional Certi;cation Program.
Testing, certi;cation and licensure come with expenses,
but the NCWM is focused on providing meaningful, affordable services to members.
For more information about membership, programs and
standards development, visit www.ncwm.net, email info@
ncwm.net or call 402-434-4880.
Don Onwiler is executive director of the
National Conference on Weights and
Measures. He is a former program manager
for the Nebraska Weights and Measures
Division and the 2006 NCWM chairman. Reach him at
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