Drew Rayburn, Jagruti Rathod, Keith MacCallum
Discover the benefits of SER’s Certified Ecological Restoration Practitioner (CERP) program by hearing from a panel of restoration practitioner experts certified through the program. The panel discussion is followed by a Q&A with our certified experts. If you’re interested in applying for CERP or would like to learn more about the program watch the webinar above. SER’s Certified Ecological Restoration Practitioner (CERP) program encourages a high professional standard for those who are designing, implementing, overseeing, and monitoring ecological restoration projects throughout the world. The program guarantees that practitioners meet a set of minimum requirements for restoration and ecological knowledge, on-the-ground practical experience, and an understanding of restoration principles and standards. The CERP program also offers a CERP-In-Training certification for those who don’t quite meet all of the requirements of a full CERP certification, and is ideal for new graduates of restoration programs and professionals who are newer to the field of ecological restoration. Note: this webinar is not eligible for CERP CECs.