At the CREE Council meeting of late November 20 new candidates were assessed positively and became Eur.Erg. Next. 48 applications for prolongation were granted positively.
A special session was held to inform conference delegates about the benefits of being a Eur.Erg.
In the last Council Meeting held in Poznan, Poland, 14 new candidates received their certification as Eur.Erg. and 26 Eur.Erg.s prolonged their certification.
1. Education: Three years at university level, at least one of which is dedicated to ergonomics.
2. Supervised training: At least one year.
3. Professional experience: Two years following supervised training.
The totle European Ergonomist (Eur.Erg.) will be granted to a candidate who provides satisfactory evidence of all three components.