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Novice or veteran solid waste professional, achieve the goals you set for yourself with SWANA Training and Certification. Need help working smarter, incorporating best practices and new technologies, managing and leading better? SWANA can help.

Access First-Class Training

Have room to improve or learn something new? Our first-class training in core disciplines of the solid waste industry equips you with the tools, knowledge, and insight you need to ensure your operations and team members work efficiently and safely. We help you build a strong skill set of abilities, qualities, and experiences you can apply to perform better, become an expert in a certain topic, and progress in your career.

Spending time on improving your skills can help you achieve personal career goals, such as earning a promotion, improving your stature as a solid waste professional, and expanding your job opportunities in the industry.

Learn how you like to learn, at your pace, at your convenience. SWANA offers its first-class training through a variety of ways—international conferences, regional training centers, chapter events, a Training@Work program—and in various formats, including in-person training, live and recorded webinars, and OnDemand courses.

Well-trained teams provide organizations a competitive edge, minimize risks by following best practices, are more creative and motivated. Count on SWANA to help you strengthen your team.

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Get SWANA Certified

Gain a competitive advantage. Distinguish yourself among your peers and in the industry through SWANA Certification. Recognized by several states as the standard for solid waste professionals, SWANA Certification identifies you as an asset within the industry and as a leader among your peers.

Check out upcoming SWANA training events

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The debriefings are great!

“…really helps to hear what everyone else is doing and getting their feedback on what does and doesn’t work for them and why.”

– Kelly Vrooman County of Wellington, Ontario, Canada