Watershape University

Essential Classes

Accreditation

Watershape University is accredited by the International Accreditors for Continuing Education and Training (IACET). Watershape University complies with the ANSI/IACET Standard, which is recognized internationally as a standard of excellence in instructional practices. As a result of this accreditation, Watershape University is authorized to issue the IACET CEU.

Essentials Overview

Although Watershape University currently offers over 175 different programs, only some of them are considered essential for the purpose of certifications. These programs include the prefix “Essential” and they are listed below.

Another common term used as a suffix in our program titles is “Workshop” which indicates that the class is more than just a lecture — students “learn by doing” with hands-on practical application. This could be drawing with a pencil or using a laptop to complete drawings or calculations for fluid mechanics analysis. A workshop could also include the manual use of tools to solvent-weld a pipe per Weld-On standards or troubleshooting a heater using a multimeter.

Essentials Summary

Just getting started?

Most students begin with our 3-day pool construction course.

Online On-Demand

Watershape University’s Certified Watershape Foreman (CWF) certification is recognized by the following jurisdictions for continuing education and licensing purposes:

Congratulations!

The International Watershape Institute (IWI) congratulates and welcomes Alexa Dalpino, IWI, to the team. The second-generation builder, located in Northern California, operates a design-build construction, renovation, service and repair company founded 42 years ago.