Certificate of Attendance

WWi and Vocational Rehabilitation Association Canada (VRA Canada) members will be able to receive free unlimited certificates for the time of their membership. If you are a non-member, there is a $15 administration fee. You can obtain certificates from the Work Wellness Institute by attending live webinars or by completing accredited courses.

Live Webinars

Following a live webinar, WWi and VRA Canada members will automatically receive their certificates of attendance. Non-members will be invited to order their certificate of attendance by paying the $15 administration fee, or by becoming a WWi members. Learn more about our WWi membership.

To be eligible for certificates of attendance:

  • You must have attended the webinar for a minimum of 50 minutes
  • You must connect with your device’s audio and visual connection.
  • SHRM members must attend the full 60 minutes of a live webinar to receive 1 PDC.

Accredited Webinar Courses

Following the completion of a recorded webinar course, WWi and VRA Canada members will automatically receive their certificates of completion. Non-members will be invited to order their certificate of completion by paying the $15 administration fee, or by becoming a WWi members. Learn more about our WWi membership.

CERTIFICATE REQUEST PROCESS

We are in the last steps of automating the certification process for members. If you are experiencing technical issues, please contact Erika Seltenreich-Hodgson at [email protected]

Please note that: 

    • Certificates will not be issued if eligibility requirements are not met. Certificates will be sent if:
        • Attendance is verified 
        • Membership is verified OR certificate invoice is paid
    • Non-automated certificates for non-members should be requested at [email protected] and might take up to two weeks to process. 
    • Certificates of attendance are only available for twelve months from the date of the live webinar.

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