Irrigation Auditor – Drip
Certification gives you a competitive edge. Become a certified landscape
irrigation auditor with a drip specialty and:
- Add instant credibility with
customers and employers.
- Increase job opportunities.
- Demonstrate your commitment to
efficient water management.
CLIA – Drip Overview
CLIAs with a drip specialization quantify and analyze landscape
water use by drip or low-volume irrigation systems. CLIAs:
- Collect site data.
- Make maintenance
recommendations and perform minor repairs.
- Perform field measurements and
- Determine irrigation uniformity
- Develop a basic irrigation
- Work with a water manager or
property owner to manage overall irrigation water use.
Obtaining a Drip
To become a CLIA with a drip specialty, you must:
- Complete the CLIA program requirements.
- Register for the drip specialty exam.
- Pass the drip specialty exam. The one-hour exam includes 30 equally weighted, multiple-choice questions on drip auditing.
- Comply with the Select
- Remain in good standing. CLIAs with a drip specialty must submit 20 continuing
education units per two-year cycle.
CLIA – Drip Exam Fees
|Landscape Irrigation Auditor – Drip Exam Fee
|Exam Retake Fee
|Annual Renewal Fee (one certification)
|Annual Renewal Fee (two or more certifications)
See the Certification Candidate Handbook for exam policies,
procedures and fees outside of North America.