NEW from NEHA! Online REHS/RS Credential Review Course

NEHA’s all-new 14-module online review course is designed to help candidates prepare for the NEHA Registered Environmental Health Specialist/Registered Sanitarian (REHS/RS) credential exam. Participants are expected to have a solid foundation of environmental health knowledge and training equal to the eligibility requirements to sit for the REHS/RS credential exam.

Participants in this online class are expected to have sufficient knowledge in each of the exam’s 14 areas, and should meet the eligibility requirements to sit for the REHS/RS credential exam. This course alone is not enough to pass the credential exam. The online class will cover exam content areas as described in the job task analysis for this credential. The Candidate Information Brochure for the REHS/RS credential contains an exam description and content outline for interested candidates.

During this online course, led and facilitated by instructor Dr. Hall, participants will be introduced to new topic areas each week, take knowledge assessments, and join in participant/instructor discussion groups in each of the topic areas. Each module will contain assessments and knowledge checks, as well as a quiz at the end.

This online course will begin August 21st and run through the end of November. The capacity for this course is 30 students.

Cost: $499 Members, $599 Non-Members.

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Instructor Information

Dr. Hall is an Assistant Professor in the Environmental Health Program in the School of Health Sciences, College of Health and Human Sciences, Western Carolina University. Dr. Hall received a Bachelor’s degree in Ecology and Environmental Biology from Appalachian State University and PhD in Environmental Health Sciences from East Tennessee State University. Currently, Dr. Hall teaches courses such as water quality control, food sanitation and protection, and institutional/residential environment health and safety. Her research interests include the evaluation, development, and modeling of fecal pollution and source indicators in surface water for the development of microbial risk assessment models.

Recommended for purchase if taking the online course:


REHS/RS Study Guide

Exam Information

Individuals may apply for the REHS/RS credential by submitting an application. More information on the REHS/RS credential and exam may be found on our website.