FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Browse our directory of frequently asked questions (FAQs) to the left for brief answers to many commonly asked questions about attending, exhibiting, registration and housing/travel. 

If you don't see what you need, email us at [email protected].


WWETT Show 2022 will be held at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Conference // February 21 – February 24, 2022

Expo Hall // February 22 – February 24, 2022

No, the WWETT Show is a trade event and only professionals from the industry will be allowed to attend.

During normal show hours, persons 17 years old and under will be admitted only with parental supervision. THIS RULE IS STRICTLY ENFORCED. Persons 18 years old and over must register and pay in order to receive a badge.

Filming/Photography and its activities cannot interfere with exhibit operations nor pedestrian traffic. Photography or videography is permitted only with prior approval of the exhibiting company.

Failure to obtain prior consent may result in removal from the exhibit hall. Filming may only be used for editorial purposes only promoting the WWETT Show, not for resale or profit of any kind.

No recordings of any kind are allowed in the education sessions.

Your attendee eCode is located on your registration confirmation.  It is your RegID number listed under your bar code.  You may also log in using the email address and password setup during the registration process.

If you have misplaced your confirmation email or RegID, please select the ‘forgot password’ from the sign in prompt, or contact registration customer service at [email protected].

Yes. If distancing is required at the time of the show, seating will be spaced according to the convention center guidelines. Restrictions could limit the amount of people allowed into a classroom. It is in your best interest to register for the sessions you would like to attend.

If you select a full education package and you need proof of attendance (Certificate of Completion) for licensing purposes or any other reason, you must preselect your classes.  Selecting classes + getting scanned at the door of your registered classes = certificate of completion.

If you need to change your sessions/classes at the show, please visit our “Add/Change Sessions” desk in the registration area.

Your registration confirmation email will contain a link that can be used to edit your registration.  Or, if you prefer you can swing through the Add/Change Session desk at the attendee registration area at show site to amend your schedule. 

You also have the option to contact the registration help line at 877-978-7322 or by emailing [email protected].

About six weeks post show, you will receive an email from the WWETT Show with instructions when your certificates are ready to download. 

Important note:  In order to receive a certificate of completion, you must be registered for the session you are taking and you must get your badge scanned when you attend each session.

Although the WWETT Show does provide these files to the state agencies, most states still require the individual licensee to report continuing education credits themselves.

Every accrediting body has provided a list of requirements and processes, which is listed on the WWETT Show website. For a complete listing of CEUs and Credits, click on the Education tab. To view details, click on your accrediting body.

Conference sessions at WWETT were submitted to a variety of state licensing organizations for approval. Please check the CEUs and Credits tab on the convention website for a list of approvals.

You will be able to access handouts for your sessions approximately two weeks prior to the show.

Instructions on how to access them will be provided soon.

The 2022 event will be organized in accordance with Informa AllSecure health and safety standards.

The WWETT Show will feature over 88 hand sanitation units, contactless registration, daily temperature screenings, face mask requirements, enhanced cleaning, and more.

For more information, click here. To see the full list of measures we're taking to provide everyone participating with a safe, controlled, and comfortable environment.. and for a list of answers to common questions, check out the Health & Safety FAQs page.