I have received an Invitation to Connect as a Plant Operator

I have received an Invitation to Connect as a Plant Operator

If you have received an invitation to connect as a Plant Operator it means that a plant owner in Aquipa requires you to connect with them so that you can be booked for work with their plant.

If you don't have an Aquipa account your email invitation will prompt you to begin the account creation process so you can connect with the plant owner. Follow the prompts through the process that will include:
  1. Creating an account
  2. Confirm that you accept the invitation to connect with the plant owner
  3. Confirm the competencies that you currently hold
The competency section may have competencies already ticked. This is usually because the plant owner has started the process for you, so make sure you submit an accurate confirmation of your competencies. The competencies ticked and current for you will determine which plant you can be booked for work with.

If you already have an account in Aquipa, you can follow the prompts in your notification and you will see a banner at the top of your Aquipa account when logged in

  1. Click the Add Competencies button to accept the invitation and confirm your competencies
  2. Submit you competency confirmation for review by the plant owner
  3. Once accepted you become eligible to be booked for work 

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