Recertification and Reinstatement Options

Once you are 6 months away from your RPSGT or CCSH credential’s expiration date, you are eligible to apply for Recertification. If your credential has expired, you will be required to apply for Reinstatement. We have several different renewal options depending on when your credential expires/ has expired:

Option 1: Your credential is 6 months or less away from expiring, and you plan to recertify by submitting 50.00 CEC’s.

Option 2: Your credential is less than 90 days expired.

Option 3: Your credential is more than 90 days expired, but less than a year expired.

Option 4: Your credential is 6 months or less away from expiring, and you plan to recertify by retaking and passing the exam.

Option 5: Your credential is more than 90 days expired, but less than 5 years expired, and you need an Extension of Credits to be able to reinstate.  Once you have earned the necessary credits within the 90 day period, you must then apply for Reinstatement through Option 2 or 6.

Option 6: Your credential is more than a year expired, but less than 5 years expired.

For renewal option details, please visit our Recertification Guidelines.
Please note that if you are more than 5 years expired, you are now considered a New Candidate and must apply as one by clicking here, forfeiting your old credential #.

News
Important A-STEP Self Study Program Requirements Clarification Important Update to CRCE Credits Effective 9/1/2018 Effective May 1 – New RPSGT and CPSGT Exam Blueprints
Etc: