Two Important Notices About Continuing Education Credits

Proof of CECs Earned: Effective October 1, 2024

Effective October 1, 2024, credential holders will now be required to show proof of all CECs earned by uploading supporting documentation – certificate of attendance demonstrating credits earned – into the recertification portal.

Using Inter Scorer Reliability Credits For Recertification: Effective January 1, 2025

Recertifying RPSGT and CCSH credential holders will no longer be permitted to use ISR CECs for all required 50 continuing education credits. Beginning January 1, 2025, credential holders will be permitted to use a maximum of 35 ISR credits per recertification cycle.

Recertification, the process through which sleep health specialists retain their credential, is a critical component to promoting and demonstrating continued competency in the sleep health technology profession. Limiting ISR credits to 35 per recertification cycle will ensure that credential holders are obtaining a variety of continuing education credits, thereby demonstrating they’re accomplished professionals committed to developing their skills, staying on top of industry changes and trends, while furthering their knowledge.

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