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In order to maintain the Certified Recognition Professional® (CRP) designation, those who are CRP graduates must recertify every three years. Recertification may be obtained by earning a combination of 30 points (see below).
Submit your credits and payment.
The objectives of recertification are to be able to:
CRP Recertification Application Form (Online)
Don't want to apply online? Fill out the PDF recertification form.
The process is to earn and record points in each of two categories – professional activities and professional development. Graduates enter the points on their transcript page by entering the date earned, description of the activity, and number of points earned. The transcript page shows accumulated points for each category, recertification date, total points needed and a summation of points earned to date.
The recertification fee is $150 for each 3-year cycle, and this is paid at the time of recertification.
While the following lists are quite comprehensive, they are not intended to be the only ways to earn points. Graduates are encouraged to use these as guidelines, and questions may be directed to Jessica at email@example.com.
1 credit = 1 hour of participation or 2 credits for 1 year of professional organization membership
10 credits maximum per year – 30 total credits needed over 3-year period to apply for recertification
Please note – these are SUGGESTIONS only!
Benefits of CRP Recertification