All submittals are subject to review, audit and approval by the ICCP.
Documentation for most submitted activities must be maintained by the member in the event of audit. Documentation for submitted activities must include a certificate, grade report, transcript, or other materials received from the activity sponsor. Copies of published articles must be submitted. Documentation for the authoring of a book is the ISBN, Library of Congress Number or copy of the table of contents and title page.
Sponsoring organizations may submit educational evidence of completion on behalf of certificate holders. In addition, sponsoring organizations can submit materials for pre-approval recommendations.Teaching, lecturing, and presentation documentation must include a topical or course outline, announcement, or other evidence to support recertification credit requests.
Documentation is to be retained by the certificate holder for 120 days after the close of a recertification cycle. The ICCP conducts random audits of certificate holders’ records and requests copies of documentation materials. The copies will not be returned. Recertification credits that cannot be supported with documents will be disallowed.
All Requirements must be completed and submitted prior to the end of the certification period. If a certificate lapses, the individual must retest to earn certification.
Recertification credit that exceeds the 120 credits required initiated during the final six months of a recertification cycle are carried forward to the next recertification cycle.
What to Expect After Reporting
After recertification credits have been submitted and approved, you will receive a transcript of all recertification credits for the current cycle you are in. At any time throughout the year, an active certificate holder can request an official copy of their transcript reflecting a record of recertification credits submitted. There is no charge for up to two transcripts per year. The certificate holder may verify the information appearing on the transcript and contact the ICCP if any corrections are necessary.