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All CPP, PCI, and PSPs must pursue professional development and continuing education in order to maintain their credentials.
What is a "recertification term?"
The recertification term is the period of time between passing the CPP®, PCI®, or PSP® examination, and the deadline for submitting sufficient credits to recertify. Recertification requires earning 60 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits every three years. Keep in mind that recertification terms always expire at the end of the year.
For example, a certificant who passed the exam in April of 2015 would have until December 31, 2018 to submit the full number of CPE credits.
Report Your CPE Activities
Recertification activity reports must be submitted every three years for holders of all ASIS credentials. You can submit credit reporting forms at any time and are encouraged to do so on an annual basis.
Reporting CPEs for Chapter/Region Events
A Chapter/Region has two options to provide confirmation of the CPEs a person earns for attending a qualifying event. Learn How
Questions? View our helpful
"how to" self report CPE guide or contact the ASIS Certification Department.
Recertification Fees - Payable Every Three Years
$70 members; $90 non-members
ASIS will send an invoice after the CPE credit requirement is met.