HOW DO I RECERTIFY?. Submitting a renewal application that won’t be returned!. Before you fill out the renewal form: Gather all documentation. Use binders, folders, color coded tabs, etc. to help you organize and retain your documents.
renewal application that won’t be returned!
Gather all documentation.
Use binders, folders, color coded tabs, etc. to help you organize and retain your documents.
Keep this binder in a safe place so you will always know where this information is.
Certificates (must including the following information)
The division or job title of the person conducting the training.
The name of the person receiving the training.
The date(s) of the training.
Number of training hours conducted.
(Specific documentation must apply to an individual person or persons and the required training.)
Non-Standard TrainingStep One
Certification year is one calendar year from the original issue date of your certification.
If my certification was issued on 08/07/2002, documentation is needed starting from 08/07/2002 until re-certification date of 08/01/2007.
Certification Year One – 08/07/2002-08/06/2003
Certification Year Two – 08/07/2003-08/06/2004
Certification Year Three – 08/07/2004-08/06/2005
Certification Year Four – 08/07/2005-08/06/2006
Certification Year Five – 08/07/2006-08/01/2007
NOTE: All certifications expire on the 1st of the month.
Original issue date and expiration date are found on the bottom right corner of your CTP/M certificate.
See examples on the next slides.Step Two
The burden of proof regarding inclusion of this type of training in an agency’s procurement plan lies on the agency and NOT CPA.
As of September 1, 2006, instructor credit will be counted on a 1 hour of instruction/1 credit hour ratio. Prior to that date, instructor credit was counted as 1 hour of instruction/½ credit hour. Also as of September 1, 2006, there is no limit placed on the number of CE hours an individual can earn in this category.