Certification Renewal Fees

Certification Renewal Fees

from 50.00

To ensure ongoing competency and to maintain a high standard as a NFPA certified professional, every NFPA credential is reviewed on an annual basis. The NFPA accepts recertification applications up to the certification expiration date. If the recertification application is received 30 or more days after the expiration date a $30 late fee will be imposed. The NFPA office reviews all recertification packets utilizing the check list below:

  • complete certification renewal application
  • payment included
  • photocopy of your NFPA certificate
  • the correct number of continuing education credits
  • copies of materials or completion of workshop attended
  • continuing education credits supplied by approved providers
  • copy of current CPR certification
  • petition application included if applicable

A total of 10 approved continuing education credit (CEC) hours must be acquired annually to renew your certification. If you are certified in two or more credentials, you will only need a total of 10 CEC’s. A total of 4 of your 10 required CEC’s must be NFPA workshops or correspondence courses. You may also obtain CEC’s through other approved workshops. You must submit a petition application form for approval. If you accumulate more than the required (10) CEC’s, those credits are not applicable toward a future certificate.

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