Retired Certified members of the NACC will need to continue the process for renewal of certification every five years to remain certified. A Retired Certified may be eligible to maintain their certification in retirement utilizing the “reduced requirements” renewal method. The process allows eligible members to keep their certification in retirement years without the need to report education hours, complete a peer review, or seek endorsement.
A Retired Certified member may be eligible to complete the renewal process utilizing the “Reduced Requirements Renewal” if they meet the following criteria:
- Hold a retired certified NACC membership
- Have been certified for at least five years, and
- Have successfully engaged in at least one five-year renewal of certification
Certification Maintenance Options for Those Due for Renewal in 2023