Verify A Credential
An Important Message for Certified Professionals Whose
Credentials are Coming Due for Recertification
We are well aware that trainings are being canceled or postponed during this health emergency situation which may result in difficulties recertifying credentials on or before expiration dates. You have up to one year beyond your expiration date to recertify your credential so there is no need to request an extension or waiver. Further, DCB will waive the extra lapsed fee for any certified professional who is late recertifying their credential. When you are able, you will simply recertify as normal. Your current expiration date cannot be extended so your credential will lapse if you are unable to recertify on or before the expiration date. However, you can still recertify your lapsed credential up to one year beyond your expiration date. You may use online trainings for some or all of your recertification hours.
DATE: September 27, 2022 - 9:00am-12:00 |
3 hours of approved education
LOCATION: Online with Zoom
PRESENTER: Katrin Fieser, MSW, CPS, CRS, CFRS
Join the certification board for a 3-hour continuing education training on ethics and professionalism. We will spend time unpacking these terms together. What do they mean when we put them into daily practice? How does professional behavior increase adherence to ethical practice? Why do we require continued education on ethics when many of us have had a ridiculous number of trainings that focus on ethics? We will explore reality-based examples of ethical breaches and the environments and lapses in judgement that may help produce them. Finally, we will talk about ways to improve our professional environments and how we can ensure that we are improving our own ethical and professional conduct.
Professionals have two options to complete the recertification process:
- Complete the Recertification Application online. PLEASE NOTE: You must have an approved account to complete the application online.
- Download and complete the Recertification Application. Education Approval: Click here.
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