Does your CCEP designation expire on March 31, 2020?
In recognition of the current climate, we will be extending recertification for this year only for an additional 90 days. You will now have until June 30, 2020 to recertify your CCEP. Please continue to upload your completed requirements to your profile, and once you have completed all your credits and are ready to make payment, you can do so here.
As a Collegiate Conference and Events Professional (CCEP), designees have demonstrated excellence in the field. To maintain the CCEP designation, ACCED-I requires all designees to recertify every three (3) years by completing requirements in education, experience and service to the industry, and paying a modest recertification fee.
Recertification demonstrates your continued dedication to maintaining a comprehensive, standardized body of practitioner knowledge in a rapidly changing higher education related profession. Recertification/ continuing professional development will occur via ACCED-I and industry involvement, determined by the CCEP Action Team. Recertification requirements in education, professional endeavors and service are outlined below; no workbook is required.
If however, you have allowed your recertification to completely lapse, (except under extenuating circumstances), you will then be required to re-apply and pay the CCEP application fee (in effect at that time).
The three year period begins on March 31 of the year you receive your CCEP designation. For example: those receiving an award in March 2019, the three-year certification window would begin March 31, 2019 and end March 31, 2022; those receiving in 2020 would be recertified by March 31, 2023 etc.
All completed requirements must be recorded in your membership record and payment submitted below.