How To Recertify

How To Recertify

CERTIFICATIONS ARE VALID FOR 2 YEARS

To maintain your certification, you must recertify every two years. This means completing continuing education and other various requirements as defined by your particular certification(s). You will also be required to complete the NRPP Re-certification Application and provide the proper recertification fees. 

You must Sign In to access the NRPP Recertification Portal.

This recertification portal gives you the ability to upload, maintain and track all your recertification documentation, including your continuing education, device performance test results and proof of calibration.  Our streamlined online process is designed to:

  • Save Time
  • Save Postage 
  • Expedite Your Recertification
  • Manage and Maintain Important Documents
  • Receive Immediate Feedback
  • Download and print all formal documentation
    (Certification ID cards and Certificates)

Step 1:     Sign In to access the NRPP Recertification Portal

  • All active NRPP certified professionals have access.
    • If you haven’t already, you must “Set Password” and follow the prompts. 
    • If you’ve signed in before, choose the “Sign In” option.  
       
  • If you have difficulty logging in, email our office at info@nrpp.info. Our staff will be happy to assist you during our operating hours. 
  • If others in your company have your same email address or share a generic email address (Example: info@_____.com) you must create your own unique email. 
  • You cannot access the NRPP Recertification Portal with a generic email address.  Google (gmail) and Yahoo (ymail) offer free email accounts.

Step 2:     Read ALL instructions before you begin 

Once signed in, you will see instructions and links. Make sure you understand the requirements to complete the application in the most efficient manner. 

Step 3:     Review the application and complete

Step 4:     Upload your CE course completion certificate(s) 

Courses must be NRPP-approved (Category I) or a combination of educational programs, radon conference attendance, and public outreach efforts (Category II). 

  • NRPP Professionals holding one certification MUST have a total of 16 credit hours
  • NRPP Professionals holding dual certifications (Measurement and Mitigation) MUST have a total of 24 credit hours
  • No more than 8 Category II credits can be used; the balance must be Category I credits

Step 5:     Upload your most current purchase order, receipt or analysis report for each Standard Device (passive) utilized                         

Step 6:     Upload your Proof of Annual Calibration Report(s) for each Analytical Device utilized                    

Step 7:     Upload a copy of your Device Performance Test Results (if you use an Analytical Device)

Device performance testing is required every two years.

IMPORTANT

If your certification has been expired more than 1 year, you must complete an NRPP-approved Re-Entry Course OR take the NRPP Certification Exam(s) to recertify. Once the coursework or exam has been completed, follow steps 1 -7 as defined above.

If your certification has been expired more than 2 years, you must begin the initial certification process. See How To Become Certified for a step-by-step guide.

 

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