Recertification is the process of renewing your credentials by providing affirmation that you are committed to leadership, learning, and contributing to the body of knowledge in the field. The IICDP credential is valid for three years; therefore, you must recertify to maintain your designation without a lapse.
Recertification demonstrates your dedication to the field and proves your mastery of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Culture concepts and practices. Before getting started in recertification activities, you should first assess where you want to grow professionally. Then you should keep track of all activities that could count toward diversity recertification.
The recertification cycle begins the first day of the month after notification of IICDP success. You may either retest or earn recertification points by participating in professional development activities. If the latter option is chosen, you must accrue 60 credits per three-year recertification cycle to qualify. Fulfilling 60 credits will meet the requirements for recertification; it is not necessary to exceed 60 credits unless you are not sure if the activity will be approved. The recertification fee is $50. If a certification lapses more than one (1) year, designees will have to retest, but will not have to submit another program participant project. The rate in effect at the time for the IICDP exam will apply. If the study guide has changed, you may purchase a new guide for 50% off using a Promo Code available upon request.
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