The CPH recertification process is meant to foster life-long learning, professional development, and promotion of the public health profession.
Find Ways to Earn Recertification Credits
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Qualifying activities for recertification credits include continuing education and professional development opportunities.
There are many options for finding recertification credits! Do not feel limited to the following resources, these are simply here to assist you in your search. Many CPHs earn credits by work they do at their job, volunteering, and much more. Take a look at the resources below and get creative with your credits! When in doubt, email firstname.lastname@example.org, we are always happy to assist in determining if an activity will count or not.
Use this Activity and Credit Guide to find the types of activities you can complete and how many credits to report for each.
Check out these helpful Tips and Tricks to complete the recertification process with ease.
Report Your Recertification Credits
All CPH must report at least 50 recertification credits every two years. Extensions are available in three-month increments.
Find out how many credits to report for each activity with this guide.
There are many different ways to earn credits, so get creative! Explore the resources above, and when in doubt, contact us to confirm an activity will count towards recertification.
Submit Your Recertification Credits
You will be prompted to pay a $95.00 recertification fee and asked to agree to uphold the CPH Code of Ethics when you submit your application. Enjoy the recertification process, we look forward to you being part of the CPH community for years to come!