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To maintain your Certified Enterprise Risk Professional (CERP) in good standing,the following are required:

  • 60 continuing education (CE) credits every three (3) years;
  • Annual renewal fee;
  • Adherence to the Professional Code of Ethics.

Continuing Education

Continuing education (CE) programs do not require pre-approval by ABA. However, a continuing educational program must relate to one or more knowledge areas found on the CERP examination outline.

Programs that Qualify for Credit

Calculating Continuing Education Credits

To calculate your CE credits, divide the number of instructional minutes by 50. Fifty (50) minutes of instruction equals one (1) credit. Round up this number to the nearest quarter hour. Do not include breaks or meal functions; motivational speeches; business meetings; introductory remarks; non-guided, unstructured group discussions; or award presentations or receptions.

Carry-over Credits

If you earn excess CE credits over the course of your 3-year CE cycle, ABA will automatically carry over to the next CE cycle up to 20 credits.

Carry-over credit is a benefit only available to those members who report their CE by the cycle due date. These credits are added in March following the close of the CE cycle.

How Do I Report My CE Credits?

Please enter your continuing education credits in the ABA Certification Manager.

Renewal Fee

A CERP Renewal Fee is assessed annually once certification has been granted. A discount is applied to a designee who holds more than one certification. Group discounts are not available. Fees are subject to change without notice.

Certification Renewal Fee$275
Two ABA Certifications$399
Three or More ABA Certifications$499

 

Your renewal due date is based upon when you earned your CERP:

Date Certification EarnedRenewal NoticeRenewal Date
Prior to September 1 of the current year
OctoberJanuary 31
Between September 1 and December 31 of the current year
FebruaryMarch 31

Code of Ethics

ABA recognizes the importance of promulgating a code of ethics that emphasizes the conduct, competency, knowledge, professionalism, integrity, objectivity, and responsibility of each person qualifying as a candidate for certification.

Certified professionals must adhere to the outlined Professional Code of Ethics.

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