Your certificate demonstrates your expertise and knowledge. Your continuous learning activities help you stay relevant and updated with industry standards and developments. CRP certificates will validate that you have participated in continuous learning and staying up to date with industry standards. By accumulating and tracking these over a three-year period you can maintain your certification status with Aqonta.
Our certifications have different requirements for the number of CRPs for maintenance. However, all have a three-year renewal cycle.
Certification Renewal Point or CRPs are continual learning points you earn to maintain your professional development. These points are essential to maintain your certification.How are CRPs quantified?
CRPs are quantified based on the number of hours you involve in continuing your professional development through training courses, events and webinars.How do I earn CRPs?
You can earn free CRPs as a member and participate in events organized by Certified Training Partners in association with Aqonta. In addition to that you can enrol in certification/ training courses offering CRPs. You may find courses offering CRPs from our Certified Training Partners.How do I report my CRPs?
You can access your member area to report the CRPs you earn.What if I do not report any CRPs within my certification renewal cycle?
CRPs are essential to maintain your certification. If you fail to report CRPs, your certification will expire. If you earn more CRPs in a renewal cycle, you are allowed to carry forward to the next cycle.Is there any grace period to report CRPs and renew my certification?
Yes. You will have a 3 months grace period to report your CRPs and renew your certification.Are Competency Credits and CRPs the same?
No. Competency Credits and CRPs are not the same. CRPs are to quantify your professional development to renew your certification. Competency Credits are credit points you earn for demonstrating your skills and are valid for lifetime.