Maintaining Certification

A C-NRPP Certified Professional agrees to:

  • Keep themselves current and informed and satisfy any continuing education requirements specific to their certification, conduct themselves in a professional manner befitting their Certified status.
  • Present their certified status to the public, and provide or show their certificate/certification number for each customer job.
  • Conduct business in accordance with the protocols and quality assurance and quality control prescribed by the C-NRPP Policy Advisory Board.
  • Adhere to approved Measurement and Mitigation Standards and protocols
  • Display the C-NRPP logo as a certified professional on my promotional materials, discontinue said display if I am no longer certified.

A Certified Professional will:

  • Develop and follow a QA Plan
  • Maintain continuing professional practice credits (see table below)*
  • Renew for the certification by the anniversary date of the end of certification

C-NRPP Mitigation Professionals must show proof of insurance for all renewals after January 1, 2017. – Please see C-NRPP Communications Brief – Sept 2016 Mandatory Insurance

Certified Professionals must accrue Professional Practice Credits during their 2 years cycle:

C-NRPP Renewal Requirements – Professional Development Practice Credits

Radon professionals will now be required to accumulate credits associated with various activities which contribute to growing the radon industry in Canada through interactions with the public and other radon professionals.   These credits will be required for their renewals every 2 years.

 Renewal requirements for C-NRPP Measurement and/or Mitigation Professionals

    1. 20 credits every 2 years
  • 4 credits must come from C-NRPP Approved Courses
  • 16 credits must come from at least 2 out of the remaining 4 categories which are quickly explained below.
  • Limit of 10 credits can come from the Hands-On Category
  • Submit renewal application and pay appropriate fees

Categories Include:

Community Outreach and Radon Awareness
– activities which you are active in providing radon information to the community
1hr of participation = 1 credit

Professional Development
– courses or participation in educational activities
1 hr of course = 1 credit

Radon Industry Participation
–  activities which will enhance and encourage development of the radon industry within Canada
1hr of participation = 1 credit
 

Hands On Practice     – Limit of 10 Hands-On Credits per renewal
– practical radon work which will provide homeowners and building owners with the necessary services they require
1 measurement job = 1 credit  1 mitigation job = 2 credits

Renewal Documents:

C-NRPP Renewal Application Form – Measurement and Mitigation Professionals

CNRPP Renewal Application – Analytical Labs

CNRPP Renewal Application – Trainer

Renewal Credit Form