Changes to the PACP/ITCP Recertification Policy go in to effect May 1st

Attention NASSCO certified individuals! It is vital that you take responsibility for ensuring your certification does not lapse. As of May 1, 2021, you must be recertified prior to your expiration date, so please make note of the certification terms - three years for PACP/MACP/LACP, five years for ITCP-CIPP – and keep track of when your certification expires. Expiration dates are noted on your certificate and you may also verify certification on nassco.org/certified-individuals or on the homepage! Recertification policy documents are located on nassco.org under Training and Education - PACP or ITCP. Email support@nassco.org with questions.

Show your certification pride by requesting a Pro Sticker.

PACP: https://www.nassco.org/form/pacp-pro-request-form

ITCP: https://www.nassco.org/form/itcp-pro-request-form