Attaining a certification is a verification of broad-based knowledge in the discipline being tested at that point in time. Therefore, certification renewal is required every two years.
Attendance at HCCA events or renewing your HCCA membership is not the same as renewing your CCB certification. See the "Frequently asked questions" section for more information about the differences.
1. Keep track of your renewal date
It is your responsibility to keep track of your renewal date and submit the renewal fee prior to your certification expiration—which is every two years from the month you originally passed the certification exam. Learn more
2. Earn and submit the required CEUs
Certificate holders must earn and submit 40 CCB approved continuing education units in order to renew the
certification. CEUs must include 20 from "live" training events,
and must be earned within the two-year
renewal period. Learn more
3. Submit the renewal fee
Once CCB has documentation of your 40 CCB CEUs, submit the renewal fee to complete the renewal process. If you haven't submitted your CEUs to CCB, submit a
Renewal Application and include documentation of the 40 CEUs and include the renewal fee. Learn more