To maintain CCA certification, registrants must follow the Code of Ethics and participate in a continuing education program.
CONTINUING EDUCATION/RECERTIFICATION of CCA’s
Failure to comply with these requirements will result in suspension or revocation of certification.
The primary purpose for continuing education is to further enhance the skills of CCAs and routinely update their knowledge as new information and technologies become available. To insure that the primary purpose of continuing education is achieved, specific requirements have been adopted that must be followed by CCAs to receive credit for continuing education activities.
Continuing education activities are measured in Continuing Education Units (CEUs), which are defined as one (1) hour of quality contact time in training or other qualifying activity addressing national or state, regional and provincial performance objectives.
To apply for CEU's for a meeting you are hosting in Michigan:
Note: You will need to log-in or create a new user name and password to use the form.
If you have questions: contact Kara Kyser - email@example.com
, or call (517) 336-0223
For Additional Information:
Michigan Agri-Business Association - 1501 North Shore Dr., Suite A - East Lansing, MI 48823