CMRP and CMRT certificants must meet recertification requirements during the three year certification cycle to retain certified status for each subsequent three-year cycle. Certificants must acquire 50 course hours from a combination of two or more activities as described in the Recertification Activities Categories section of the Recertification Handbook. Certificants begin receiving recertification reminders one year from the date of certification expiration.
To recertify, certificants must:
- Complete the applicable recertification application within 90 days of their CMRP or CMRT certification expiration date.
- Pay all applicable fees; individuals age 65 and older may waive the fee. A certificant who does not recertify within 90 days of their CMRP or CMRT certification expiration date is considered expired and must retake the applicable exam. If the candidate fails the exam for renewal purposes, he or she will not have his or her certification renewed.
CMRP Recertification Application Spanish CMRP Recertification Application CMRT Recertification Application
Recertification Fee Schedule
SMRP Members: $150.00 (USD)
Nonmembers: $320.00 (USD)
Sustaining Sponsor Organization Employees: $100.00 (USD)
U.S. Veterans (Certification Only): $100.00 (USD)
Recertification deadline extensions are available on a limited bases in cases of extenuating circumstances. An extension of the recertification deadline may be granted for up to six months beyond the expiration date. You must submit an extension request before your certification expires. To do so, complete the Recertification Extension Request Form.
If you are unable to fulfill the recertification requirements for your CMRP or CMRT, you may request to voluntarily surrender your certification. To do so, complete the SMRPCO Certification Surrender Form.
Please contact SMRPCO at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-950-7354 if you need assistance.