Continuing Education Credits


ToP training has been reviewed and approved by the following institutions to offer professional continuing education credits.

National Commission for Health Education Credentialing (NCHEC)

The National Commission for Health Education Credentialing (NCHEC), is the national body that certifies health educators.

The designation of Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES®) and Master Certified Health Education Specialist (MCHES®) are marks of professional competency and commitment to continued professional development for persons in the field of health education.

ICA, through its ToP courses, is a recognized provider of continuing education credits to these individuals.

ToP courses offered for CHES® and MCHES® credits:
ToP Facilitation Methods (13.5 CECH)
ToP Strategic Planning (13.5 CECH)
ToP Secrets of Implementation (13.5 CECH)


American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP)

AICP is the American Planning Association's professional institute responsible for certifying planners. Certified planners maintain their credentials through ongoing professional education through the Certification Maintenance (CM) program.

ICA-USA, through its ToP courses, is a recognized provider of certification maintenance credits to these individuals.

APA members seeking AICP credits must be sure to register CM credit in their event log. AICP members are responsible for logging their CM credits and managing their own CM logs.

Courses offered for AICP Certification Maintenance credits:
ToP Facilitation Methods (14.5 CM credits)
ToP Strategic Planning (14.5 CM credits)
ToP Secrets of Implementation (14.5 CM credits)


Project Management Institute

The Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) is the Project Management Institute's certification for project management professionals. To maintain CAPM, individuals must earn Professional Certification Units (PDU) through the Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR) program.

ICA-USA, through its ToP courses, contributes to Education credits as a third-party provider.

CAPMs seeking PDU credits are not required to have supporting documentation to report, however, they must submit a PDU claim form with specific information about the credit, including hours per each skill in the PMI Talent Triangle. PMI recommends they maintain a personal folder for all PDU-related documentation and keep this documentation for at least 18 months after their CCR cycle has ended.

Courses offered for AICP Certification Maintenance credits:
ToP Facilitation Methods (14 PDU credits)
ToP Strategic Planning (14 PDU credits)
ToP Secrets of Implementation (14 PDU credits)

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