NAFED/ICC EEC Earning Potentials:
Up to 25 credits are allowed for each 12-month period in which an applicant is actively involved in the area of their certification.
To be actively involved, a participant must be engaged in activities that are directly related to the area of certification for a minimum of 600 hours (15 weeks) within the 12-month period.
One credit is allowed for each hour that an applicant attended and participated in a systematic training program relating to the area of certification.
This training may take place at the location of employment or at other venues. The training program must include a specific agenda, a synopsis of the training, and an attendance record. Details of this training must be provided if the application for renewal is subject to an audit.
One credit per year will be granted for active membership in local and national associations that promote the professionalism of the fire equipment industry. Such associations include the National Association of Fire Equipment Distributors (NAFED), the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), the Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE), and state and local fire- and safety-related associations.
One credit is allowed for each hour that an applicant has actively been an instructor for a training program that relates to the area of certification. This training must be specifically related to the design, installation, inspection, service, maintenance, or testing of the equipment and/or systems applicable to the area of certification.
The application for certification of renewal includes an affidavit that must be signed by the applicant stating he or she has provided accurate information regarding their individual EEC accumulations.
Please read the full article at the NAFED web link above for a complete accounting of credit hours needed to renew.
TO PROVIDE APPROVED TRAINING:
If you would like to have your CEU training course(s) approved please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 404-656-0697