For ASSP CEUS – Note New Process started in 2022
CEUs from ASSP for CSPs have been approved by ASSP for the 2023 CSHEC. Attendees qualify for .6 CEU for each full day of conference attendance. A total of 1.8 CEUs for attendance of the full 3-day conference.
Be sure your registration information matches with the claim information submitted as you must show up as registered for each day you claim (badges must also be picked up, unclaimed badges will cause the person to be listed as a no show and not eligible for CEUs)
If you want CEUs recorded by ASSP for your attendance, you must:
To claim your CEU award visit https://www.assp.org/claim-ceus by Oct 16th, log in with your ASSP credentials and enter your information. If you do not yet have an ASSP account, you will be asked to create one (you can create an account login without being a member).
This must be entered separately for EACH day you are applying for CEU credits (3 claim entries for 3 days attendance).
Event ID: This will be posted daily in each room and is different for each day
Event Title: This will be posted in each room and is different for each day
Your CEU award will appear on your ASSP transcript.
To access your CEU transcript, you will need to login into your ASSP online account. Once you are logged in, you will need to click on the My Account tab at the top of the page. On the left side of the page in the Education and Content section, you will see Transcript. Click on Transcript. This will bring up a list of all the CEUs you have with ASSP. You can either print or download the transcript.
If you have any questions or issues with claiming your CEUs, please contact ASSP Customer Service at 847-699-2929 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
CEUs and Other Professional Organizations
ASSP requires pre-approval of the coursework in order to provide CEUs. Other organizations with which you hold a certification may honor those CEUs or simply have a calculation that translates your attendance into that organization’s CEU equivalent. For example, IHMM allows the tracking of contact hours by the participant and then provides a calculation for how much credit is provided towards recertification of the Certified Hazardous Materials Manager accreditation. CIH holders can generally use the ASSP credits when applying for recertification after converting into credit hours (see specific requirements from ABIH). Generally, the conference does not provide certificates of attendance.
Please be sure to know the requirements of your particular certification if you plan to use your conference attendance for continuing education related to that certification.