Recertification Dashboard

Recertification Dashboard

Your National Registry account has several roles that allow for different functions. The My Certification role is your headquarters for all things maintaining and renewing your certification. 

From your dashboard you can do the following: 
  1. Recertification Application 
  2. Manage Affiliations 
  3. Manage Professional Transcript 
  4. Manage Continuing Education for Recertification 
  5. Print your National Registry Card 
  6. And so much more

To make the My Certification Dashboard, your home page please use the following instructions: 
  1. Log in to National Registry account 
  2. Click on Account Settings in the upper right-hand corner 
  3. Click on My Roles 
  4. Select Set as Home Page next to My Certification role

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