NCIDQ Certificate Holders: CEU Requirement Changes Ahead

CIDQ's membership is comprised of regulatory boards from across the United States and Canada. As such, the organization takes seriously its responsibility, and that of our certificate holders, to protect the public’s health, safety, and welfare. In keeping with that responsibility, CIDQ will implement a revised CEU policy requirement which will go into effect April 1, 2024.

CIDQ will align the CEU requirements with our annual renewal cycle and the new requirements are highlighted in red below:

For active NCIDQ Certificate holders licensed, certified, or registered in a regulated state/province, NOTHING CHANGES. As is the case currently, you must meet the Continuing Education requirements of your state/provincial regulatory body.

Certificate holders who are not registered with a state or provincial regulatory board, and/or who live in an unregulated jurisdiction must complete 5 hours of approved Health, Safety, Welfare focused Continuing Education every year* and attest to this at the time of annual renewal to remain active.

*CIDQ may conduct random audits to verify CEU requirements