Renewing Your National Apartment Association Education Institute (NAAEI) Credential
Each NAAEI credential must be renewed annually. To renew a credential, a credential holder should:
Note that CECs will be accepted through dashboard submission or by e-mail or fax. Mailed submissions will not be reviewed.
Rules of Submission for CECs
All CECs required for the renewal period should be earned during the certification term plus the grace period following it: a total of 15 months from the day you obtained your credential or the date of a previous renewal. Individuals who hold multiple NAAEI credentials may use the same CECs for renewal of all credentials. The total number of CECs that you must report is indicated on your invoice.
NAAEI CEC Requirements are changing in 2022!
Individuals renewing in 2021 should follow the rules outlined below. Plan ahead to earn the additional CECs required for 2022 renewal.
2021 CECs Required
2022 CECs Required
Sources of In-network CECs
A minimum of one half of your required CECs per renewal period must be attained by participating in NAA, NAAEI or NAA affiliate courses, seminars, programs or activities. These include:
A maximum of two CECs can be reported from the association participation activities below:
Sources of Out-of-network CECs
The other portion of your required CECs may be obtained by participating in the following programs or activities.
A maximum of two CECs can be reported from the industry participation activities below:
Corporate in-house training courses and training that does not meet the criteria listed above are not accepted for continuing education credit.
Accepted documentation for education programs includes:
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