GI Bill

Recertification

Keeping your certification current is important for gaining the greatest value from the time and effort you spent for your initial certification. Re-certifying demonstrates your commitment to continued growth and development, plus having your certification over several years shows employers, peers and the professional community your dedication to excellence.

 

AALSSC re-certification requires submission of a journal documenting activities and projects based on a point system, the points are referred to as "recertification units" or RUs. Green Belts require 175 RUs plus a documented project; Black Belts require 200 RUs and two documented projects. (Download journals for details)

 

How Re-certification Works

Your initial certification is valid for a period of three years. After three years you either re-certify or your certification expires; certifications always expire on the last day of month. After you successfully re-certify, your certification will be valid for another 3 years and a new certificate will be mailed to you with updated expiration date. Certified individuals must re-certify every three years to maintain their current certification.

 

Cost: Green Belt - $59   Black Belt - $69

Submit Online:

1) Download, complete and save the re-certification journal

2) Click on “submit payment” and complete process

3) After AALSSC reviews and approves - a new certificate will be mailed to address listed in journal

Submit by mail:

1) Download, complete and print re-certification journal (links above)
2) Mail completed journal with check or money order to:
     AALSSC
 Attn: Re-certification
     112 Water Street, suite 109
     Henderson, NV 89015
3) After AALSSC reviews and approves - a new certificate will be mailed to address listed in journal