|Recertification & Annual Maintenance Fee|
The CPO® Annual Maintenance Fee (AMF) is $100 per year. The first payment is due upon passing the CPO® examination in order officially to become a CPO®.
If you are ready to pay your first Annual Maintentance Fee (whether you are a new or veteran certificant) click here. Once the first portion of the payment is made, the system will automatically bill your account for future payments.
If you have previously made a portion of your payments and need to make another AMF payment, please log into your profile and select "invoices".
CPOs will receive an invoice prior to their anniversary date each year. Important notices and reminders for recertification and annual maintenance fee (AMF) payments are sent by email. The CPO® is responsible for keeping a current email address on file.
CPOs are not able to re-certify unless their AMF payments are current. Recertification notices are sent 60 days prior to the recertification date. Included with the notice is a reminder that the AMF is due for the new certification term.
After initial certification, recertification is required every three years. CPOs may re-certify by completing one of the following sets of steps prior to the recertification date.
If CPOs choose to re-certify by examination and fail, their credential will expire at the end of the then-current term. In addition, they may no longer use the CPO® designation. Upon receiving a failing score, CPOs will not be eligible to re-take the examination for recertification.
BCPO® is required to audit a certain percentage of qualified candidates for recertification. Candidates are randomly selected for audit. In the event of an audit, candidates must be prepared to provide documentation to support their eligibility for recertification.
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