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According to Cardiovascular Credentialing International (CCI)'s official website, the credential obtained after passing the CCI exam is active for 9–12 months. As a new registrant (credential holder) there are two types of renewal with CCI: first renewal and second/first triennial renewal.
The new registrants have to pay for the first renewal before the first day of the quarter the credential was obtained in the following year. For instance, if you get your credential between April 1st and June 30th, your first renewal would be due on or before March 31st of the following year. Credentials are renewed every three years after the completion of the first renewal. There are no Continuing Education Unit (CEU) requirements for the first renewal other than the submission of renewal fee (currently $165.00 USD), and a signature of compliance Code of Ethics. This date will be noted on your initial wallet card.
To maintain active credential with CCI, the following requirements must be met:
Wallet cards are given to successful registrants and expire on date of first renewal. Triennial wallet cards are given upon the renewal of credentials.
CCI's official website recommends the following sources to help you prepare for the exam.
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Last reviewed and updated by Elizabeth Gonzalez Cueto on Sep 20, 2020LinkedIn