To renew your certifications, you must first earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) by participating in continuing education and professional development activities. You can accrue CEUs to meet the renewal acquirement within your three-year renewal period.
Ways to Earn CEUs
- Check out the Preferred Provider course listing for training opportunities approved for ICC CEUs
- Visit the Learning Center and earn CEUs from seminars, training, and other education credit opportunities in your area
Enter CEUs and Submit for Renewal
Once you’ve accumulated the CEUs necessary to renew your certification, log in to myICC and enter or track your CEUs.
You can also download the Renewal Paper Application (requires $40 fee).
Need some help? Check out our Tutorial for Entering and Submitting CEUs.
Certifications are valid for three years. Certificates must be renewed on or before the expiration date (when they become inactive) to be current.
Not sure if you need to renew or reinstate your certification? Check out the options below:
Options for Renewal / Reinstatement
Go to myICC to renew your certifications
Opportunity for Reinstatement
Starting in February 2016, individuals with certifications expired more than six (6) years can reinstate their certifications without the need to re-test. Expired certifications initially issued by ICC or the legacy organizations (ICBO, BOCA, SBCCI, CABO) are eligible for reinstatement.
- Complete an application for Expired ICC Certifications
- Complete an application for Certification Issued by a Legacy Organization
We've compiled the most frequently asked questions on the Reinstatement Program FAQs.
Applications for Specific Renewals
Go to the NAFED website to renew
The California UST Inspector Certification has two options for renewal:
- Fulfilling continuing education requirements approved by the California State Water Resources Control Board, or
- Passing the exam again.
For more information on the requirements of the California State Water Resources Control Board, visit www.swrcb.ca.gov/ust.
Fill out the UI Paper Application
- Learn more about California UST Inspector Renewals
- For more information on the requirements of the California State Water Resources Control Board, visit www.swrcb.ca.gov/ust.
Michigan Class A & B UST System Operator Certifications are valid for five (5) years. To be current, certificates must be renewed on or before the expiration date.