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CEU Management Policy

To maintain their PSIA-AASI certification, an Eastern member must renew their membership every season and obtain continuing educational clinic credits (CEUs) as outlined below to keep their certifications in good standing:

CEU Management Policy

A certified member needs to obtain a minimum of 6 CEUs every membership year (July 1 – June 30.) Any CEU hours greater than 6 obtained in a membership year will be applied towards the CEU requirement for the following membership year only.

What does this mean?

All Certified members regardless of age will be due for 6 credits (a 1-day event or the equivalent) every season or 12 credits (a 2-day event or the equivalent) every other season.

If you’re a Certified Member and haven’t maintained or met your CEU requirements:

  • You’ll see an Education Prepayment fee* on your membership dues renewal statement.
  • Your membership status changes to certified inactive.
  • To return to certified active status, you’ll need to complete the minimum number of CEUs according to how far behind you are on your education credits:
    • 1 year: 12 CEUs
    • 2 years: 18 CEUs
    • 3 years: 24 CEUs
    • 4 years: 24 CEUs
  • If you don’t earn the minimum number of CEUs at the end of 4 years, you’ll be reassigned to the Alumni Member category.

*The Education Prepayment fee will be applied in its entirety toward your qualifying event in the coming season. Qualifying events are PSIA-AASI Eastern events which award CEU credits upon successful completion. Qualifying events can be on-snow or online.

  • E-learning courses may not be used for continuing education credit more than every four seasons.
  • E-learning courses may not be used for continuing education credit more than once for each course.
  • E-learning courses are available to complete at any time, at your convenience.

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If you fail to maintain these requirements and wish to reinstate your membership at a later date, you would need to go through the reinstatement process.

Revised August, 2022

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