Download your PDF guide to learn more about Recert, required activities, and how the process works.
Recert is annual, but over a 7-year period you must complete PNCB Pediatric Updates modules and pharmacology requirements. See your Recert Dashboard to check the status of these 7-year tracking cycle requirements.
Recertification for 2018 ends January 31, 2018. A late fee is added between February 1 and February 28, 2018. The Recert application will open November 1 this year.
Planning to retire? Learn about retiring your credential.
Did your certification expire? Learn about reinstatement.
Also hold CPNP-PC certification?
Use the CPNP-AC/PC guide.
- Did you earn initial acute care and primary care CPNP certification within the same year? You start the Dual AC/PC recertification program the year after passing the exams.
- Did you earn a second CPNP certification in a subsequent calendar year? You continue with your current single CPNP recertification program for year in which you passed the second CPNP exam. Your Dual AC/PC recertification program starts the following year.