Current NCBSOs can download the NCBSO logo for your email signature, resume, business card, etc.
You must earn 24 continuing education credits (CEUs) during your accumulation period to maintain your NCBSO. Each time you recertify, your NCBSO is valid for another two year period during which you would need to obtain 24 CEUs in order to maintain your NCBSO status. You can earn CEUs from both NAFCU and Non-NAFCU education programs that qualify for credit.
Your accumulation period begins on the first of January of the year after you passed the exams. For example, if you passed your exams in 2016 your accumulation period would be January 1, 2017 through December 31, 2018.
Easily maintain your NCBSO designation by attending designated NAFCU conference sessions and/or webcasts. A number of NAFCU education programs will qualify for education credits towards your NCBSO recertification.
Look for the NCBSO logo with NAFCU webcasts and conference sessions that qualify for credits.
Continuing Education Credits (CEUs) can be earned by attending a non-NAFCU conference, event, or webcast, so long as the program is educational in nature and focuses on BSA topics. A total of .5 CEU is credited for each 30-minute increment of training. There is a $5 fee per .5 CEU earned. Program topics that qualify for CEUs include:
Submit Non-NAFCU Programs for Credits
You are not required to submit non-NAFCU training program information for pre-approval for CEU credit. Please follow the guidelines above to determine if the program qualifies for NCBSO credit.* Then click the above button to submit the form with payment. If you have questions on whether a program's
content will earn CEUs for your NCBSO recertification, please send an email to email@example.com along with the program agenda/schedule and session descriptions.
*NAFCU reserves the right to disqualify programs that do not
meet the standards required for CEU credit.
Track your NCBSO certification credits online (login required). Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.