Maintaining Certification Renewal & Recertification
The Certified Senior Advisor certification is awarded for a period of three years. In order to maintain certification and continue use of the Certified Senior Advisor (CSA)® designation, certified individuals must meet the requirements for recertification.
Requirements For Maintaining Your CSA Certification & Recertification
CSAs must complete the following requirements to recertify and maintain the CSA Certification. The Society of Certified Senior Advisors will notify you when your certification payment is due. The recertification process underscores the ongoing responsibility that all CSAs have to conduct their business legally and ethically.
*Your CSA certificate’s expiration date does not refer to the yearly renewal fee requirement. It refers to your next three-year certification period for your CSA CE requirements.
*A 30 day extension from the due date is allowed. All CE must be received within the 30 day extension. If CE is not submitted by the extended due date, your certification will be suspended. All sales are final, no refunds on renewals.
SCSA Disclosure Policy
Society of Certified Senior Advisors® (SCSA) treats as confidential a CSA’s personal information. At its discretion, however, and in accordance with disclosure authority maintained by the CSA Board of Standards (“Board”), SCSA may release to certain federal and state licensing and credentialing bodies and governmental regulatory agencies, or may publish on its website, details of a current or former CSA’s disciplinary history, if any, resulting from complaints heard by the Board. Similarly, SCSA reserves the right to divulge to such bodies or agencies, or to publish on its website, information in connection with wrongful use or other actions taken by SCSA, or on its behalf, against certain individuals or entities.