Individual Continuing Professional Development (CPD) or Continuing Education (CE) Credit

Individuals who view the live or archived Futures Conference webinars from their own work or home laptops, desktops, or mobile devices and individuals who review written conference resources may consider exploring continuing professional development (CPD) or continuing education (CE) credit for their activities.

Individuals themselves are responsible for addressing CPD or CE requirements of their organization, employer, or credentialing agency. Materials on this Futures Conference website, including descriptions of speakers, background readings, presentations, learning objectives, etc., may assist individuals with exploring CPD/CE requirements of their particular organizations.

The associations that are sponsoring the School Psychology Futures Conference, such as NASP, APA Division 16, CDSPP, etc. will not award NASP- or APA- approved provider credit or issue CPD/CE documentation directly to individual attendees. Individuals also may consider contacting group sites that are registered for the conference; group sites may have procedures to award CPD/CE documentation for group attendees.

The following resources may assist Nationally Certified School Psychologists (NCSPs) who wish to explore CPD requirements for NCSP renewal:

SPECIAL NOTE FOR SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGISTS WHO HOLD THE NCSP: NCSPs must document the completion of 75 CPD credits during each 3 year renewal period. At least 10 of the 75 CPD credits must be obtained from NASP- or APA-approved providers. The associations that are sponsoring the School Psychology Futures Conference, such as NASP, APA Division 16, CDSPP, etc. will not award NASP- or APA- approved provider credit or issue CPD/CE documentation directly to individual attendees. However, individuals may consider contacting group sites that are registered for the conference; group sites may have procedures to award CPD/CE documentation for group attendees. NCSPs also may consider using Futures Conference activities for the portion of CPDs that need not be obtained from NASP- or APA-approved providers (as outlined in the resources above), and document their activities with the NCSP Activity Documentation Form (pdf).