If your CTR Continuing Education cycle ended in December, then you are required to report a minimum of 20 CE Hours by the deadline of January 31.
If you were unable to complete the required 20 CEs for this cycle due to circumstances that meet specified criteria, you may request an extension. This will allow deficient hours from one cycle to be obtained in the next two-year cycle period.
If you were unable to complete the required 20 CEs for this cycle due to unemployment because of a disability, which also limits participation in CE activities, you may apply to NCRA for a release of the CTR credential maintenance requirements. Medical documentation of the impairment must be provided. This release applies for the term of your disability and only to situations with the actual individual, not family members.
If you are no longer working in the registry profession, either full- or part-time, you may apply to NCRA for a permanent release of the CTR credential maintenance requirements.
If you are unable to pay the annual CTR maintenance fee, contact NCRA to discuss your options.
If your CTR was officially revoked, you may request for a reinstatement of your CTR credentials. Individuals who have not submitted CTR maintenance fees and/or a CE Summary Form for three or more years must retake the CTR Exam.