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Determining Point-Eligible Content

Evaluating Potential Qualifying Endeavors

This page is intended for individuals who are wondering about the potential point eligibility of an endeavor not already addressed within the webpage pertaining to initial eligibility points or recertification points

 

Within the CPCP materials, it is impossible to name every specific event, seminar, course, etc. that might qualify. As such, please refer to the guidelines below and, as desired, submit questions using the provided form.

 

Guidelines

In general, professional development/continuing education endeavors (activities) are defined as events in which the individual receives education (e.g., attending a P-Card conference), as opposed to training delivered, or events led, by the individual (e.g., conducting cardholder training).

Routine activities completed as part of your job generally do not count within the category of professional development or continuing education. Instead, P-Card end-user program management or provider account management work experience is a separate point-eligible endeavor.

Guidelines for professional development/continuing education include activities (e.g., classes, seminars, workshops, webinars, etc.) that possess one or more of the following criteria:  

  • reflect P-Card (or other Commercial Card types) in the title
  • include Commercial Card content
  • focus on building skills directly relevant to P-Card program management as opposed to general skills  

Point Value
The general rule is a minimum of four hours of P-Card and/or related content—up to one full day—to potentially earn one full point. The focus is on the amount of qualifying content versus the entire duration of the endeavor. For most endeavors (e.g., a conference, event), the point maximum is two.

Another consideration is how strongly the qualifying content pertains to P-Cards. At the top of the spectrum are endeavors in which the entire duration offers P-Card-specific content for optimal point value. The rest of the spectrum—related, but not P-Card-specific content—will generally have a lower point value.

 

Submit Your Question

 

Before completing and submitting the form below, please ensure that the endeavor in question is not already addressed within the applicable point endeavors webpage (for initial eligibility or recertification). Note: If you are signed in to the NAPCP website, your contact information will pre-populate below. 

 


















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