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RQAP Re-registration     Made Simple        d       lSQA Council on Professional Registration           Jennifer Alluisi M...
About the CouncilCouncil on Professional Registration (CPR)■ Oversees exam and re-registration  activities■ Members are el...
Who are the CPR?Voting■   Michelle Holbrook – Chair■   Steve Drzick – Chair Elect                   Chair-Elect■   Barbara...
RQAP Re-registration: Why?Purpose:■ To encourage and recognize continued  participation in the field of regulatory  qualit...
RQAP Re-registration: When?When:■ Every 3 years■ First Time – From 1 April of the 1st year until  30 September of the 3rd ...
RQAP Re-registration: What?Requirements:■CComplete 12 units within 3 years        l t       it ithi■ Minimum of 6 must be ...
RQAP Re-registration: How?What you need to do:■ Submit the application and appropriate fee to                pp           ...
Re-registration: Tricky Policies■ In-house training: must submit suitable  documentation■ O li seminars/webinars: d  Onlin...
RQAP Re-registration: FAQs■ Is there automatic renewal? No■ Do I have to retake the test? No■ Does my job count toward uni...
Re-registration:       8 ways to earn units1. Professional meetings, seminars, or   conferences:   ● 1 full-day meeting = ...
Re-registration:        8 ways to earn units5. University courses: 1 semester/quarter             y                    q  ...
Earning Units on the Cheap In-house training SQA Mentoring Program Active participation on SQA and CPR          p      ...
Questions Jen Alluisi at SQA Headquarters:  jennifer.alluisi@sqa.org Council on Professional Registration Chair:  cpr.ch...
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Every three years, the time comes for each Registered Quality Assurance Professional to complete their re-registration if they want to keep that RQAP credential and do not want to take the exam again! But there are so many ways to earn re-registration units, it can be a little confusing to assemble your re-registration application.

SQA's Director of Educational Programs, Jennifer Alluisi, created a presentation to explain the re-registration process. No matter if you have to re-register very soon or your re-registration date is still a year or two away, this presentation will be helpful to you in preparing your re-registration application and documentation.

All current RQAP designees as well as individuals considering taking the RQAP exam in the future should consider viewing this presentation.

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    1. 1. RQAP Re-registration Made Simple d lSQA Council on Professional Registration Jennifer Alluisi MA Ed SQA Director of Educational Programs
    2. 2. About the CouncilCouncil on Professional Registration (CPR)■ Oversees exam and re-registration activities■ Members are elected by the registration body (the pool of RQAP registrants)
    3. 3. Who are the CPR?Voting■ Michelle Holbrook – Chair■ Steve Drzick – Chair Elect Chair-Elect■ Barbara Randolph – Past Chair■ Pat McFadden – Secretary■ Debi Doleniak – GLP Member at Large b l k b■ Tom West – GCP Member at LargeNon-Voting■ Tammy White Barkalow – SQA Board Liaison■ Judy McDowall – Chair GLP Examination Committee Chair,■ Melissa Meyer-Ely – Chair, GCP Examination Committee■ Jen Alluisi – SQA Headquarters
    4. 4. RQAP Re-registration: Why?Purpose:■ To encourage and recognize continued participation in the field of regulatory quality assurance■ To ensure that quality assurance professionals remain informed and knowledgeable in their profession
    5. 5. RQAP Re-registration: When?When:■ Every 3 years■ First Time – From 1 April of the 1st year until 30 September of the 3rd year d■ Subsequent – From 1 October of the 1st year through 30 September of the 3rd year
    6. 6. RQAP Re-registration: What?Requirements:■CComplete 12 units within 3 years l t it ithi■ Minimum of 6 must be discipline- specific (GCP or GLP) ifi■ Remaining 6 units may be any relevant professional activities
    7. 7. RQAP Re-registration: How?What you need to do:■ Submit the application and appropriate fee to pp pp p SQA■ Submit supporting documentation with the pp g re-registration application (on website)■ Examples of supporting documentation: p pp g certificates, meeting agendas, slide handouts, attendance rosters, transcripts, course descriptions d i ti■ CPR will review and send you notification■ If you h f have questions, contact CPR
    8. 8. Re-registration: Tricky Policies■ In-house training: must submit suitable documentation■ O li seminars/webinars: d Online i / bi documentation if i possible■ SQA Chapter Committee, and SS memberships: up SQA, Chapter, Committee to 3 discipline-specific units■ Dual registrants (RQAP-GLP/GCP): can use same g units for both as long as discipline requirements are met for each■ Oth organizations obtaining prior approval of Other i ti bt i i i l f credit for activities■ CPR reserves the right to arrive at consensus opinions on other submitted documentation
    9. 9. RQAP Re-registration: FAQs■ Is there automatic renewal? No■ Do I have to retake the test? No■ Does my job count toward units? No■ Can one professional meeting count as both discipline-specific and other relevant activities? No■ Do I have to attend one or more SQA Annual Meeting(s) to earn enough re-registration units? g( ) g g No■ How much money does SQA make from this y Q program? None
    10. 10. Re-registration: 8 ways to earn units1. Professional meetings, seminars, or conferences: ● 1 full-day meeting = 2 units ●½d (day (4-6 hhours) = 1 unit ) i ● ≤ 3 hours = 0.5 unit2. Instructing, lecturing or t i i2 I t ti l t i training: each = h 1 unit3.3 Author of articles, books or book articles books, chapters: each = 1 unit4. Author of a poster session: each = 1 unit p
    11. 11. Re-registration: 8 ways to earn units5. University courses: 1 semester/quarter y q credit = 1 unit6. SQA Chapter, Committee, Specialty Section membership, or SQA annual membership, each per year = 1 unit7. Submission of solicited exam questions: 10 questions = 1 unit8. SQA MMentoring i ● 6 months = 2 units ● Maximum per year = 4 units
    12. 12. Earning Units on the Cheap In-house training SQA Mentoring Program Active participation on SQA and CPR p p Q committees Writing exam questions g q Annual Meeting online conference library – no travel! y
    13. 13. Questions Jen Alluisi at SQA Headquarters: jennifer.alluisi@sqa.org Council on Professional Registration Chair: cpr.chair@sqa.org cpr chair@sqa org
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