3 Considerations When Submitting CEC Documents


You’ve fulfilled the requirements for renewing your credential through continuing education or participation in Association or Industry activities and you’re wondering, “Now what?” There’s one final, but very important step – it’s time to submit your documentation.

Below, you’ll find simple, easy guidelines outlined by NAAEI for submitting your CEC documents.

Make sure you have the accepted documentation:

Education Programs

  • Certificates of course completion
  • Transcript or exam results
  • Receipt or confirmation of payment for a program
  • A CEC reporting form signed by NAA affiliate apartment association staff

Association and Industry Participation Activities – Provide a copy of:

  • Page in directory or newsletter listing board and committee members
  • Letter sent to the credential holder to confirm board or committee appointment
  • Published article
  • Ad, flyer or program list course description, instructor and contact hours
  • Letter sent to confirm training assignment

Select the submission source that best meets your needs:

NAAEI provides three ways to submit the required number of continuing education credits (CECs) and renewal fees:

  • Online: 
    • CEC Submissions: www.naahq.org/renew
    • Renewal Payments: www.naahq.org/payments
  • Email: renewals@naahq.org
  • Mail Checks Only to: NAAEI Lockbox – P.O. Box 758712, Baltimore, MD 21275

           Do not send CEC submissions to the bank lockbox!

Contact NAAEI for missing renewal invoices and to pay your fee:

  • If you can’t find your renewal notice and/or you need to update your contact information,  Call 833-866-9622 for help
  • To pay by credit card, visit naahq.org/payments


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