If you hold a RESIDENCY ADMINISTRATOR'S CERTIFICATE in Washington, you have the following options:
- Reissuance of the Residency Administrator's Certificate - apply online (You may have the expiration date on your certificate adjusted or removed, depending on your experience as an administrator in Washington.) If you have completed two consecutive years in the role specific to your certification and have a contract for the 3rd year with the same employer, then you need to apply to have the Residency certificate reissued with a 5-year expiration date. Here is the form to document this.
- Renew the residency certificate for two years based on enrollment in an
Administrator ProCert Program. Contact the program where enrolled in professional certificate program to begin the renewal process.
- Renew the residency certificate for five years. This option to renew
via 150 clock hours during the validity period of the certificate is
available to residency principals and program administrators whose certificate
is dated, but who are not serving in the role.
- Renew the residency certificate for three years. This option is available to
residency principals and program administrators whose certificate has an
expiration date on or prior to June 30, 2019. This is a paper-only
it will not be available in the ECert system.
- Obtain a Substitute Administrator's Certificate.
Please note: Administrators serving in the role for any FTE within a year, counts as a year of service with the administrator certificate. Once the administrator completes two consecutive years of service, then he or she can apply for reissuance and work towards professional certification.