- Reimbursement form (PDF)
- Check Submission form (PDF)
- Payment request form (PDF)
- Academic Coursework Activity Report NHRID
- SIA-Instructor Form
- CMP PINRA Form
There are three ways to earn CEUs through NHRID’s CMP.
-Attend a workshop given by an approved sponsor
-Complete academic coursework at an accredited institution
-Attend a participant initiated non-RID activity or PINRA (conference, class, training event of another organization).
Completed forms shall be returned to the CEU administrator according
to the timelines/guidelines specified:
Continuing Education Activity Form (return to sponsor at least forty-five (45) days before the activity)
Presenter/Instructor Form (return to sponsor at least forty-five (45) days
before the activity.
Academic Coursework Form (must be a college or university accredited
by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation. Requires submission
of a course description prior to the activity and a copy of the transcript upon completion of the course. Coursework must be completed within the participant‟s current CMP cycle.)
PINRA Form (requires pre-approval of the sponsor prior to the activity. Also, pre-approved proof of attendance must be returned to Sponsor within thirty (30) days upon completion of activity.)
NHRID hosted/sponsored events:
NHRID members, no additional cost for CEUs.
Non-members, no CEUs, pay non-member rate (as determined by PDC)
Non-members, with CEUs, pay non-member rate (as determined by PDC) plus an additional $10 processing fee.
If an outside organization asks NHRID to sponsor the CEUs for their event, the same rule applies: no CEU fee for members and $10 fee for non-members.
NHRID members, $10 processing fee for each request
Non-members, $20 processing fee for each request
NHRID members, one free PINRA per year, $10 processing fee for additional requests
Non – members, $20 processing fee for each request
Or please mail a check for $10 or $20 to:
PO Box 5432
Manchester, NH 03108
This is the official NHRID CMP/PDC policy, but the PDC and CMP sponsors can use their discretion to charge a lower rate, or waive the fee, when appropriate.