NASP-Approved Provider Program
The NASP-Approved Provider program permits sponsors of continuing professional development to offer "NASP-Approved" professional development for school psychologists. Obtaining continuing professional development from a NASP-Approved Provider provides assurance that the activity is offered by a sponsor approved through external peer review.
Note. In light of COVID-19, NASP has developed some brief, general guidance for state associations and other NASP Approved Providers regarding provision of NASP-Approved CPD virtually.
Become an Approved Provider
Approved Providers help school psychologists meet requirements to renew their credentials, including the NCSP. Eligibility extends to national, state, and regional professional associations; commercial providers; public agencies; school districts; and non-NASP-approved school psychology graduate preparation programs.
The following materials are provided as a resource to providers of CPD planning to apply or those that have been granted status as a NASP-Approved Provider.
Approved Providers Resources
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is eligible to become a NASP-Approved Provider of CPD?
National, state, and regional professional associations; commercial providers; public agencies; school districts; and non-NASP-Approved school psychology graduate preparation programs.
What are the benefits of becoming a NASP-Approved Provider?
Promoting CPD activities with NASP approval may improve participation, and providers will benefit from links on the Approved Provider directory.
Can individual speakers obtain NASP approval?
Individual speakers may apply, although they must demonstrate that they meet all of the procedures and guidelines.