Updates from the CCB

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

The Connecticut Certification Board, Inc. February 4, 2015

Professionalism It is the backbone of our vocation. The directors and staff of the CCB are committed to the advancement of professionalism for ourselves and for our certified professionals. It is our expectation that our certified professionals here in Connecticut will lead the way, for the benefit of our clients, our agencies and also for the profession as a whole. As we tell the individuals that we serve, the little things DO matter, and we do pay attention to them, including:

Document submission- before completing and submitting any forms, please make sure that you have read them fully and can complete them according to the guidelines printed on them. Most of the documentation errors that we see could be avoided by reading and understanding what is being asked for. This is most often the case when it comes to renewal applications which lack documentation of the hours required. Errors such as this can delay the processing of your applications and possibly put you at risk of lapse or expiration.

U.S. Mail There has been a significant increase in letters and parcels received with postage due. Please ensure that you have attached the proper postage before mailing. As of February 1, 2015, the CCB will refuse anything from the U.S. Postal Service with postage due. Please be sure that it is correctly stamped or metered.

Address/Phone/Email Changes If you move, or change contact information, simply send us an email to make sure that we have the ability to contact you. We want to be able to reach you should we have questions or concerns, so please make sure all contact information is up to date.

We appreciate your adherence to these updates. It will make it easier for us to get you the information that you need in a more timely fashion.


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