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Members of PRO may use certifications issued by other remodeling organizations recognized by PRO  to fulfill the initial PRO Certification. Utilizing another remodeling organization's certification program to fulfill PRO Certification requirements does not impact your certification through the other remodeling organization. PRO does not have any reciprocity of certification with, or affiliation with other remodeling organizations. 
Certification Period and Fee
Your initial certification will be valid for the remaining time on the industry certification plus ONE YEAR. The FEE for initial certification is $50, payable upon application to your local PRO Affiliate. PRO Continuing Education Requirements PRO measures continuing education in PRO Units. One hour of approved continuing education earns one PRO Unit. Twelve (12) PRO Units are required for Certification renewal each year. PRO offers a variety of approved options to meet this requirement, including in-person affiliate-based meetings and training sessions. Seminars provided by PRO members that build industry knowledge are accepted as long as they are not product-specific training.
Of the 12 required PRO Units:
The requirements and conditions of certification are set by the PRO Certification Board. This board is composed of members from each PRO Affiliate to establish uniform requirements and conditions on the PRO, Inc Education Committee level. Your new certification will be issued and administered by your local PRO Affiliate by the authority granted from the PRO Certification Board.
Initial Certification Requirements and Conditions
The requirements and conditions for certification are: PRO Certifications are limited to Owners and employees of PRO Member Companies. A valid certification issued by NARI®, NAHB®, or NKBA® that is current or within one year of its last renewal. You may submit a certification issued by a remodeling organization not listed above to the PRO Certification Board for consideration. Decisions by the PRO Certification Board may be appealed to the PRO, Inc. Board of Directors. The PRO, Inc. Board of Directors' decision is final. Submission of 12 PRO Units of approved continuing education. Approved continuing education programs may be remodeling business or trade-related seminars, either in person or virtual, offered by PRO or any other trade association or private business that builds industry knowledge. Specific product-based and installation training education is not an approved program. Reading Trade Publications may only account for one quarter (1/4) of the required twelve (12) hours. Acceptance and adoption of the PRO Code of Ethics as a Certified Professional.
 PRO is not affiliated with nor maintains reciprocity agreements with NARI®, NAHB®, or NKBA®. Certification is not a transfer of another remodeling organization’s certification. PRO does not own, control, or participate in any other remodeling organization’s certification program.
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Local affiliates will be the primary source of in person educational opportunities. Additionally, educational partners, including Remodelers Advantage and Professional Remodeler Magazine will offer PRO members access to their extensive content.