PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING TERMS AND CONDITIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE INITIATING YOUR APPLICATION.
All users of Evergreen Certifications products and/or services agree that access to and use of this site are subject to the following Code of Ethics.
Terms and Conditions
Evergreen Certifications has developed the Code of Ethics to ensure the highest level of professional responsibility and care for all clients. It is expected that all Evergreen Certificants (hereafter, “Members”) will represent themselves appropriately and abide by the Evergreen Code of Ethics. Violation of the Code of Ethics may result in revocation of your credentials.
As a Member, you must be in good standing with the state or national board or organization that licenses you, including not being on probationary status for any reason. Members must not have been ethically or professionally denied application to or renewal of his/her professional membership in local, state, or national associations to which he/she is qualified. Members must not have had his/her professional or medical privileges restricted, revoked, or revised in any formal institutional setting (e.g., hospital, clinic, or other clinical setting) based upon professional malpractice.
Professional Responsibility, Competence, and Integrity
Members will accept personal and professional responsibility for all actions. Members recognize the extent of their professional competence and training. Members understand that the credential does not in any way provide permission to practice outside the scope of any obtained professional license. As a Member, you acknowledge that Evergreen Certifications is not liable for your actions or results of your actions at any level and you accept full responsibility for acquiring and maintaining the necessary training to successfully complete your job.
Members will only use the provided credentials when they remain current and in good standing. As a Member, you agree to take full responsibility for all your actions and decisions and in no way hold Evergreen Certifications or any of its affiliates responsible for the outcomes thereof. Members will maintain current records with Evergreen, notifying, in writing, of any changes to their professional status, name, or contact information within 15 days.
Members will represent themselves in an honest and straightforward manner with Evergreen personnel. Fraudulent, deceit, misrepresentation, and illegal behavior are not tolerated by Evergreen Certifications and may constitute grounds for revocation of certification. Any behavior or actions of yourself or of another Member that would go against the Evergreen Code of Ethics should be immediately reported to us. Members must adhere to all local, regional, national, and professional laws and regulations which apply to their professional license.
Possessing an Evergreen credential does not insinuate in any way that you are an employee of Evergreen or have special clearance or authority beyond what is granted to you by your license. Members may use the appropriate designation following their name only when the credentials are valid and up to date. Members may use the digital badge on digital and printed media when the certification remains valid and up to date.
Certification Renewal, Expiration, or Revocation
As a Member, you maintain your professional credential by complying with renewal requirements outlined in the certification standards. CEU’s must meet the guidelines and approval of Evergreen Certifications.
Re-certification training hours need to have been taken in the time since you were certificated or last renewed. Renewals are calculated from the date that your certification was issued. By your renewal date, your certification will need to be renewed by submitting all required documentation and payment.
If your certification can no longer be renewed due to a prolonged lapsed period, you can reapply for certification by completing the steps required to initiate a certification. Consult the certification standards for the certification that you hold for details.
Upon expiration or revocation of a credential, the usage of any Evergreen credential or digital badge will be immediately terminated. Revocation of an Evergreen credential will be made by a final decision from Evergreen Certifications. There will be no refund provided in whole or part when revocation is made.
Privacy and Account Security
As a registered Member, you will be asked to establish an account (“Account”). Don’t reveal your Account information to anyone else. You are solely responsible for maintaining the confidentiality and security of your Account and for all activities that occur on or through your Account, and you agree to immediately notify our support staff of any security breach of your Account. We shall not be responsible for any losses arising out of the unauthorized use of your Account.
Certified Therapist Registry – Certification(s), name, and contact information provided by Member for the registry is available on the public registry. All other information is private and secure.
Information on the application cannot be altered once the information has been submitted. Only our support staff can update your personal information thereafter by email request.
We may share some of your personally identifiable information with our parent company, our subsidiaries and partners. We do not place restrictions on the use of personal information by our parent company, subsidiaries, or affiliates but require that they will treat it at least as protectively as they treat information they obtain from their other users. They also will comply with applicable laws governing the transmission of promotional communications and must give you an opportunity in any such email that they send to choose not to receive such promotional e-mail messages in the future.