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APPLY FOR THE CACEO CCEO DESIGNATION
Effective for Academy Modules conducted on and after June 1, 2017 and for non-CACEO module certificates submitted on or after June 1, 2017, every applicant successfully completing the required work necessary to become a CCEO must now complete an application and accompanying forms prior to receiving the CCEO designation.To view the administrative regulations, click here.
What documents must be submitted?
In submitting CCEO application documentation, applicants agree that,
Incomplete Applications. Applications found to be incomplete will not be processed and such applicants will be notified of the incomplete status at the contact information on the application. Applicants that contain false and misleading information on items material in determining the applicant’s qualifications may result in the voiding of the application, the failure to be granted any certification, or the revocation of any license or certificate, or other disciplinary action that may be rationally related to address the infraction.
Completed, submitted applications that are accompanied by a fee will be acted on within 30 days. There is no ‘bill me’ or ‘invoice option’ for the CCEO application process.
For completed, submitted applications, CACEO will respond with the following information, as applicable:
CACEO, in its sole discretion, may investigate any applicant's, registrant's, certificant's or licensee's background for the purpose of determining their suitability for the license, certificate, or qualification sought.
Should a deficiency in the documentation submitted be found, the applicant must cure any deficiencies within the 30-day window or be found unsuitable for CCEO certification.
For applications found suitable, CACEO will issue a Suitability Determination form within the 30-day period following receipt of the application, unless a Notice that more time is needed to process under Article 3.2 is issued. This form shall be marked as either “Qualified” or “Unqualified,” based on standards, requirements, prohibitions, and fitness criteria of Sections 3.1.1 through 3.1.4.
All materials submitted to CACEO become the property of CACEO and are not returnable.
Any applicant dissatisfied with the results or notification may exercise his or her right to challenge the action pursuant to Part 6 of the Administrative Regulations.
Submitting Your Application
CACEO is working to provide upload capabilities for all CCEO application documents. Until that becomes available, please submit the required documents to email@example.com. At the same time, you must process payment for your CCEO application fee.