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To remain a NAHA member and keep access to your NAHA members-only content, be sure to renew your membership online. This process is for current members ONLY! To get started, follow these steps:
Your NAHA Membership should renew automatically. You will be informed via email when this renewal occurs. If the payment does not go through, you will be notified and the system will try again in a few days. The system will attempt to bill a total of 3 times, after which your membership will expire. Once your membership has expired, the only way to renew is to set up a new membership from your account page. To do this please
*Note: If you were previously registered as a Level 1, 2, or 3 member then you will need to resubmit documents via the upload link on your member account home page. If you cannot find your previous records please email our office at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Continuing Education for Renewal of Level 1, 2, or 3 NAHA Members
Once you become a member of NAHA at a Level 1, 2, or 3, member you will be required to obtain Continuing Education Credits to remain a member in good standing. Every two years these credits will be audited by NAHA staff to make sure they meet the requirements listed below, along with the total hours required for that membership level (Level 1= 10 hours, Level 2= 20 hours, Level 3= 30 hours). To record your CE credit hours members will need to:
If you do not see your Manage CE Subscription hours link please contact email@example.com for assistance.
What Counts for NAHA Membership Renewal CEs?
-NAHA Conferences, Webinars & Podcasts (Free for members on member home page)
-Courses taught by a NAHA approved school*
-Courses taught by a NAHA Approved Continuing Education Provider (NACEP)
-Field related (aromatherapy, phytotherapy, botany, or health sciences) courses taught by an accredited institution recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education
-Field related (aromatherapy, phytotherapy, botany, or health sciences) courses approved for continuing education credit by any official National or State Certification Board
-& Now Aromatherapy Books written by NAHA Approved Continuing Education Providers and School Educators!
How to record Aromatherapy Books as CEs:
Members will need to review the book descriptions or contact the provider to learn how many CEs a book is eligible for (maximum 4 CEs unless otherwise noted). There is no certificate required for proof of completion, but we require documentation for proof of purchase via the Upload Documents link on the Manage Subscription CE credits page. Members must also keep record of it manually in the designated fields.
*NAHA Writers and Contributors- Each article/case study which is accepted and published in the NAHA's Aromatherapy Journal will earn you 2 NAHA approved continuing education hours (CEs) to remain in good standing as a NAHA member. Please record Article or Webinar information in the Manage Subscrption CE credits section. There is no requirement to upload any additional documentation for this.
*NAHA approved schools do not need a separate NACEP membership in order to offer CEs. Reminder, all educators of an approved school must be minimum level 2 NAHA members and be included on the educator list submitted to NAHA at renewal.
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