• At the end of the course an official ERC Certificate will be issued to successful candidates using the ERC online Course Management System (CMS). This is not a certificate of competency.
  • Participants cannot complete the course successfully unless they are present throughout the course. If, for a legitimate reason, a candidate misses an element of the course, then provided they successfully pass all the assessment components they may be permitted to complete the missed element on another course within 1 year.
  • Participants of Provider Courses who have completed all the assessments successfully will receive a Provider certificate.
  • All provider certificates are valid for one to five years as specified in 4.2.j. The NRC can reduce the validity of each course type certificate in their country.
  • It is the responsibility of the holder of the certificate to maintain their skills.
  • A participant who has passed a course will receive a certificate stating their successful completion of the course. A participant who needs to attend a Resit will receive a letter outlining which Stations they successfully completed and which need to be assessed again during such Resit. A participant who fails a course receives a letter of attendance.
  • NRCs may charge additional credits up to 4 times the number of credits charged by the ERC per participant. These credits are sold and collected by the ERC and the NRC amount is credited every 3 months based on the average credit price.