recertification

Certification Status

Not sure if you need to renew your status? To learn more about renewing your certification, scroll down below. You can go to the Certificate Request Link if you wish to request a copy of your certificate.

If your certification status has expired within the last 90 days of today's date and you meet the recertification requirements, you are eligible to renew your status online. After 90 days, you will no longer be eligible to renew your status online which will result in a loss of your certification status.

If you require additional information, email our training team at rideshare@ctaa.org.

Thank you for continuing efforts to support our transit community.

PASS (Passenger Assistance Safety and Sensitivity) Trainer

To renew your PASS Trainer certification, the registrant MUST hold a current (PASS) Trainer certification, Pay the required recertification fee.

If your PASS Trainer certification has expired: Register and pay the registration fee to attend the PASS Train-the-Trainer course, click our Training Calendar for more information.

PASS (Passenger Assistance Safety and Sensitivity) Driver

To renew your PASS Driver certification, the registrant must have a current CTAA (PASS) wheelchair occupant securement certificate on file with CTAA office in category A or category B;

  • Category A - Driver attended the (PASS) Driver Two-day Classroom training in person
  • Category B - Driver completed the PASS basic online PLUS attended the half-day classroom training in person.

Option I - Driver completed the PASS Basic Renewal Online on the CTAA website and driver must attend wheelchair class in person conducted by a certified CTAA (PASS) Trainer in order to receive PASS driver certification. Driver must contact CTAA (PASS) Trainer to schedule securement class; additional fees will apply. Email rideshare@ctaa.org for list.

Option II - Driver completes the PASS Driver Classroom training online, eligible participants can register here, pay required fee and choose the "Driver" option. Must upload certificate for verification

Failure to recertify your driver status at the end of the two-year certification period will result in a loss of your certification status. You will be required complete basic online and must attend wheelchair class in person conducted by a certified CTAA (PASS) Trainer.

If you wish to request a copy of a certificate, click here.

CCTM (Certified Community Transit Manager)

To renew your three year (CCTM) certification you will need to meet the following requirements

  • Hold current Certified Community Transit Manager (CCTM) certification
  • Be employed in a transit or transit-related managerial position
  • Attended minimum of 20 hours of instruction within the three-year certification period, covering 3 of the 5 certification subject areas:
  • Human Resource Management
  • Financial Management
  • Operations Management
  • Transit Development
  • Procurement and Contracting
  • File a re-certification application
  • Pay the required recertification fee

If you meet these requirements, click here to begin.

Failure to submit a CCTM recertification application at the end of the three-year certification period will result in a loss of your certification status.

CCTS (Certified Community Transit Supervisor)

To renew your three year CCTS certification you will need to meet the following requirements:

If you meet these requirements, click here to begin.

Failure to recertify your CCTS status at the end of the three-year certification period will result in a loss of your certification status. You will be required to attend CCTS course, applicable fees will apply.

VMMI (Vehicle Maintenance Management and Inspection)

To renew your three year VMMI certification you will need to meet the following requirements:

If you meet these requirements, click here to begin.

Failure to recertify your VMMI status at the end of the three-year certification period will result in a loss of your certification status. You will be required to attend VMMI course, applicable fees will apply.

PDS (Professional Dispatching and Scheduling)

To renew your three year PDS certification you will need to meet the following requirements:

If you meet these requirements, click here to begin.

Failure to recertify your PDS status at the end of the three-year certification period will result in a loss of your certification status. You will be required to attend PDS course, applicable fees will apply.

CSSO (Certified Safety and Security Officer)

To renew your three year CSSO certification you will need to meet the following requirements:

  • Hold current Certified Safety and Security Officer (CSSO) certification
  • Be employed in a transit or transit-related managerial position
  • Have attended at least 20 hours of instruction within the three-year certification period, covering 6 of the 9-certification subject areas. These areas are:
  • Leadership and Management
  • Transit Operations
  • Vehicles and Maintenance
  • Facilities and Maintenance
  • Personnel
  • Training
  • Organizational Safety
  • Organizational Security
  • Community Emergency Response Preparedness
  • File a re-certification application
  • Pay the required recertification fee

If you meet these requirements, click here to begin.

Failure to submit a CSSO recertification application at the end of the three-year certification period will result in a loss of your certification status.

CTPA (Certified Transit Public Administrator)

To renew your three year CTPA certification you will need to meet the following requirements:

  • Hold current Certified Transit Program Administrator (CTPA) certification
  • Be employed as a state-level transit administration or a closely related administrative position
  • Attended at least 20 hours of instruction within the three-year certification period, covering 4 of the 7 certification subject areas;
  • Service Planning and System Development
  • Budgeting and Financial Management
  • Transportation Operation Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Procurement and Contract Management
  • Organizational Leadership
  • Transportation Grants Management
  • File a re-certification application
  • Pay the required recertification fee

If you meet these requirements, click here to begin.

Failure to submit a CTPA recertification application at the end of the three-year certification period will result in a loss of your certification status.

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn

The Community Transportation Association of America (CTAA) and its members believe that mobility is a basic human right. From work and education to life-sustaining health care and human services programs to shopping and visiting with family and friends, mobility directly impacts quality of life.