Former CTCS designates who wish to regain their designation and are eligible may do so by re-certifying. Re-certification involves payment of a fee and a successful completion of an examination.
An individual who has lost their CTCS designation in the past 6 years is eligible to re-certify. Individuals may re-certify only once.
The fee is CDN $550+taxes; includes the examination fee and the renewal fee in the year re-certification was obtained. Registration for CTCS re-certification will not be finalized until the CSCB National Office has received payment in full. There will be a CDN $35 fee for NSF cheques. Candidates may withdraw their application prior to examination; however, an administrative fee of CDN $50 will apply.
As with all CTCS exams, this examination will be held online, supervised by a CSCB staff member. It will be scheduled with the candidate during available CTCS exam dates/times. Exam requirements are the same as for the CTCS exams, i.e. a gmail account and a webcam.
The exam consists of multiple choice and short answer questions. There will be 6 questions from each of the 8 mandatory CTCS modules and 12 questions from current trade events, for a total of 60 questions to be completed in 2 hours. The passing grade is 70%.
Candidates will not be given access to course materials; however, they may use any other reference materials. Examinations are not returned. Examinations will offered as of end of January 2020.
Upon successful completion of the re-certification exam, the designate will be mailed a CTCS certificate and a pin. They may also use the designation, CTCS (Certified Trade Compliance Specialist), as long as the designate meets the ongoing prefessional development requirements.
Candidates are responsible for maintaining the reliability of all their contact information through their CSCB accounts. Failure to do so may result in delays of marks, certificates, or other documents.
Registration is ongoing. Please click on the Register button below to proceed.