Certified Licensing Professionals, Inc.

Elevating the Licensing Profession Through Knowledge and Standards


Testimonials

“I became a CLP to affirm and certify that I had the knowledge and expertise of a licensing professional.  I maintain my credential as I work in the field, it motivates me to continue to add to my knowledge, and the credential is recognized by external parties as well as my peers.

As a volunteer on the Standards, Admissions, and Recertification (SAR) committee, I benefit from discovering the depth and breadth of CLPs involved and engaged in a diversity of continuing education activities that continue to contribute to our profession.“ 

- David L. Gulley, PhD

Director, Technology Transfer Office

Puerto Rico Science, Technology and Research Trust

CLP Emeritus

Certified Licensing Professionals, Inc. is now accepting applications for the CLP Emeritus status – a designation that recognizes individuals who have earned and held the Certified Licensing Professional (CLP) credential, in good standing, but are now retired from full-time employment. The offering comes at the requests of, and in order to recognize, CLP certificants who have had successful careers in licensing/IP but are no longer able to maintain the credential due to their employment status.

In order to apply for CLP Emeritus status, an individual must:

  • Have held the CLP credential, in good standing, within the last three (3) years;
  • Be retired from full-time employment (Note: a limited amount of part-time work is allowable, such as independent consulting, board seats, or pro bono work); 
  • Pay a one-time fee of $150 USD; and,
  • Use the credential as “CLP Emeritus” only (Note: use of the “CLP” credential is not permitted).

Once granted, individuals must notify CLP, Inc. if they re-enter full time employment in the licensing field, and therefore no longer meet the Emeritus Status requirements. To reinstate the CLP credential, individuals are required to re-apply, pay for, and pass the CLP examination. Individuals who are granted the status are not required to earn continuing education (CE) credits.

A listing of individuals who hold the CLP Emeritus status is available on the CLP web site. Note: those holding the CLP Emeritus designation will not be listed in the online registry of current CLP certificants. 

 

Certified Licensing Professionals, Inc.

4009 Corning Place Drive, Suite E2-378, Charlotte, NC 28216
Phone: (888) 391-7719 Email: clpinfo@licensingcertification.org

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