Certificate FAQs

PCE Symposia Certificates

I didn’t receive my PCE Symposia Series certificate. When will I be getting it?

PCE has updated to a self-serve certificate process that will allow you to access your certificate at any time from our website. Certificates are delivered to your PCE account 6-8 weeks after each meeting and you will be notified by email once your certificate is available.

Can I download my certificate from PCE’s website?

Yes. Please log in at www.practicingclinicians.com/testing to view your profile and available certificates. If you can't remember your password, click “Forgot Your Password?” link and follow the instructions on the page.

I haven’t received/cannot find my certificate from a past symposium that I attended. How can I get a new copy?

Please provide us with your name, the program for which you need a certificate, the email address you used to register, and if different, the email address you’d like the certificate to be sent to. Email this information to pce@practicingclinicians.com, and we will send your certificate within 48 hours.

Online Activities

Even if I am properly signed in and complete an activity, I don’t always receive a certificate once I take the post-test. Why?

You must receive a passing score on the post-test in order to receive a certificate. If you did not receive a passing score, you may retake the post-test until you pass.

How do I get my certificate for an activity I have completed?

Please log into your PCE account at www.practicingclinicians.com/testing. Your certificates can be viewed and printed from your profile page.

I’ve forgotten my password that I used to create my PCE account. How can I reset it so I can gain access to my profile again?

Please go to www.practicingclinicians.com/testing and click on the “Forgot Your Password” link and follow the instructions on the page.

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