The Professional Standards Program (PSP) is a voluntary program established by the National Association of Education Office Professionals (NAEOP) to encourage education office professionals to grow professionally. The privilege of participation will be open to active and retired members only.
The program is designed as a series of five levels in Option I and nine levels in Option II. The awarding of a certificate based on education, experience and professional activity recognizes each level of achievement in the program. The current highest-level certificate must be recertified five years from issue date or upgraded according to the guidelines to be considered current by NAEOP.
A member who holds the Advanced III, Option I, or Associate Degree or higher under Option II is qualified to apply for the distinction of Certified Educations Office Employee (CEOE).
The program is governed by the Professional Standards Program governing body, referred to as the Governing Board. The PSP Committee makes recommendations to the Governing Board. The final decision is made by the NAEOP Board of Directors.
If interested in obtaining your PSP certificate,
here is some useful information:
PSP Chair: Angela Garcia, 426-3929, email@example.com
* Keep track of all training your receive either on or off campus (Training Record Template)
* Get a copy of your unofficial transcript to check your education credits
* Make copies of all certificates of training (make sure you get a certificate at each training you attend)
* Keep track of all your membership/volunteer work in BSUAOP, IAEOP, and NAEOP (10 points are needed for PSP applicants)
Membership = 1 point per year
Elected Officer = 2 points
Committee Chair = 2 points
Committee Member = 1 point
Workshop/Seminar leader or keynote speaker = 1 point
For complete requirements, request a PSP book from NAEOP, PO Box 12619, Wichita, KS, 67277-2619 or click pspbook.
The PSP Program is endorsed by:
The American Association of School Administrators
The American Association for Public Continuing and Adult Education
The Association of School Business Officials
The National Association of Elementary School Principals
The National Association of Secondary School Principals
The underlying concepts of the Program are endorsed by:
The National Business Education Association
The National School Boards Association