Frequently Asked Questions about Educational Transcripts
What information is included in the educational transcript?
Educational transcripts provide a full audit of the last 7 years of AIHA Distance Learning and Continuing Education courses. Beginning in May 1, 2010, the transcript supplies AIHce and PCIH PDC certification information and lists AIHce and PCIH attendance information for week day technical sessions. Note that education transcripts do not reflect speakers/presenters instruction credits.
When are educational transcripts updated?
Educational transcripts are typically updated within 45 days of course completion/attendance. Fall Conference 2013 records are now included in your transcript.
Is the educational transcript listed in my member profile acceptable proof-of-participation?
AIHA PDCs, Road Courses & Webinars: The AIHA Educational Transcript is an acceptable proof-of-participation record. CM hours or points as listed on the Educational Transcript are the values that the CIH reports to ABIH.
AIHA Conferences: The AIHA Educational Transcript is a partial proof-of- participation record. Additional supporting records are needed; see the ABIH web site for details. The CM hours or points listed on the Educational Transcript are the maximum CM credit values for the event. The CIH reports the CM hours or points based on their actual attendance in the technical sessions, which usually is less than the maximum.
Non-AIHA Events: The AIHA Educational Transcript is not acceptable as a proof-of-participation record or for determining CM credit value.
How can I print my transcript?
One option is to print your entire member profile from your browser. An alternative is to take a screenshot of just your educational transcript from your member profile. If you would like a copy of your transcript on AIHA letterhead for a AIHA Distance Learning or Continuing Education course, contact us at DLAssistant@aiha.org.
What do the headings on the education transcript mean?
* In January 2012, ABIH asked CIH’s to begin tracking technical contact hours instead of points, so the use of credit hours entered in transcripts is consistent with their new rules. For individuals maintaining their ABIH certification, the ABIH website has additional information on the CM point-to-hour conversion.
||The name of the educational course|
| Activity Date
||The date of the educational event. For courses longer than one day, the activity date is the first date the course was available.|
||When ABIH has required an approval code for an educational event, it will be listed here.|
||Passed or Attended indicate that the educational event was successfully completed. Enrolled, No Show or Failed indicate that the educational event has not yet been completed or will not be completed.|
||These points or hours are specific to the American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH). For any event in 2012 and thereafter, the values in the CM column are reported in CM hours. For any event prior to 2012, the values in the CM column are reported in CM points.*|
||This is a generic continuing education unit. Many organizations use this as a base to convert to their specific points format.|
||These values are specific to the Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP).|
||These values are specific to the Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (BCRSP).|
||These values are specific to the Canadian Registration Board of Occupational Hygienists (CRBOH).|
||This is a unit of measure representing the hours of scheduled instruction in an education event.|
Questions about your educational transcript or log in? Contact the Education Team at +1 703-849-8888 or DLAssistant@aiha.org.