The VSPS system to apply for renewal on-line and complete APHIS Approved Supplemental Training modules will be down Sunday, July 27th 3:00 pm MDT through Monday, July 28th 1:00 am MDT for maintenance. While the VSPS system is down, you may still access modules for APHIS Approved Supplemental Training, but you will not be able to receive a certificate of completion. You may still apply for renewal during this time period by submitting a paper application, VS Form 1-36A, which you can sign in ink and mail to your VS District Office. If you have any questions or concerns please contact your NVAP Coordinator.
The renewal process is a two-step process as follows:
The application can either be submitted on-line or via paper.
You can read written instructions demonstrating how to apply for renewal on-line or watch a ten-minute video on the renewal process. NVAP strongly recommends you not postpone the renewal process until just before your accreditation expires. The database you access to take your APHIS Approved Supplemental Training and retrieve your certificates of completion, as well as the database you access to apply for renewal of accreditation may be unavailable at any time due to maintenance schedules or technical problems outside our control.
You may complete your training anytime during your three-year renewal cycle but may not apply to renew your accreditation until six months prior to your assigned Accreditation Renewal Date (ARD).
If you do not know your ARD, contact your local Veterinary Services (VS) NVAP Coordinator in the State where your business address is located. The National Veterinary Accreditation Program sends e-mail reminders six, three, and one month prior to your ARD. If you prefer to receive one reminder via US Postal Service three months prior to your ARD in lieu of e-mail reminders, contact your VS NVAP Coordinator and request that they remove your email address from our records.
If you perform accredited duties in more than one State, it is only necessary to renew your accreditation one time.