SAP Continuing Education

To maintain your SAP qualification, DOT requires that you complete 12 professional development hours (e.g., CEUs) during every 3-year period following the date of your SAP Exam.

The content of these professional development hours must be specific to DOT’s rules and the SAP process.  40.281(d)(1) states:

This continuing education must include material concerning new technologies, interpretations, recent guidance, rule changes, and other information about developments in SAP practice, pertaining to the DOT program, since the time you met the qualification training requirements of this section.”

In addition, your professional development hours must include a test or a quiz, to reflect what you have learned.  (This test is not a SAP Exam).

40.281(d)(2) states:

Your continuing education activities must include documentable assessment tools to assist you in determining whether you have adequately learned the material.”

Continuing Ed Requirements

  • Complete 12 continuing education hours
  • Take a continuing ed quiz to demonstrate your knowledge of the training materials

This process applies to SAPs who have already completed the qualifying SAP Exam. The initial process to Become a SAP is different.

Learn more about what’s required for SAPs by the DOT.

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Free study guides

Use these free study guides to prepare for a SAPlist U continuing education module.  These guides can also be used as resources for your regular SAP practice.

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After you purchase your quiz, it will remain available to you in your account until you are ready to complete it.  Upon passing the quiz, your certificate will be held in your account, always available to you. 

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