How to Print Certificate of Completion for Activity

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When learners complete any activity through the AANP CE Center or part of an AANP Conference (in-person or on-demand), the data associated with that completion will automatically be stored in a user's CE Tracker profile. Learners can retrieve records of activity completion and certificates at any time by following the steps outlined below.


  1. Go to to access your AANP CE Tracker. If you are not already logged in, you will be asked to log in with your AANP credentials.


  1. On the CE Tracker page, set your display start date and end date to be the appropriate time range in which you would have completed the activity (if the default setting does not already cover it). Click the "Apply" button to apply any selected date changes and the page records will update accordingly.



  1. Locate the activity or activities for which you wish to retrieve your certificate of completion. There will be a column on the far-right side of the CE Tracker table called ACTIONS. In this column, click on the eye icon or the hyperlinked word "Cert" (whichever one is present for your activity).



  1. Doing this will display your certificate of completion in a new window (make sure not to have a pop-up blocker turned on for your browser). Within this window, you can use the "Print" button located in the upper right corner to print a physical copy of the certificate to your local printing device or print a PDF digital copy of the certificate to your computer.



    NOTE: In this same window, you can also choose to resend a copy of the certificate as an email to yourself. By default you will receive a copy of the certificate of completion for an activity the first time that you complete it, but you can use the "Send Certificate Email" button on the certificate screen at any time to resend a copy if needed. The email address that the certificate is sent to is the same email address associated with your user profile.



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