Qualifications of Certificants
Holders of an active NCBC certification CGRA (“Certificants”) must have successfully completed a NCBC administered certification process and must be in good standing with NCBC. In connection with certification and any renewals of certification, NCBC shall promptly issue certificates to Certificants, setting forth the NCBC certification designating them as certified by NCBC-CGRA. Only individuals who have been granted the certification and appropriately maintained the certification may use the CGRA certification mark. Use of the certification mark may only be used within the scope for which the certification was granted and not in a misleading or fraudulent manner. NCBC maintains the right to take all appropriate steps including legal or other action, such as requiring the discontinuation of the use of the designation, suspension during investigation, or revocation of the certification, to protect its rights from unauthorized use.
Any certification mark issued by NCBC-CGRA is the property of NCBC-CGRA and may be revoked by NCBC-CGRA as determined by NCBC-CGRA. In such event, any former certification holder shall no longer be deemed to be a Certificant and shall be required to return all certificates containing the CGRA certification mark to NCBC.