At this time (February 1st) we're waiting on the data transfer project to conclude before making the 2016 Progress Report available. The report will be submitted through the 3.1 site and the Certification Board has not yet set a due date. As soon as it is available, Austin staff will post instructions to the 3.1 landing page and cross post to Facebook.

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Many departments have individuals under the age of 18 and although these individuals cannot officially participate in the SFFMA Certification Program, the department can still track their training through SFFMA Online. When entering a junior member of the department, go ahead and set the record to “inactive.” This will prevent the system from erroneously charging membership dues when the individual is ineligible for benefits. Track their training along with everyone else as you normally would, then the day they turn 18, set their record to “active.” This will allow you to generate their membership dues statement along with checking to verify if they are eligible for certification.

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