IDP 2.0: Last Chance to Submit Hours Before the Rollover!

Rollover to IDP 2.0

28 March 2012

On 3-5 April 2012, NCARB will implement the final phase of IDP 2.0. This week is your last opportunity to submit experience in advance of the rollover to IDP 2.0.

The Rollover:
  • At noon EDT 3 April 2012 the e-EVR shuts down.
  • On 5 April 2012, the final phase of IDP 2.0 launches, along with a new reporting system.
Status of Your Hours

Remember! Experience hours in reports in a "saved" status will not qualify for exemptions. For those hours to qualify, they must be SUBMITTED prior to the April 3 rollover.

Approval of Hours

In order to be eligible for possible exemptions, you must submit your reports before April 3; however, your supervisor does not need to approve your reports prior to April 3. Reports approved after April 5 will receive exemptions and/or waivers if applicable. Do not ask your supervisor to approve your reports prior to April 3. Supervisors accessing the e-EVR will increase delays leading up to the rollover.

Don't Wait to Submit

The system will be slow over the next week—including during non-business hours—as more interns than usual access the system. The best times to access the e-EVR are Thursday-Sunday between 5 p.m. and 8 a.m.

Last Chance to Prepare
  • Check the status of your hours in the e-EVR.
  • Use the Rollover Calculator to see how your hours will roll over to IDP 2.0.
  • Check out all of the rollover resources available.
  • Meet with your supervisor before you submit your report(s)
    • Review your report with your supervisor prior to submitting it to decrease the possibility of it being rejected or returned for edits—both of which could affect possible exemptions or waivers.
  • Submit your experience in advance of 3 April 2012.

IDP 2.0 Rollover Tools
What You Need to Know: Status of Your Hours
What You Need to Know: Exemptions
What You Need to Know: Experience Settings

Don't Wait. Submit your IDP hours now.

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