|Website User Education|
The members only section of the website has many features to explore and utilize and we will introduce new ones in the future. Below, please find some guidance to help you make the most out of your membership and our online platform! Additional information will be added over time.
To login to your account:
Visit www.portlandvma.org and login to your account with your login information previously provided by email or you created when you applied online. Please contact the office if you need the information again.
How to change your login information:
Once you login, you will land on the ‘Manage Profile’ page, click on ‘Edit Bio’ located just under the 'Information and Settings' header and you will see the options to change your username and password as well as fill in any additional information you would like! If you end up elsewhere or are exploring, the teal menu box labeled 'My Profile' in the upper right of your screen will always be the easiest place to quickly access what you need in your account when you are logged in.
Viewing and printing PVMA CE records:
Once logged in, you should land on the 'Manage Profile' page that acts like your homepage with links to the various features and parts of your account. If not, click on 'Manage Profile' located in the teal green box to the upper right of the page labeled "My Profile". Scroll about half way down the page and you will find 'Professional Development' located under 'Content and Features'.
Once you click on that, you will be taken to a list of the events you have attended. If there are none listed, we do not have record of you attending a PVMA CE event. I do make mistakes so if you did attend an event, please email me and I will double check sign in sheets!
You can click on the print or view icons to the left of each event title to see the certificate with the lecture title and speaker. For the summary of all of the events, click on print transcript. It lists all the events with dates, credits earned and a total on one document, a ‘transcript’.