I shall attempt to address your post in as professional manner as possible.
As you know, I am not into playing NACHI politics or prone to intrusions into affairs which do not immediately affect me. However, as your message is directed to the Education Committee, and as Chairman of this Committee, I shall consider it my responsibility to address this matter.
It was our understanding, you had been banned from NACHI, for a period of one year.
In as much as you were prohibited from assuming any roles, or allowed participation in any functions within NACHI, the Illinois license for the referenced course materials was not reapplied for, as per State of Illinois requirements.
Therefore, this course is not presently licensed in the State of Illinois.
With that being said, we can also advise you, the course materials are still available for licensing. All that is required for a continuation of licensing, is for NACHI to submit the appropriate fee, to the NACHI, State of Illinois Educational Administrator.
You reference yourself as being a ( Provider for both areas ).
Unless you have become a Licensed Educational Provider within the framework of the Illinois Dept. of Financial and Professional Regulations within the past few days, I suggest this statement be incorrect.
NACHI, is the licensed Educational Provider, and as such, was also the referenced course materials; ie, the course you prepared and provided to NACHI, was also licensed as a NACHI Educational course.
We do not fault you on this reference, due to the fact, every State / Province has different rules and regulations, making it somewhat difficult to
As far as Massachusetts, further investigation may be required.
Unless, or until an official notice, or something is received in writing, we shall continue to abide by the standing NACHI, MAB / SOP Board rulings.
We hope you can understand our position, and address the matters accordingly.
We look forward to working with you again in the near future.