Continuing Education

Continuing Education Applications and Overview

All continuing education applications submitted to the Board for review must be received by the Board at least 20 days prior to the next regularly scheduled Board meeting and must include all appropriate fees. The Board meeting schedule can be found by clicking here.

Institutions, organizations and individuals wishing to become a qualified provider must submit the required application to the Board for review. Please download the Procedures, Guidelines and Applications to Become a Continuing Education Provider prior to submitting your application to the Board.

The Board’s Continuing Education Committee will review the application and make its recommendation to the Board to approve or deny the application or request additional information from the applicant. The Executive Director will inform the applicant, in writing, of the Board’s decision.

Course providers may be, but are not limited to, community, technical, junior colleges, universities, trade associations, providers of self-study and/or distance education programs, third party professional examination companies and others as determined by the Board to be qualified.

Instructors who teach continuing education classes for credit must be approved by the Board. The Board may deny an application if it is found that the applicant has failed to comply with the terms of any agreement or the rules of the Board. The Board shall hear any appeals from a denial at regularly scheduled meetings of the Board.