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|Continuing Education and Events|
|Tuesday, April 07, 2015 07:26 AM|
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Every licensee renewing an active chiropractic license must meet the CE requirements outlined in Board Rule 75.5.
Basically, you must complete 16 hours of Continuing Education (CE) each renewal cycle, four of which are in Board-required topics. No more than six hours may be obtained through online courses. However, webinars are treated as live courses in Texas.
The 16 hours may be completed at any course or seminar chosen by the licensee, as long as the course or seminar has been approved in advance by the Board.
If you fail to complete your 16 hours, your license will be renewed, but it will be placed in a probated status for up to 12 months. At the conclusion of the 12 months, if you still have not remedied the delinquent CE hours, your license will be considered expired, backdated to the beginning date of the probationary year. Note, this renders your license non-renewable, and you will need to apply as a new licensee for a new license. The Board is auditing licensee CE completion UPON renewal and is checking to make sure everyone is current on CE requirements. Don’t risk your license by not completing your hours.