Acupuncture CEU

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Welcome to Acupuncture Continuing Education or ACE

Acupuncture CEUs Requirements by board and state are listed below for your reference. NCCAOM PDA courses can be taken for most states such as Texas, Oregon, Washington and many others. For California or Florida, you will find your state requirements on this page.  Feel free to click around and find out what acupuncture CEUs you need to be up to date.  Also keep in mind, most states accept NCCAOM requirements for continuing education.

NCCAOM Recertification Requirements:

Provider # 1208

NCCAOM courses can be taken for most states such as CTCMA of British Columbia (Canada), Texas, Washington, Oregon, Virginia, Maryland, Minnesota, Massachusetts, Colorado, Arizona, and many others. Please note specific state CEU requirement may differ in terms of the amount of credits needed and the length of the renewal period compared to NCCAOM requirements. 

60 PDA points or Acupuncture CEUs are required in a four year recertification cycle. Acupuncture CEU or PDA points may not be submitted twice during a recertification cycle nor may they be carried over from one cycle to another. 

Core Competency PDA points are given for active learning that is conducted in a classroom or online in specific areas.  All 60 points may be earned in the Core Competency section.

**These credits may also be used for the CTCMA of British Columbia (Canada) – a maximum of 16 Hours per reporting period may be obtained through distance learning courses or webinars. 


60 Acupuncture CEUs or PDA every 4 years:

26 PDA minimum up to 56 of AOM & Biomedicine.

2 PDA of Safety

2 PDA of Ethics

CPR Course in addition to the above 60 credits every 4 years.

California Acupuncture Recertification Requirements:

Provider # 1304

50 CEUs needed every 2 years before the last day of your birthday month.

25 Acupuncture CEUs may be completed through distance learning or online courses.  Only 5 CEUs may be obtained in Category 2, which is defined below.  The other half of Acupuncture CEUs (25), or all of them, may be obtained in person or through a live webinar.

To renew your California license, a fee of $325 must be submitted with the renewal notice every 2 years in order to maintain your license.  Licensees practicing with a license that is expired are subject to disciplinary action and an extra fee.

Category 1 Courses:  “Courses related to clinical matters or the actual provision of health care to patients.” Subjects include Acupuncture/TCM, western bio-medicine, nutrition, etc.  Please view the California course criteria page for more information

Category 2 Courses:  Non-patient related subjects such as business, law, practice management, etc.

Here is the break down of the 50 Credits:

  • 25 credits Distance Learning (ex. Online Reading Material).
  • 25 Credits Have to be Live (ex. Class face to face interaction, or Live Webinar).
  • 5 credits out of the 50 could be business or practice management courses (Category 2).

Florida Acupuncture Recertification Requirements

Current licenses will expire on February 18, 2018, at 12 PM Midnight, Eastern Time.  Please note credit hours are not retroactive or cumulative.  All credit hours must be earned within the biennium for which they are claimed.

30 CEUs needed every two years before February 28, 2018.  
Here is the breakdown of the 30 Credits:
21 General Hours
5  Bio-Medicine
2 Medical Errors
2 Laws & Rules

Licensees renewing for the first time are REQUIRED to complete 2 Hours of Medical Errors and 3 Hours of HIV/AIDS.

We report all your credits to CE Broker!
Take a look at all of our Acupuncture CEUs approved by the Florida Board by viewing our CE Broker Provider home page. 

New York Recertification

New York accepts NCCAOM approved Acupuncture CEU or PDA courses.

NCCAOM Recertification Requirements are listed above.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How does it work?

Getting started is simple.  In 5 easy steps, you are on your way with your certificate of completion!

Registration occurs while you complete the forms on the check out page.

 

Add a course or package to your Cart and go to Check-out.

• Create an account – this step will happen automatically at Check-out.  Your Username will be your E-mail, your password can be whatever you like.

• Place your order.  You will then be re-directed to the My Courses page, where your newly purchased courses will be.

• Read the material, take the quiz, and submit your answers.

• Receive your Certificate!

 

Where do I click to browse your CEU / PDA courses?

Get started by clicking here → Acupuncture CEU Courses Online , where you will find a list of boards/states to choose from. Please select NCCAOM, California, Florida, or New York to browse CEUs and PDAs.

How long does my certificate remain in my account for?

Your certificate should be available to you immediately after you have completed the reading material, worksheet question, and have passed the quiz questions.  Your certificate will be available in your account for up to one year.  We recommend that you immediately print out two copies of your course completion certificates, one to keep for your records, and the other for your respective licensing board.  If you have any technical issues with accessing a certificate for a course you completed, please call or email us so we can assist you.
(401) 830-CEUS
acucontinuingeducation@gmail.com

I don’t see my state on your website… How come?

If you don’t see your state, don’t worry!  Most states accept NCCAOM approved CEUs/PDAs for acupuncture license renewal.  If you have specific questions regarding the CEUs your state accepts, please contact them directly.

Do you submit my certificates to NCCAOM/ the State Board?

We do not submit any certificates on behalf of the licensed acupuncturists to the NCCAOM or the State Board.  However if you need CEUs for Florida, we will report the CEU credits you have completed directly to CE Broker within 7 days of having finished the course(s).

Do I have to read all the material in one shot?

If you cannot finish reading the material, no problem!  Simply close out of material and sign out of your account.  When you sign back in to your account later on, your material will still be available for you to finish reading where you left off.

What are your provider numbers?

NCCAOM 1208.  California Board 1304.  Florida Board 50-19152.

What is your Refund Policy?

Course content is instantly available to the Course Participant after purchase, so therefore course fees are non-refundable.  If you intended to purchase a specific course and there was a mistake in your order, please let us know and we will exchange the course for you.

No refunds will be granted after certificates of course completion have been given to the course participant.

What are your Terms & Conditions?

You can view our Terms & Conditions here.

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