Utah Acupuncture CEU / PDA Requirements
Utah Acupuncture Continuing Education Requirements
Welcome Utah Acupuncturists!
ACE is proud to offer Acupuncture CEU/PDA courses for Utah Acupuncturists seeking to renew their license. Stay on top of your Acupuncture CE requirements and further your professional skills with ACE. Choose from a variety of different online courses pertaining to Acupuncture, TCM/Oriental Medicine, Herbs, Ethics, and Bio-Medicine subjects. We strive to make obtaining acupuncture CE online a seamless process, which is why you receive your certificate of completion immediately after passing the course.
The state of Utah accepts NCCAOM approved courses for acupuncture license renewal. Please visit the NCCAOM PDA or CEU page for current course listings.
Exam Requirement for Licensure
To become a licensed acupuncturist, the state of Utah requires a passing score as determined by the NCCAOM on all examinations for certification by NCCAOM.
License Renewal Cycle – Procedures
A licensee must complete 30 continuing education units (CEU) within the two-year renewal period.
Renewal qualifications shall include:
Either documentation of current and active NCCAOM certification; or
Meeting the same professional development requirements as those licensed under this chapter.
The division shall notify each licensee in accordance with procedures established by rule that the licensee’s license is due for renewal.
If the division does not receive the application for renewal, renewal fee, and needed documentation showing completion or compliance with renewal qualifications by the license expiration date, then the license will not be renewed.
Examples of renewal qualifications which by statue or rule the division may require the licensee to documentation completion or compliance with include:
Utilization plan and protocol
Certification renewal; and
Calibration of equipment
A licensed acupuncturist who practices animal acupuncture is required to fulfill 100 hours of animal acupuncture education and training. This training must include the following:
Completing 50 hours of on the job training under the supervision of a licensed veterinarian;
Completing animal anatomy training; and
Completing the remaining hours in animal specific continuing education