Continuing Education

Continuing Education Requirements

This is an all-encompassing term that applies to obtaining contact hours across a broad-spectrum learning activities and programs. Some examples include degree credit courses, non-degree career training, self-directed learning, experiential learning, seminars, workshops, conference presentations, classroom lectures and participation in Chaplain or Supervisory Connections Groups. The method and format of delivery may be face-to-face, distance/online learning, printed texts/workbooks, tele-seminar, webinar, online learning or the use of videotaped/CD/DVD material.

The annual continued education and compliance form can be filled out here and should be submitted by December 31 every year.