Continuing Education and CEUs
The American Chiropractic Association (ACA) provides reliable, credible, high-quality continuing education (CE) for chiropractic professionals.
ACA is a PACE-approved CE provider. For more information on PACE and a complete list of state licensing boards that accept PACE, click here.
The CEU credits for ACA programs are facilitated through the University of Bridgeport's Health Sciences Postgraduate Education Department for Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Minnesota, Mississippi, Washington, Florida, Missouri, New York, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
It is the responsibility of each participating doctor to be aware of CE rules and requirements of the state(s) in which he/she is licensed, including acceptable topics for CE and license-renewal credit. Check with your state licensing board for the most current CE information and requirements for your state-related to seminars, webinars or on-demand learning.
Seminar/Symposium Attendance & Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
ACA seminars that offer CEUs are subject to audits to ensure compliance with state licensing board regulations. Attendance is monitored, and attendees will be required to sign in or have their event credentials scanned prior to the start and at the end of each session. Attendees are responsible for ensuring their attendance is recorded. Failure to comply could result in negated CEUs.
Note- Some states do not recognize online learning for Continuing Education credit.
Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, and Wyoming do not accept online courses or webinars. Arkansas allows online courses, but will not allow webinars for CEU credit.
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