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  *Please refer to the Rules (R3-11-402) to be sure that the CE you plan to take will be approved! We encourage you not to register for a course until you determine if it will be accepted for CE credit!

 

Check here for courses that have been approved by the Board through March 26, 2014.  This list does not include courses that are considered approved per the Administrative Rules (e.g. "RACE" approved CE)

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R3-11-401. Continuing Education

A. During the two-year period preceding license expiration, a licensee shall complete 20 credit hours of Board-approved continuing education, subject to the following:

          1. A maximum of two credit hours in practice management;

          2. One credit hour for each hour of attendance at a veterinary college seminar;

          3. One credit hour for each hour of attendance at a scientific meeting related to veterinary medicine;

          4. A maximum of five credit hours for:

               a. Each hour spent developing or presenting a presentation related to veterinarymedicine;

               b. Each hour of study using tapes or CDs, and

               c. Each hour spent reading articles in veterinary journals or periodicals pertaining to veterinary  medicine or controlled substances; and

         5. One credit hour for each hour of continuing education obtained on the Internet.

B. A licensee receiving an initial license in an even-numbered year is required to complete 10 credit hours of continuing education before the licensee’s initial renewal date.

         1. If the licensee graduated from a veterinary college within 11 months before the license application date, the licensee   may apply 10 credit hours of veterinary college course work to fulfill the continuing education requirement.

         2. After the initial renewal the licensee shall complete 20 credit hours of continuin education as required in subsection (A).

C. During the two-year period preceding certificate expiration, a certificate holder shall complete 10 credit hours of Board-approved continuing education, subject to the following:

          1. One credit hour for each hour of attendance at a veterinary college seminar;

          2. One credit hour for each hour of attendance at a class at a veterinary technology school;

          3. One credit hour for each hour of attendance at a scientific meeting related to the work of a veterinary technician;

          4. A maximum of two and one half credits hours for:

                a. Each hour spent developing or presenting a presentation related to the work of a veterinary technician;

                b. Each hour of study using tapes or CDs, and

                c. Each hour spent reading articles in veterinary journals or periodicals pertaining to veterinary medicine or controlled substances; and

          5. One credit hour for each hour of continuing education obtained on the Internet.

D.  A certificate holder receiving an initial certificate in an even-numbered year shall complete five credit hours of continuing education before the certificate holder's initial renewal date. Thereafter, the certificate holder shall complete 10 credit hours of continuing education for the licensing period.

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