Help Center / Can I place my license in an Inactive status and be exempt from continuing education requirements?

All licensees accrue continuing education requirements, whether active or inactive. You can renew without having the continuing education requirements by requesting to put your license in an Inactive status and pay the $60 renewal fee. You may even continue to renew inactive at subsequent renewals. However, understand the main advantage to placing a license in inactive status is to keep your license from becoming delinquent or null and void for non-renewal because you have not completed the required continuing education hours. When you decide to reactivate to a Clear/Active status you must complete and submit proof of 26 continuing education hours for the licensure biennium you changed your license to an  inactive status, and for each subsequent biennium you renewed inactive. You must also pay a $100 reactivation fee and appropriate $50 change of status fee if outside of a renewal window. Because you choose not to work in Florida, does not mean your license must be in an Inactive status. See FAQ: What are my Renewal options?