Help Center / Does a continuing education course offered as a “live webinar”, count toward “live” continuing education hours?

If a course allows “interaction” with the provider/host/instructor during the course or program, in “real time”, it may be counted as a “Live” course. The questions you may consider in this determination would be as… Will the Live webinar allow/provide interaction for signing in? attendance recognition? the possibility of asking questions, commenting, etc., i.e. interaction back and forth? If it is only a recording of a previous, in the past live program, and there is not the ability to interact with the presenter/host, it is not a “Live” course. Interactive courses must allow the opportunity for interaction (communication back and forth) with presenter/host/instructor during the presentation of the program.

To find Board approved providers offering such “live” courses, you may search in CE Broker at: Select the “Live Courses” Tab, and one of the following categories: “Broadcasted Interactive Event” or “Web Based Program”. Interactive courses must be in “real time” and allow the opportunity for interaction with presenter/host.