License Renewal Date
CPE Reporting Period
1/1 to 12/31 biennial rolling
80 hours required over a rolling 2-year period, with a minimum of 20 hours per year.
4 hours of professional ethics is required during each 2-year rolling period.
Other Subject Area Requirements
* University or college courses: Credit courses – each semester hour credit = 15 hours CE; Non-credit courses – each classroom hour will equal one qualifying hour.
* Speaker, Discussion Leader Or Instructor: Actual preparation time is allowable up to double the presentation time. For example, a total of three hours is allowable for a presentation qualifying for one hour of in-class credit.
Other State Policies
* Credit for publication of an article or book may be allowed with prior approval by the Board. The Board may allow credit for continuing education for the publication of an article or book written by a practitioner if: (a) A written evaluation of the article or book is prepared by a person designated by the Board and submitted to the Board for its review; and (b) After a review of the evaluation, the Board determines that the article or book contributes to the professional knowledge and competence of the practitioner.
* Programs for independent study or self-study are acceptable if they are approved by the Board.
Non-Residency Licensees Requirement
A non-resident licensee seeking renewal of a license in this state shall meet the CPE requirement of this rule by meeting the CPE requirements for renewal of a license in the licensee’s state of residence. If the state of residence has no CPE requirements for renewal of a license, the non-resident licensee must comply with all the CPE requirements for renewal of a license in Nevada.