markelmarcel

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Dec 17, 2009
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Hi all! So, now that I'm licensed, I've attended 3 continuing education courses thus far. I was wondering where do I keep track of this officially so that my licensure renewal will not be at risk? My employer doesn't require a copy of my certificate, so I've just been keeping my information filed myself...
 

DPTinFL

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Jun 28, 2009
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Physical Therapist
My state uses CEbroker.com. Some CEU providers report automatically to them, some you enter manually. You can create a free account with them and track your CEUs. Before CEBroker, it was based on honor system meaning when you renewed your license, you would just put in the amount of hours you've taken and the state would randomly audit people.
 
Jun 29, 2010
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I would like to know how we go about the CEU credit in California. If anybody could help. I am also a new licensed PT. Thanks in advance for the help. And where are good websites to go for CEU credit.
 

ptisfun2

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Jan 14, 2013
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Hi all! So, now that I'm licensed, I've attended 3 continuing education courses thus far. I was wondering where do I keep track of this officially so that my licensure renewal will not be at risk? My employer doesn't require a copy of my certificate, so I've just been keeping my information filed myself...
aPTitude through FSBPT: https://pt.fsbpt.net/aptitude. This site will report to all states you are licensed in, and is quick and easy to use.
 
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markelmarcel

7+ Year Member
Dec 17, 2009
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Cool! thanks for the suggestions! Right now I'm just keeping my things all together in a folder, but I may use an online system just so that if something were to happen to the physical copies, I'd still have proof. Thank you to all!
 

callmecrazy

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Jul 17, 2008
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where do we go to find classes & how do we know if they are approved?
Check with your state board. Approval, requirements, etc vary quite a bit from state to state.
 

Bluecase

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Jul 26, 2014
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FYI - most states don't require CEUs for the first licensure renewal.

Not fair to ask ask a new licensee to get 30 CEUs in a few months if they recently graduated or passed the boards.