Earn up to an hour of CEUs each month*
When you become a KMC University Library or PhD program member, you get the chance to earn up to one hour of CEUs each month if available in your state*—free with your monthly membership beginning in January, 2016!
Just attend a live video conference or listen to the recording of one of our bimonthly membership webinars online, then take and submit a short self-assessment related to the webinar topic by the end of the month. If you pass with 70% or better, you’ve got your CEU. It’s that easy!
*As of January 1, 2016, we’re able to offer CEUs in the following states. The number of hours you’re allowed to accrue depends upon regulations for the state in which you’re licensed:
Don’t see your state on the list? Here are some of the possible reasons why:
- Your state requires such a lengthy submission deadline for educational materials that we can’t bring you the most pertinent, up-to-date information for testing purposes.
- Your state has a surcharge for CEU trainers. KMC University is covering CEU fees for our members everywhere we can, but in some states, the cost is simply prohibitive at this time.
- Your state may not allow online training/webinars to count towards your CEUs.
- It's possible that your unlisted state may give you CEUs for our webinars; talk to your state board.
Want to see your state on this list?
The more members we have in each state who participate in our webinars, the more cost-effective it is for us to offer CEUs. If you’d like to get in on this in your state, rally your colleagues and contact your state board. Make it your mission to personally increase KMC University membership in your state so we have a better chance of adding your state to our list! We make it easy (and profitable!) for you to refer your colleagues through our referral program. We’ll do everything we can on our end to help get the ball rolling.
*Continuing Education approvals posted on this page are based upon the most up to date information available. Continuing education approvals are subject to change and therefore, licensee's are ultimately responsible for being up to date with the continuing education requirement/approvals.