Minnesota OT and OTA Continuing Education Requirements

As a Minnesota OT, are you on the correct path for your February license renewal? Depending on your license issuance date, you have to complete 24 hours of continuing education before the February 29th deadline.

Continuing Education Requirements

The Minnesota Occupational Therapy State Board requires that OTs complete 24 hours of continuing education and OTAs complete 18 hours in the two-year renewal cycle. If you are an OT and were issued a license in the first 6 months of an even year, then your renewal deadline is February 29th!

Approved Occupational Therapy Continuing Education

The Minnesota OT board automatically accepts courses offered by AOTA Approved providers like HomeCEU. There are no wrong turns with Home so you can be confident that our courses will satisfy your requirements!

To verify your continuing education requirements please see the Minnesota OT renewal website, or contact the State board:

Occupational Therapy Practitioner Licensing via the Minnesota Department of Health

Phone: 651-201-3725
Email: hop@health.state.mn.us, and for license renewals Kimberly.ruberg@state.mn.us
Once you complete your CE requirements, you can begin your online renewal.

So, search for an online or home study course via our state specific course catalog at HomeCEU today!

This article was written by Amy-Lynn Corey

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