3 Things You Need To Know About North Carolina OT/OTA Continuing Education

North Carolina Occupational Therapists and Occupational Therapy Assistants, your continuing education deadline nearing! No need to panic, though, because HomeCEUConnection has you covered. Our course catalog is filled with occupational therapy continuing education courses that are approved by the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) and therefore accepted by the North Carolina Board of Occupational Therapy (NCBOT). Read on for your requirements and how we can help you get them.

1. You Need 15 Hours of Continuing Education Per Renewal

The North Carolina Board of Occupational Therapy requires all OTs and OTAs complete 15 points (contact hours).

2. You Can Finish Your Continuing Education At Home

The NCBOT does not have limits on continuing education home study courses. That means you can pick and choose NC OT CE courses from our extensive catalog and complete them at home and around your schedule.

3. Your Ethics Requirement

You must complete at least one continuing education contact hour (one point) of an ethics course related to the practice of occupational therapy.

This article was written by Amy-Lynn Corey

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