Question 1: Are CE hours earned on DCcourses.com accepted in my state?
Answer: Online Chiropractic CE courses on DCcourses.com are sponsored by the Texas Chiropractic Association (TCA), with the PACE Course I.D. #: 8031.
These online chiropractic courses are accepted in Alaska, Colorado, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington & Wyoming.
Webinars on DCcourses.com are accepted in Colorado, North Carolina. Ohio, Oregon, Texas, Utah & Washington.
Question 2: How do webinars work?
Answer: Webinars (Live-Stream) are similar to Online (On-demand) courses, but the webinar presentations are live-streamed on specific dates & times.
Our live webinars can be viewed on your computer, tablet, or smartphone. Simply click on the provided link, and you will be able to watch the live webinar from home or on the go.
For most states, live webinars count towards your distance learning hours, but do not count towards in-person CE requirements.
Question 3: Are the online courses time-based with test questions?
Answer: Each pre-recorded online/on-demand video course is time-based and counts as 1 CE hour.
All of these online video courses are accessible 24/7 from most devices with an internet connection.
DCcourses.com follows the strict online continuing education guidelines of state Chiropractic Boards, and as such, the online video courses cannot be skipped or fast-forwarded.
There is a 5 question test/quiz at the end of each 1 CE hour online course that can be retaken if needed.
Question 4: How do I request my CE certificate?
Answer: You can request your CE certificate after you have finished taking your desired number of CE hours on DCcourses.com.
To request your certificate, simply send a message (contact us) to DCcourses.com with the following information to be included on your certificate:
Doctor's Full Name, Address, Phone Number, DC License Number & License State(s).
CE Certificates for all attendees (from across all states) are processed in one batch at the end of each month by the Texas Chiropractic Association (TCA). CE certificates are then emailed to each individual attendee during the first two weeks of the following month.
Your CE certificate can be submitted for credit to any of the Chiropractic Boards in the states listed above.
Please Note: Submission of CE Certificates to state Chiropractic Boards, and adherence to state Chiropractic Board rules & regulations, is the sole responsibility of each attendee who has completed coursework through DCcourses.com.