Continuing Ed in Texas

Aug 15, 2018

  1. capnjim01
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    This is the first time I've had to do CE in Texas, I'm form NC, and have always done it online. The website says I have to have 12 hours of classroom or the equivilant on line. What do you guys use?
     
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    WEB CE. All of my CE credits for 1 low price
     
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    I've used Web CE in the past but Texas says you have to av 12 hours classroom. What they really mean I think is 12 hours that are not self study.
     
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    12 hours classroom might also mean 12 hours which are not granted because you attended a seminar and received CE credits for attending. I have attended events given by water remediation companies and received 2-4 CE credits for attending a 1/2 or all day event. These don't count as classroom. I have never had a WEB CE credit challenged and I have to do 24 every 2 years
     
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    I also always used Web CE when I had Texas CEUs. Like fed up, I always took the 24 hours worth of online classes as well. Never had an issue with them.
     
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    Ok thanks guys for the help. The people at DOI are a little vague
     
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    I prefer 360 training, its only $48 including 24hr reporting to the tx insurance licenseing dept.
     
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