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OccupationalTherapy.com FAQs

What is CEU Professional Subscription?

A membership to OccupationalTherapy.com's Professional Subscription allows the member to earn an unlimited number of CEUs/PDUs for one year. The standard Professional Subscription membership costs $99 for one year of unlimited CEUs. OccupationalTherapy.com is an AOTA approved provider and a NBCOT Professional Development Provider.  It hosts a library of over 300 live, recorded, audio, and text-based courses covering a wide array of topics. The course library continues to grow, so check back often for new courses. Become a Professional subscriber today!

To ensure uninterrupted service and continued professional development, your Professional subscription will automatically renew at the end of each 12 month period and your credit card will be billed at that time. You can cancel anytime, effective the next billing cycle, online or by contacting our Customer Service Department via telephone at 866-782-9924.

How do I complete a course with OccupationalTherapy.com?

After participating in a live, recorded, audio, or text-based course, you will be required to obtain a passing score of 80% on a multiple-choice examination. You will be given immediate feedback regarding the results of your exam and the opportunity to repeat the exam once if necessary. You are required to complete the exam within 7 days of a live event or within 30 days of the course selection date for a recorded, audio, or text-based course. If you do not complete the exam within those time parameters you will not be able to earn CEUs/Hours for that course. You can access your CE Tests by clicking on the 'Pending Courses' option under the Continuing Education menu at the top of the page. After completing a successful exam, the subscriber will be required to complete a course evaluation in order to receive a certificate of completion for the course. Please note that you will not be allowed to complete more than 10 hours of coursework on any calendar day.

Who keeps track of how many CEUs have been earned?

OccupationalTherapy.com maintains a transcript of CE activities obtained on OccupationalTherapy.com for members. After you login, select the 'Continuing Education' option at the top of the navigation menu. Click on 'Transcripts'.  You may access this page at any time to view courses that you have completed.

Important Information about Reporting to CE Broker

OccupationalTherapy.com will report your completed coursework to CE Broker if you are an OT/OTA licensed in Alabama or Florida, and if you select "yes" for reporting at the time you complete the exam. You may change your reporting preference any time until the course has been reported. To ensure that your CEU credits are reported properly to CE Broker, you must verify that your OccupationalTherapy.com user profile is up to date, including both the alpha and numeric portions of your Florida OT/OTA license (eg. RN9999) or the numeric portions of your Alabama OT/OTA license (eg. 9999). If your profile is not current, your coursework may not be accurately reported to CE Broker. Remember that this reporting feature applies only if you are member of CE Broker and would like CE Broker to maintain a record of your CEUs. Please allow 30 days following the course completion date before contacting the OccupationalTherapy.com CEU Administrator.


What is the difference between CEUs and the length of a course (course hours)? 

Course length is reported differently by AOTA and NBCOT. AOTA uses the internationally recognized Continuing Education Unit (CEU) as the standard unit of measuring participation in a continuing education course. One (1.0) CEU is defined as 10 hours of participation in coursework. Therefore, a single hour of participation in a course is equal to 0.1 CEUs. PDUs can be converted using NBCOT’s conversion calculator. As a courtesy to members, the top of your OccupationalTherapy.com transcript converts your completed hours to PDUs, as well.


What are the AOTA Classification Codes?

AOTA Approved Continuing Education Providers must ensure that the content of each learning activity falls within at least one area of the AOTA Classification Codes for Continuing Education Activities. The classification codes associated with each course offered on OccupationalTherapy.com are indicated in the CEU details for that course. You can find a list of the AOTA Classification Codes here.