Do the CE classes fill up?
Seating in classes is limited. We plan ahead to accommodate everyone, but we cannot guarantee that registrants will be able to attend the classes they prefer. Because we can award continuing education credit only to those who attend the class, we recommend you arrive early while space is available.
Do you send my hours to my state or do I?
Procedures vary from state/province to state/province. Please check with your licensing board for exact determination.
How many hours are available?
The Parker Seminars team is pleased to be able to offer up to 16.5 hours* of DC CE classes and up to 12 CE hours for CAs from Florida* or PACE states at the event.
*Pending your Board’s approval. Visit the CE Information tab for more specific details regarding your state/province.
How soon can I expect to receive notice of the hours I took?
We work diligently to process the information from the attendance tracking details, prepare the CE attendance vouchers and send them to the appropriate locations. You should expect to receive notification within six to eight weeks of the conference conclusion.
I’m a massage therapist/OTA; can I get CE hours?
We are offering 12.5 CE hours for Texas-licensed massage therapists and Texas OTAs.
Is there anything special I need to do when I arrive at the conference?
You must register for continuing education prior to the seminar or on-site at the walk-in registration kiosk (CE is included in the Registration fee).
- Pick up a copy of the Board Status sheet when you pick up your name badge.
- Attend the classes that are marked CE on your program (not all classes are eligible for CE credits) and have been approved by your Board.
- For your attendance to be recorded, have the bar code on your name badge scanned as you enter and exit each CE session. Not doing so will negate your hours. Coming in late and leaving early will affect your overall hours.
- Your attendance documentation will be available in approximate six to eight weeks following the seminar.
As a continuing education provider, Parker University is obligated by the state/province chiropractic boards to monitor attendance in each CE class. This means we must ensure registrants are actually attending CE classes. Arriving late or leaving early will affect your overall class time. Don’t hesitate to ask the CE monitor for assistance or to answer any questions you may have. Please help us help you obtain your renewal hours by following this process.
Which classes count towards my CE credits and when are they held?
Please check the online schedule. CE classes are designated by legend on the PDF grid schedule.
Why do I have to sign in and out of classes?
Your licensing board requires you to have a certain number of continuing education hours to renew your license. Only specific classes/topics are approved by your particular board. Your board requires that Parker University report your attendance in an approved CE class to them. The best way to do this is to record what class you attended – scanning in and out allows us to do so.
Please note: Scanning into a class and then leaving the class area is not permitted. You must scan in and out for credit. Licensing boards reserve the right to request proof of attendance.