2018 Conference CEUs

2018 Continuing Education Hours Available to Conference Participants

Attendees can receive continuing education hours for attending educational sessions at the annual conference (usually this totals up to 12 hours). Additional continuing education hours (typically, up to 8) can be obtained by attending the pre-conference Professional Development Institutes. Continuing education hours are valuable to maintaining credentials.

A post-conference email is sent to all attendees with complete instructions and necessary forms/links. The 2018 form is in the back of the Program Book and linked here. and here are the 2018 Approved Sessions. (See also the Continuing Education Session Categories). You must first fill out the 2018 form, marking each session you attended. Complete that form, sign it and return it to info@ncda.org or fax to (918) 663-7058. Next, you will receive an email with a survey link to complete the evaluation of those sessions you attended. Then you can go to the NCDA website, www.ncda.org, click on login to access your account (see your name in the upper right corner and click on Members Only Resources). Once you’re in your account, find View My CE History. This is where you will see how many CEs you’ve earned for attending the event, as well as how you can print out your certificate if necessary. These certificates/transcripts (starting with the 2015 Conference) are available to current members and can be accessed/printed as needed.  There is an option to Print My Transcript in the top right hand corner.  You can come to this page anytime in the future by logging in as a member.

If you have any questions, please contact NCDA Headquarters.  (918) 663-7060, 1-866-FOR-NCDA (1-866-367-6232).


NCDA Cred Comm LogoThe NCDA Career Development Conference CEUs are approved for all NCDA credentials.





NBCC ACEPNational Career Development Association (NCDA) has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 1003. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. NCDA is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.

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