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CEUfast, Inc. is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.
The Michigan Board of Nursing requires all RNs and LPNs to complete 25 contact hours every two year renewal period. A minimum of two (2) of the 25 contact hours must be in pain and symptom management. Starting with the 2017 renewal cycle and required to be completed prior to the license renewal in 2019, you must complete a one-time training for identifying victims of human trafficking. This requirement is in addition to the 25 contact hours.
Choose from a variety of topics, including many state required courses all written by our expert authors and peer reviewed. Our library is continually refreshed with new and revised courses so you never fall behind.
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Yes. CEUfast is recognized as an accredited provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation (ANCC). For further details, we invite you to explore our accreditation page.
Yes, CEUfast extends its high-quality continuing education (CE) courses to a wide range of healthcare professionals, from Occupational Therapists to Dentists. Our platform is committed to providing educational content that meets the CE requirements for various licenses and certifications across the healthcare spectrum. Visit our course library and select your state and profession for more details.
After you have successfully passed a test and have an active subscription, you can access certificates of completion by visiting your account home page and looking under the “Transcript” area. By default, you will see all the courses you have completed in the immediate last two years from the current date.
You can print, save, or email any certificate by clicking on the title of the course in your "Transcript" area or by clicking the “View” button to the right of each course title.
Michigan nurses are required to complete 25 hours of continuing education (CE) every two years for license renewal. For a complete list of requirements for all healthcare professionals, please visit our Michigan Continuing Education Requirements page.
CEUfast aids in nursing license renewal by offering nationally accredited CE courses that fulfill state-specific requirements. With a wide selection of topics, CEUfast enables you to track and, where applicable, automatically report completed CEs to regulatory bodies like CE Broker. The platform's convenience allows for completing CEs at your own pace, ensuring you meet licensure requirements efficiently.
No Test Required! For most states and professions, you can choose to complete a course by either passing a test or answer a handful of self evaluation questions.
Continuing Education Unit or CEU is a measure widely used in programs to help professionals maintain their licensure in a given field. Nurse CEUs, specifically, are designed to meet the continuing education requirements of nurses. This ensures that they remain knowledgeable and competent in their practice, ultimately benefiting the patients they serve.