Continuing Education FAQs
Everything you need to know about continuing your education at Northwestern Health Sciences University.
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You are responsible for checking with your professional licensing boards and/or other governing bodies regarding the clinical applicability of course content and presumed competencies which may be developed as a result of taking any course, seminar or other mode of instruction.
24-hour cancellation notice is required for a full refund. Some exceptions apply. A processing fee may apply.
We reserve the right to adjust faculty, location, dates, time and tuition without notice. Please register in advance so you can be notified of changes. In the event we need to cancel a seminar, your tuition will be fully refunded. We are not responsible for any expenses incurred by registrants.
Transcripts are automatically emailed every month. Check for accuracy upon receipt and file it away for reference. Your transcript may be requested by calling 952-885-5446 or by emailing your full name and license period to email@example.com. We can usually email you a copy the same day.
We routinely apply to the chiropractic state or provincial boards for seminar approval in the state/province in which it occurs and the states/provinces directly surrounding it. Additional state or provincial board approvals may be requested by contacting us at 952-885-5446. A fee may apply and application deadlines may affect our ability to apply.
While noting your state or province of license on your registration and/or the attendance roster is helpful to us when reporting your hours, it does not ensure that the board application will or has been sent to that state/province. Northwestern is not liable for any expenses if approval is denied or a misunderstanding about approval occurs.
Northwestern is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education provider. Our NCBTMB provider number is 450464-07. Please contact us about specific course approval
Northwestern is approved by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM), our provider number is #078. Please contact us about specific course approval.
In order for us to certify your attendances we need to have you sign in and out on the attendance roster to prove you attended the entire seminar. If you forget to sign in or out, you will only be awarded ½ of the possible hours for that day.
The evaluation form is a powerful planning tool for future seminars it gives our attendees a voice in the planning process so we are sure to provide you with the most rewarding educational experience possible. They are delivered via email following the seminar.
NWHSU usually requests approval from chiropractic state licensing boards where the seminar is held, and boards of surrounding states. We are a NCBTMB and NCCAOM approved provider and apply to them for seminars specific to those professionals. It is your responsibility to confirm that approval from state or specialty boards has been requested. Contact Kathy Tainter at 952-885-5446 to confirm or request additional states (a fee may apply).
Every state and specialty board regulates continuing education hours differently, but Northwestern will send a copy of your CE hours earned to state and specialty boards that require information be sent directly from the school. It is your responsibility to understand your states or specialty boards specific rules and regulations.
In order for Northwestern to send or confirm your hours to your state licensing board or other specialty boards, you must sign where indicated on the roster or attendance card. Reports are sent to the boards prior to their deadlines. Exceptions are boards that require you to report your own hours, for those boards you will send a copy of your CE transcript which is mailed to you.
Please note, we have been asked by some state boards to inform you that approval of this course is not an acknowledgment or ruling that any methods that might be taught in this course are recognized and/or approved by the board as appropriate in practice.