In California, you must renew your treatment certification every three years, as outlined in the Renewal and Continuing Education Frequently Asked Questions document.
“Once you have obtained certification, you must renew it every three years. To renew your certification, you must pay the renewal fee and provide proof that you completed the required number of continuing education hours during your renewal period.”
We’ll answer questions about treatment certification renewal, including:
- How many hours do I need to renew my treatment certification?
- Where can I find good continuing education training?
- How do I submit hours?
How many hours do I need to renew my distribution certification?
With increasing grade levels, the number of Required Contact Hours increases.
- Grade 1 = 12 Hours
- Grade 2 = 16 Hours
- Grade 3 = 24 Hours
- Grade 4 = 36 Hours
- Grade 5 = 36 Hours
Where can I find good continuing education training?
How do I submit hours?
The certificate holder is responsible for sending in proof of continuing education training. Use the Application to send in the required information and fee for renewal. Reference the contact info on the application for any questions.
For info about the fees and dates, reference the document found HERE.
For additional questions about the process or if you want more information, please visit the State Page.