CE credit information - CVC
CE credit information
The 2014 CVC Washington, D.C. program has been submitted (but not yet approved) for a maximum of 57 hours of credit for veterinarians in full attendance, and 52 hours of credit for technicians over five days in jurisdictions that recognize AAVSB’s RACE approval. General five-day attendance earns veterinarians 41 hours of CE and technicians 41 hours of CE without purchase of any wet labs or workshops, or Ask the Expert Luncheons. Each state’s licensing board will consider the program; check with your state’s board for the number of hours it approves. Some boards have limitations on the number of hours accepted in certain categories and/or restrictions on certain methods of delivery of continuing education. To record your CE hours, certificates of attendance will be included in your registration packet. (Texas veterinarians, see below.) Call (800) 255-6864, ext. 6, for information.

New York UPDATE: "The CVC" applied and has been approved as a CE provider for New York licensed veterinarians.

Breakdown of total CE hours a veterinarian can earn:
Full convention: 52 CE hours
One-day convention: 5-9 CE hours
Thursday, May 8: 5-7 CE hours
Friday, May 9: 6-9 CE hours
Saturday, May 10: 6-9 CE hours
Sunday, May 11: 6-9 CE hours
Monday, May 18: 6-9 CE hours

*These hours may include programming that requires additional registration fees.

Texas veterinarians:

Veterinarians licensed in Texas must track each seminar hour attended with a CE checklist. When you arrive, pick up the checklist at the tour/information desk and sign in on the sheet provided. Before you leave CVC Washington, D.C., return your completed checklist to the registration desk and sign out on the sheet provided. A CVC staff member will verify your hours and give you a signed CE Certificate of Attendance.
Don't leave without your certificate - we can't mail it to you!

Check your state's requirements

For links to the individual state licensing authorities, visit the American Association of State Boards website.

Click here to learn more and view an overview map of state board acceptance of RACE.



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