For Attendees with Professional Certifications
If you maintain a professional license issued by a society, an association, an occupational licensing board or a department of professional regulation within your state, you may be eligible to earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for your participation in INTECOL. You will need to contact the appropriate authority who manages your professional certification to verify your organization or individual state's licensing requirements, and to confirm what documentation is required. While we are not approved as an official CEU provider, your state may recognize this event as a qualified program, and you may be eligible to earn CEUs for your participation. A Record of Attendance Log will be maintained at the conference where you can sign in and sign out each day and create a record verifying your daily attendance. Within 30 days upon conclusion of the conference, we will mail you a formal "Certificate of Attendance" indicating the actual number of contact hours you accrued based on your participation hours recorded in the attendance log. It is your responsibility to compile all necessary paperwork and provide it to the appropriate licensing board or professional organization with whom you are certified, and to confirm this program content is acceptable based on their individual standards.
IMPORTANT NOTE: In general, one Continuing Education Unit (CEU) is defined as 10 hours of instruction. One hour is calculated as 50 minutes of face-to-face instruction. If you have any questions regarding CEU requirements as they pertain to your professional certification or license, please directly contact the appropriate licensing board within your state. The University of Florida, Office of Conferences & Institutes and its employees are not authorized to act on your behalf or to provide consult regarding CEUs.
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