It is important to note that there is a distinct difference in post-license education and continuing education. Post-license education is a one-time requirement that requires the student to pass an examination on course content, whereas continuing education is an annual requirement that must be completed each year, as a prerequisite for license renewal.

Post-license education hours may be used to satisfy eight of the 12-hour annual continuing education requirement; however, post-license education hours will not satisfy the four-hour mandatory continuing education topic specified by the commission.

All initial licensees are required to complete 45 post-license education hours within 180 days after the initial license date. Post-licensing education courses are available through LREC approved education providers.

For more information on post-licensing courses, including dates, times, pricing, etc., please visit StateReporting.com.