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Want to offer CEU Reiki Classes

Discussion in 'Reiki and Chakra Massage' started by fahima f, Jan 29, 2012.


  1. fahima f

    fahima f Member

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    Hi all,
    I have been teaching for a while but have been wanting to do this, I am trying to find out how I can offer CEU's when people take my Reiki classes. Anyone know what, where and how? Criteria, where to register for this?
     
  2. Kathleen from Germany

    Kathleen from Germany Member

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    Jan 23, 2010


    Hi! I think it depends on the state and its licensing board & requirements, etc. I looked into it in Florida and would have had to apply to the Board Of Massage with the correct paperwork filled out on the exact breakdown of the course and the hours. Paperwork was fairly extensive to be a CEU provider for Florida LMTs. I may still have that paperwork around somewhere.

    I would start with searching your state's website on massage, or make a call. You can also check with ABMP or similar and check what their requirements are, as a place to start and gather info. Or, contact other practitioners offering CEUs in your area.

    Cool...good luck wishes to you!
     
  3. ::.RandomQuestions.::

    ::.RandomQuestions.:: Member

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    http://www.ncbtmb.org/ceproviders_faq.php#f

    This is the FAQ sheet from the NCBTMB on becoming a CEU provider.
     
  4. ivantop

    ivantop Member

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    Thank you! :)
     
  5. massagebiz

    massagebiz Newbie

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    It's quite an extensive process, but the barrier to entry makes it worthwhile. When your courses are approved for NCBTMB renewal most states will accept them. This is a little known trick, but if you look at the massage renewal requirements you will find that taking courses that are NCBTMB approved is all that is needed for >40 states. I have a list of the massage continuing education requirements for all the states, if you check it out you will see what I mean. Good luck!
     
  6. sackpom44

    sackpom44 Newbie

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    Thank you for your recommend, random
     

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