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Recertification Requirements for Holistic Nurses

Successful completion of 100 contact hours of Continuing Education in Holistic Nursing within the five years period preceding the date of expiration of the certification period. At least twenty percent (20%) of the contact hours must directly address Holistic Nursing. The remaining contact hours can be related to holistic methods of practice; studies that facilitate self-care and growth; and transformation within a holistic context. Appropriate documentation of continued education (certificates of completion) must be submitted with application for Recertification.

 

Illinois Board of Nursing State Continuing Education Requirements:

CE Requirements for RNs: 20 hours of approved continuing education per 2 year license renewal cycle. All CE must be completed in the 24 months preceding expiration of the license. All hours may be obtained on-line.

 

Sexual Harassment Prevention Training - new regulation for renewals after 1/1/2020

All persons who hold a professional license issued by the IL Department of Financial and Professional Regulation and are subject to a continuing education requirement shall complete a one-hour course in sexual harassment training.  A licensee may count this one hour for completion of this course towards meeting the minimum credit hours required for continuing education.


OnlineCE.com offers a 1 hour course for license renewal to meet this requirement.
See our topic: Illinois Mandatory Sexual Harassment Prevention Training" and take the course of the same name.



Illinois Nursing Continuing Education Requirements:

Illinois Nursing Continuing Education requirements posted on this page are based upon the most up to date information available. Illinois Nursing Continuing Education requirements are subject to change and therefore, Illinois licensees are ultimately responsible for being up to date with the Illinois Nursing Continuing Education requirements.

 
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  • Illinois Mandatory Sexual Harassment Prevention Training
    Sexual Harassment: A Challenge and an Opportunity

    1.0

    $20.00 USD

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    • Define sexual harassment.
    • Assess the characteristics of sexual harassment.
    • Distinguish between sexual harassment and sexual misconduct.
    • Examine strategies to prevent sexual harassment.
    • Explain the Illinois laws regarding whistleblowers and sexual harassment complaints.

    Angelica Redleaf, DC

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    Course Accepted as facilitated by the University of Bridgeport, Health Sciences Postgraduate Education Department, a division approved provider
    Expires: 2020-12-31