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Approved providers for continuing education or contact hours for CNOR recertification
What is an NCBTMB Board Approved Continuing Education Provider? An NCBTMB Board Approved Continuing Education Provider, commonly referred to simply as an Approved Provider, is a continuing education instructor who has exhibited quality instruction of the highest standards throughout the massage therapy and bodywork profession. Board Certificants are must recertify every two years, and are required to earn 24 credits from an NCBTMB Approved Provider within that two-year period—meaning the highest quality massage therapists and bodyworkers will be seeking out your classes to further improve their knowledge and skills.
3. Can I provide approved continuing education courses without submitting a provider application and being approved as a provider? No. You must be a registered as a TDLR approved continuing education provider to give an approved continuing education course. However, you may submit your continuing education provider application at the same time as you submit your course approval applications.