N.H. Code Admin. R. Alc 409.04 - Pre-Approval of Continuing Education Courses

Current through Register Vol. 42, No. 14, April 7, 2022

(a) Organizations or providers of continuing education in substance use counseling that seek pre-approval of continuing education courses shall submit a completed "Continuing Education Pre-Approval" form, effective March 2018 and available on the board's website, to the board at least 6 weeks prior to the anticipated date on which the continuing education program will be offered. Included with the completed form shall be a blank copy of the evaluation form used to rate instructors/presenters.
(b) Completed applications shall be reviewed by the peer review committee and recommended for pre-approval, before being passed to the board.
(c) Continuing education offered by the following organizations shall be automatically approved by the board if such courses relate to one of the 18 categories of competence as outlined in Alc 313.10(j):
(1) An IC&RC member board;
(3) New Hampshire Training Institute on Addictive Disorders;
(4) New Hampshire Center for Excellence;
(5) AdCare Educational Institute of New England;
(7) Any educational unit of the New Hampshire community college system;
(8) The department of health and human services bureau of drug and alcohol services; or
(9) The Addiction Technology Transfer Center.
(d) A course, seminar, or other event conducted or sponsored by any other college, university, or school permitted to grant degrees in the disciplines of life science, biological science, sociology, psychology, or public health shall be considered to be approved for purposes of these rules if the content of the event is in any of the performance domains of assessment, counseling, case management, education, or professional responsibility.
(e) Clinical supervision and staff meetings shall not be approved as continuing education.


N.H. Code Admin. R. Alc 409.04
Derived From Volume XXXVIII Number 28, Filed July 12, 2018, Proposed by #12548, Effective 7/1/2018, Expires 7/1/2028.

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