N.J. Admin. Code § 13:44F-10.3 - Licensee certification of compliance; recordkeeping; audit

(a) A licensee shall:
1. Certify completion of the required number of continuing education credits on the application for biennial renewal. Falsification of any information submitted on the renewal application shall be cause for disciplinary action;
2. Maintain all evidence of verification of continuing education requirements for two full biennial licensing periods after completion of the credits and submit such documentation to the Board upon request; and
3. Provide to the Board upon request, documentation of the licensees completion of continuing education requirements as follows:
i. For programs, courses and seminars: the course provider's written verification of attendance;
ii. For college courses: an official transcript;
iii. For articles published in a peer-reviewed professional journal: the published article;
iv. For authored textbooks or manuals: the textbook or manual;
v. Videotaped, Internet, and other distance learning courses: written verification from the course provider; and
vi. For instructional activity: documentation, including a copy of the course content, location, date and time of course, duration of course by hour, and letter from provider confirming that the licensee taught the course or program or, if no provider, a copy of the attendance sheet.
(b) The Board shall conduct random audits to determine licensee compliance with continuing education requirements.
(c) Failure to complete continuing education requirements may result in the imposition of penalties and/or license suspension pursuant to 45:1-21.


N.J. Admin. Code § 13:44F-10.3
Amended by 51 N.J.R. 1277(a), effective 8/5/2019

State regulations are updated quarterly; we currently have two versions available. Below is a comparison between our most recent version and the prior quarterly release. More comparison features will be added as we have more versions to compare.

No prior version found.