Providers seeking to offer single programs for NBCC continuing education credit (NBCC credit or NBCC hours) must
satisfy all applicable NBCC Continuing Education Provider Policy (policy) requirements, including all application
requirements and policy terms related to program content, instructors/presenters and provider activities.
Single program providers can offer NBCC credit only for live event programs, including real-time interactive programs
and in-service programs presented in person or by electronic devices that permit the participant to communicate and
interact with the presenter(s) consistent with policy and the directives of NBCC.
Each single program and application must be reviewed and receive written approval by NBCC prior to being
offered for NBCC continuing education credit. If approved by NBCC, the program may be offered for NBCC
credit for the duration of one year following the approval date, conditioned upon no material change to the
program and compliance with all policy requirements.
(b). Following the expiration or termination of a single program approval, a provider may reapply for approval. In
order to maintain uninterrupted approval, the provider must submit the application at least 60 days prior to the
program approval expiration date, including all required and supporting materials, and all fees and costs related to
the single program application. A rush fee will apply if received less than 60 days prior to expiration.
(c). NBCC retains the sole authority and discretion to approve, reject or condition a single program for continuing
Single Program Eligibility Requirements
In order to qualify for single program approval, a provider must satisfy the following program eligibility requirements:
(a). The provider satises all policy requirements, agreements and instructions.
(b). The content and quality of the program satisfy and are consistent with all NBCC policy requirements, agreements
(c). The program presenters satisfy all policy requirements, agreements and instructions, including rules concerning
presenter qualications, knowledge and performance.
(d). The provider designates an authorized representative to communicate and cooperate with NBCC concerning all
matters related to the requested single program approval.
(e). The provider submits a completed and accurate single program application to NBCC, including all required
information, materials and fees. All such application materials become the property of NBCC, and application
fees are not refundable.