For free access to our continuing education, you must be an actively credentialed member of the National Register. You also need a computer, an internet connection, and a printer (if you need).
Some courses are available to non-Registrants at a fee. To create an account, visit CE.NationalRegister.org and click the “Not a member?” button underneath the login fields. You’ll need to provide your first name, last name, email address, and degree before clicking the “Create Account” button.
Yes! CE credits earned through the National Register meet the standards for acceptable CE credit in states, territories, or provinces that require continuing education credits for renewal of license. The National Register has offered CE credits to Registrants for many years and became an APA-approved sponsor of continuing education on April 1, 2003.
You can read the full content of the National Register’s Continuing Education Program Grievance Procedures (PDF).
Under “My Certificate Library,” there are a couple of options to view your displayed courses. By default, all CE courses are split into sections based on year the course was taken.