CTSS Conference CEU Information 

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College Credit and Continuing Ed Hours

This year, attendees of #CTSS2024ATN will be eligible to receive 1.0 graduate-level college credit (15 credit hours) for the in-person (Dallas) portion of the conference and 1.0 graduate-level college credit (15 credit hours) for the virtual portion of the conference through Northwest Nazarene University’s Center for Professional Development. These graduate-level, non-degree-seeking, semester credits can also serve as continuing education credits for those needing to use them for professional licensure. This includes LCSWs, LMHCs, LPCs, RNs, and any profession that accepts college credits as continuing education.

To receive college credit/continuing ed hours for the conference, attendees are required to:

  • Register for the portion(s) of the conference they’re attending.
  • Attend two days either in-person or virtually (or all 4 days if attending both).
  • Register with NNU for credit by March 1, 2024 (see links below) Tuition is $60 for each portion.
  • Attendance will be verified prior to credit being awarded.

To register for credit for In-person (Dallas) portion.

To register for credit for the Virtual portion.

If you have more questions about the college credits/continuing ed hours, contact: Jessica Urfer at [email protected], or call 208-467-8482.

Credit Sponsor: 

Northwest Nazarene University

NNU Center for Professional Development

Nampa, ID

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