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Behavior Analysis Regulatory Board - Continuing Education

Continuing education hours required every year

To maintain licensure, a behavior analyst must complete a minimum of sixteen (16) continuing education (CE) hours every licensure year. At least one (1) hour of CE must relate to ethics in applied behavior analysis as defined in Oregon Revised Statutes 676.802(1).

To maintain licensure, an assistant behavior analyst must complete a minimum of ten (10) continuing education (CE) hours every licensure year. At least one (1) hour of CE must relate to ethics in applied behavior analysis as defined in Oregon Revised Statutes 676.802(1).

For the current CE requirements, please see Oregon Administrative Rule (OAR) 824-070-0005.

Continuing Education Frequently Asked Questions

Documentation, attestation and audit

Documentation supporting compliance with CE requirements must be maintained by the licensee for a period of two (2) years following license renewal and be provided to the Health Licensing Office upon request.

Each licensee shall document compliance with the CE credit requirements through attestation on the license renewal application.

For current auditing and sanction information, please see OAR 824-070-0010.

Pre-approval of courses

To obtain pre-approval of CE courses provided by organizations not already approved in rule, please go to the HLO Forms page and search for the HLO CEU Pre-Approval Request Form.

Complete the request form (maintaining it in Microsoft Word format), and email it along with all the required supporting documentation (listed on the instructions page) to hlo.info@state.or.us, or call (503) 373-2088 with your CE related questions.

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