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    • Physical Therapists must complete 30 contact hours of continuing education (3.0 CEUs) 
    • Physical Therapist Assistants must complete 20 contact hours of continuing education (2.0 CEUs)
    • Continuing Education must be completed between April 1 and March 31 of the licensee's 2-year license renewal period in order to renew their licenses. 
    • Licensees must maintain the records of all continuing education courses that they've completed. If a licensee is randomly selected for a continuing education audit, proof of course completion will be requested.  
    Licensee Review Request:

    • The Board maintains a list of pre-approved and denied courses sponsored by a variety of continuing education companies. 
    • If you are interested in taking a course that is not listed on the approved course list, the Board may review, without charge, a course brochure, outline, and an hour-by-hour course agenda if the request is submitted at least one (1) month prior to the course date. 
    • Denied courses will not be accepted by the Board. 
    Additional Resources: 

    • Below, you will find a link to submit a Licensee Review Request, as well as links to COMAR Title 10, Chapter 8 (Continuing Education Regulations) and a link to the APTA of Maryland's COVID-19 Resourses. 
    • All APTA sponsored continuing education courses are automatically accepted by the Maryland Board and do not require Board review. (COMAR

     Licensee Course Review