Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
Approved hours info coming soon.
Through collaborations with its university affiliates, the 25th Annual Statewide CARD Conference will offer CE credits for behavior analysts, speech language pathologists, licensed mental health and clinical social workers, marriage and family therapists, psychologists, and mental health counselors.
All conference participants seeking continuing education credits must pay the $40 fee (the fee is charged to participants seeking CEUs since it is not incorporated in the registration fee for those that do not choose or require them and is charged by the conference provider for processing) prior to receiving their documentation of hours/units.
Pick up a packet from the Continuing Education Table at the beginning of the conference to assure that you receive credit for all sessions. Please turn in the necessary paperwork to the Continuing Education sign-in table AFTER attending your LAST conference session.
Please note: CEU desks are only open before general sessions, during breaks and 30 minutes at the end of the day. CEU hours will be updated when sessions are reviewed and approved.
American Psychological Association (APA)
The UCF Psychology Clinic Advanced Clinical Training Services is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The UCF Psychology Clinic Advanced Clinical Training Services maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
These workshops have been reviewed and approved for the following contact hours:
- Friday – up to 4 hours
- Saturday – up to 4 hours
- Sunday – up to 1 hour
Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB)
The Center for Autism and Related Disabilities at Florida Atlantic University is an approved provider of Type 2 CEUs, Provider Number (OP 060119). The session host must sign you in and out of each session. You must remain in the session for its duration. These workshops have been reviewed and approved for the following contact hours:
- Friday – none
- Saturday – up to 3 hours
- Sunday – none
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Credits
The Center for Autism and Related Disabilities at Florida State University will be handling all paperwork submitted to ASHA for those requesting ASHA CEUs. These workshops have been reviewed and approved for the following contact hours:
- Friday – up to .425 hours
- Saturday – up to .6 hours
- Sunday – up to .125 hours
There is no charge for in-service points for educators, but these must be arranged by the educator with school district personnel responsible for professional development.
Verification of AttendanceCertificates of Attendance will be available to those participants who complete and return their overall conference evaluations online after the conference. A link will be provided in the conference program for this.
The Department of Education has requested we eliminate waste, conserve resources and “go green.” Presentation handouts were made available on the website via a password that will be emailed to all registered participants prior to the conference to the address provided on your registration form. Participants are encouraged to print handouts of sessions they plan to attend.
Teacher In-Service Components
You are responsible for providing the required documentation to your ESE District Staff or Staff Development Contact in order to apply for in-service components or points. A session verification sheet has been provided for you to track your session attendance. At the end of each session (including keynotes), you will go to your session’s host or conference staff and have him/her print their name on your sign-in sheet and initial the “Sign-Out” box.
NOTE: It is your responsibility to contact your ESE District Staff or Staff Development Contact prior to sending the documentation to them to ensure that you have completed all your school district’s requirements for in-service components.