|Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
How does EyeCEonline.com
collect my payment?
EyeCEonline is a FREE service. We merely provide
links to other web-providers who offer the actual CE
content. EyeCEonline does not endorse or represent
any particular CE provider or organization. All
material presented with reference to any particular course
is copyrighted by the originating website. We are
not responsible for lost CE hours, non-functioning
websites of providers, erroneous course charges or other
billing issues. We are definitely not responsible
for determining what your local governing body regulations
are regarding acceptable CE courses. Having said
that, we do strive to maintain an accurate and thorough
listing of approved courses.
How do I take a test for
Each site has it's own requirements for testing.
Usually, you will be presented with an option to take the
test on the last page of the presentation. Some
sites require you to return to the main page and log-in
again to see the test taking options. A few sites
require email contact with the CE coordinator or a
written/faxed exam. Review each site's requirements
before investing a large amount of time!
I saw a link for a specific topic, but now it is gone. What
happened to it?
This site links to multiple other websites. Occasionally,
sites discontinue specific CE courses, or in rare cases, the
entire CE program. When a link no longer connects and a new
link is not able to be established, the course listing is
removed from our database.
Why do you keep expired
courses in the listing?
Even though a course has expired (no longer eligible for
COPE credit), if the page still exists we maintain a
link. Many expired courses have excellent
educational value and are worth taking a look at from time
to time. Occasionally, a CE provider will resubmit a
course to COPE for a renewal of approval.
Can course XYZ be used as CE
in my state?
Each state and providence in North America seems to have their
own requirements for CE approval. The closest thing
to standardization is COPE approval. When in doubt,
check your state board's website or contact the board
directly for explicit approval.
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