Seminars, Courses and Webinars at ProD Seminars (acupuncture CEUs online) are approved by the following regulatory bodies:
The following ProD recorded online courses and live webinars are approved for acupuncture CEUs by the American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine. ABORM was formed by leading professionals in Oriental Reproductive Medicine who came together voluntarily with a resolve to meet the patient and physician demand for a demonstration of knowledge of care in this field. They recognized the need for a certification to maintain that practitioners who are treating patients with Oriental Medicine in the field of Reproductive Health are doing so with an advanced knowledge and experience, and to allow practitioners to demonstrate their knowledge through the process of voluntary examination.
The following ProD recorded online courses and live webinars are approved for acupuncture CEUs in Alberta by The College and Association of Acupuncturists of Alberta, which serves the public interest and supports the acupuncture profession by setting high standards of practice, education, competence and ethical conduct. For more information on Alberta's CEU requirements, visit the CAAA website.
The following ProD recorded online courses and live webinars are approved for acupuncture CEUs in Australia by the Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association, the leading national professional association of acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) practitioners. High standards of education and practice are maintained by AACMA accredited practitioners due to the profession's determination to provide excellence in acupuncture and TCM health care. For more information on CEU requirements, visit AACMA Website.
The following ProD recorded online courses and live webinars are approved for acupuncture CEUs in Californa by the Acupuncture Board of California whose mission is to benefit, educate and protect the public through regulation of licensure; development of education standards; provision of consumer information; and enforcement of the Acupuncture Licensure Act. For more information on California acupuncture CEU requirements, visit the Acupuncture Board of California website.
The College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of British Columbia is the regulatory body for the profession of traditional Chinese medicine and acupuncture in BC, mandated to regulate in the public interest.
The following ProD recorded online courses and live webinars are approved for acupuncture CEUs by the State of Illinois. For more information on Illinois state requirements, visit the Illinois Department of Financial & Professional Regulation website.
The following ProD recorded online courses and live webinars are approved for acupuncture PDAs by The National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, a non-profit organization that validates entry-level competency in the practice of acupuncture and Oriental medicine (AOM) through professional certification. NCCAOM certification is documentation of competency for licensure as an acupuncturist by 43 states plus the District of Columbia, which represents 98% of the states that regulate acupuncture. The Professional Development Activity or PDA program is NCCAOM®’s department of continuing education that approves educational programs to satisfy recertification requirements. Find out more about the PDA program on the NCCAOM website.
New Zealand (NZRA)
The following ProD recorded online courses and live webinars are approved for acupuncture CEUs by The New Zealand Register of Acupuncturists, the largest professional body representing practitioners of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine in New Zealand. A member of the World Federation of Acupuncture Societies (WFAS) and the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies (WFCMS), NZRA also has strong affiliations with acupuncture associations particularly in Australia but also in China, the U.S, Britain and throughout Europe. All members are required to complete a minimum of 20 hours Continuing Professional Development (CPD) every year in order to maintain an Annual Practicing Certificate. Find out more on the NZRA website.