ATs may earn CEUs for courses from non-BOC Approved Providers under Category D, provided that the course falls within the domains of athletic training as defined in the current BOC Role Delineation/Practice Analysis. The maximum allowed in that category is dependent upon the total number of CEUs an AT has due. Please refer to the 2013 Recertification Requirements
for more details.
A webinar is considered a live event if the provider can track the participant’s session activity. If the provider does not have the ability to track the participant's activity, the course is considered a home study.
No, teaching a course does not qualify for CEUs. Teaching has not been eligible for CEUs since 1999.
ATs may earn CEUs for speaking if the audience is comprised of healthcare professionals (i.e., MD, PA, RN, PT, AT). Speaking to students, parents, booster clubs, coaches and administrators is not eligible for CEUs.
ATs may earn CEUs for writing articles in a journal (refereed or non-refereed) or contributing to or authoring a textbook.
Note: Refereed or peer-reviewed means the manuscript has been reviewed by at least one subject specialist in addition to the editor prior to publishing.
ATs may earn 10 CEUs per credit hour for college courses that fall within the domains of athletic training defined in the current BOC Role Delineation/Practice Analysis.
Note: The college or university must also be accredited by an agency recognized by the US Department of Education, and the course must be listed as earned credit on a college/university official transcript.
No, the BOC only has record of CE activities that ATs report in BOC Central™
. BOC Approved Providers do not submit CE activities to the BOC.