CE Info

 

Continuing Education Information

ACA Engage 2021 will feature a mixture of formats to suit different learning styles and an opportunity to earn up to 10 CE credits, including: 
 
  • Eight pre-recorded CE presentations, to be launched on Jan. 28 on Learn ACA for viewing at your own pace (with up to 7 CE credits available).   
  • Three live CE presentations with speaker Q&A worth 1 CE credit each. 
  • Two live lunch-and-learn presentations with speaker Q&A. 
  • Three 30-minute live, expert chat sessions with the opportunity to interact with speakers. 
  • Two 45-minute live, moderated discussion panels with the opportunity to engage with speakers. 

Live sessions will be recorded and available to attendees on the conference platform for 30 days after Engage in case you can’t make it to the live session.  

Doctors may earn up to 10 CE credits for attending.  

ACA is an approved provider through the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards’ Providers of Approved Continuing Education (PACE) program.  ACA Engage 2021 educational sessions meet PACE Criteria for Quality Continuing Education. 

All quizzes for CE credit will be available on Learn ACA

To earn CE credits for Engage 2021, you must do the following:

  • For pre-recorded sessions, you must view them in their entirety, and then pass the quiz for CE credit, which can be found in Learn ACA.  You may choose to attend the live Q&A sessions with the speakers from these pre-recorded sessions to interact with the experts and ask questions. 
  • For the live CE presentations, you must attend the live session, and then go to Learn ACA to complete the quiz for CE credit.  Your attendance in the session will be recorded and verified before CE credit is awarded. 
  • For PACE-approved states, you will be sent your CE certificate directly from ACA. 
  • For states in which ACA applied for CE through the University of Bridgeport, you will be sent your CE certificates directly from the University of Bridgeport. 

You must create a Learn ACA account in order to take the CE quizzes, view recordings once Engage 2021 has ended, and earn CE credits.  To make a Learn ACA account: 

  • Click “Sign In” on Learn ACA’s home page (https://learn.acatoday.org/) in the upper-right corner, or the main ACA site, www.acatoday.org  
  • Under “Need to Create an Account”, click “Create an Account Now!” 
  • On the “Activate” page, enter your email associated with your ACA account.  If you do not have an account, enter your preferred email, and you will be taken to a page where you can create your ACA account.  Please note, this is a free account, and not an ACA membership.   
  • If you have an ACA account, you will receive an email from memberinfo@acatorday.org with a link to create your username and password.  Please make sure this email did not go to your spam folder.  
  • After creating your username and password, log into the ACA site, hover over “Education and Events”, and click on “Learn ACA”.  This will direct you to the Learn ACA home page, and you should already be logged in.  If not, try navigating your browser to the Learn ACA home page and sign in using the button in the upper-right corner. 

ACA Engage 2021 is approved for 10 total CE credits in the following states or jurisdictions:

Alaska Maine Ohio
Arizona Maryland Oregon
Arkansas Massachusetts Pennsylvania
California Michigan Puerto Rico
Colorado Minnesota Rhode Island
Connecticut Mississippi South Carolina
Delaware Missouri South Dakota
District of Columbia Montana Tennessee
Georgia Nebraska Texas
Idaho Nevada Utah
Illinois New Hampshire Vermont
Indiana New Jersey Virginia
Iowa New York Washington
Kansas North Carolina West Virginia
Kentucky North Dakota Wyoming
     

 Engage 2021 CE approval is pending in the following states: 

Alabama
Hawaii
New Mexico
Oklahoma
 

ACA Engage 2021 is not approved for CE credit in the following states: 

Florida
Louisiana
Wisconsin
 

Thank you for your interest in ACA Engage 2021 and its educational offerings. Contact us at education@acatoday.org with questions about ACA education or CE.

It is the responsibility of each participating doctor to be aware of CE rules and requirements of the state(s) in which he/she is licensed, including acceptable topics for CE and license-renewal credit. Check with your state licensing board for the most current CE information and requirements for your state-related to seminars, webinars or on-demand learning.