CE Information

ACA Engage 2022 includes an opportunity to earn up to 21 CE credits, including:

  • 12 pre-recorded CE presentations (1 CE each), to be launched on January 27, 2022, on Learn ACA for viewing at your own pace.
  • Four in-person didactic lectures with Q&A worth 1 CE credit each.
  • Four in-person moderated discussion panels with the opportunity to engage with speakers (up to 5 CE credits available.)
  • Pre-recorded sessions will be available for viewing for up to 30 days after Engage concludes.

Doctors may earn up to 21 CE credits for attending both virtual and in-person sessions.

ACA is an approved provider through the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards’ Providers of Approved Continuing Education (PACE) program.  ACA Engage 2022 educational sessions meet PACE Criteria for Quality Continuing Education.

To earn CE credits for Engage 2022, you must do the following:  

For pre-recorded sessions:

  • You must view them in their entirety, and then pass the quiz with 80% accuracy to earn CE credit by March 5.
  • Please note: pre-recorded sessions are not eligible for CE credit in Louisiana and Wisconsin.

For the in-person educational sessions:

  • You must attend the in-person session in its entirety, and you must have your attendance card stamped by an ACA representative upon entry and upon exit.
  • Your attendance in the session will be recorded and verified before CE credit is awarded.

PACE CE Reporting and Certificates 

  • Attendees who participate in the virtual education courses who are licensed in the following PACE states/territories: AK, CO, CT, DE, DC, GA, ID, IL, IN, IA, KS, ME, MD, MA, MN, MT, NH, NE, NV, NJ, NC, ND, OH, OR, PR, RI. SC, SD, TN, UT, VT, VA, WA. WY, WV, and Nova Scotia will be sent CE certificates directly from ACA within 30-days of completing and passing the required quiz for each course taken online. (Check with your state board to learn what restrictions/limitations on CE credits that they may have.)
  • Attendees of the live in-person education courses licensed in above PACE-approved states/territories will receive a certificate of completion via email from ACA 30 days after the conference has concluded.  (Check with your state board to learn what restrictions/limitations on CE credits that they may have.)
  • CE credits earned by those licensed in the above PACE states/territories will be reported to PACE within 30 days of course completion.
  • Attendees licensed in AL, AR, CA, FL, HI, KY, LA, MI, MS, MO, NM, NY, OK, PA, TX, WV and WI: The University of Bridgeport has applied for CE credit for Engage 2022 for these states, and this page will be updated (below) with the approval status as they receive notification. Approval by these states is not guaranteed. Please check back to ensure that your state has approved Engage 2022 sessions for CE credit. Certificates will be mailed from University of Bridgeport to the attendees who have passed the quizzes by March 5 via USPS and should be received by April 20th, 2022.

ACA Engage 2022 is approved for up to 21 total CE credits in the following states/territories/ jurisdictions: 

Alaska

Colorado

Connecticut

Delaware

DC

Georgia

Idaho

Illinois

Indiana

Iowa

Kansas

Maine

Maryland

Massachusetts

Minnesota

Montana

New Hampshire

Nebraska

Nevada

New Jersey

North Carolina

North Dakota

Nova Scotia

Ohio

Oregon

Puerto Rico

Rhode Island

South Carolina

South Dakota

Tennessee

Utah

Vermont

Virginia

Washington

Wyoming

 Engage 2022 CE approval is pending in the following states:

Alabama

Arkansas

California

Florida

Hawaii

Kentucky

Louisiana (Please note: Only in-person sessions are eligible for CE credits)

Michigan

Mississippi

Missouri

New Mexico

New York

Oklahoma

Pennsylvania

Texas

West Virginia

Wisconsin (Please note: Only in-person sessions are eligible for CE credits)

ACA Engage 2022 is not approved for CE credit in the following states: 

Arizona

Thank you for your interest in ACA Engage 2022 and its educational offerings. Contact us at [email protected] 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.