New Hampshire Occupational Therapy Continuing Education and CEU Credits

Meet your New Hampshire occupational therapy CE requirements with ease. If you'd like a refresher on what's needed to renew your license, see the requirements below.

0 Mandatory Hours
0 Elective Hours
24 Total Hours

Here's what you need to renew your New Hampshire Occupational Therapy license.

The information below is a summary of the minimum requirements set forth by the Office of Professional Licensure and Certification. For a more detailed requirements breakdown, please see the board's site.
If you hold Occupational Therapy licenses in multiple states, please make sure to check each state's requirements.

New Hampshire Occupational Therapy: Occupational Therapy

Total Hours Required: 24
Mandatory Hours: 0
Elective Hours: 0
Renewal Cycle in Years: 2

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At least one half of the contact hours required shall relate directly to the clinical application of occupational therapy. These hours shall be considered clinical hours.

Notes:
If more than 52 but fewer than 104 weeks have elapsed since such applicants passed the NBCOT examination, they shall maintain continuing competence by:
(1) Completing 12 hours of professional education in the clinical application of occupational therapy skills; and
(2) Doing so within the 12 months just preceding the submission of their application packets.

If 104 or more weeks have elapsed since such applicants passed the NBCOT examination, they shall maintain
continuing competence by: 
(1) Completing 24 hours of professional education in the clinical application of occupational therapy skills; and
(2) Doing so within the 24 months just preceding the submission of their application packets.

Roster

No roster required

Governing Agency

Name: Office of Professional Licensure and Certification
Phone: 6032712152
Fax:
Address: 121 South Fruit Street Concord, 03301

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Note: This license renewal information is provided as a convenience only and is subject to change at any time. It's ultimately the responsibility of the licensee to be sure that he or she is meeting all requirements for each license and corresponding renewal period.