If you successfully completed a continuing education course, but it has not yet been recorded on your CE Broker transcript yet, there are a couple of possible explanations.
Most commonly, the educational provider with whom you took the course has not yet submitted it to CE Broker. The Florida Department of Health allows up to 90 days for an education provider to submit a course to CE Broker. Sometimes educational providers report almost immediately. Others can take up to three months. If you found the course through the CE Broker course search, the provider of that course is required by the Florida Department of Health to report course completions to CE Broker. If this is the case and the course completion has not been submitted after 90 days, you should contact the educational provider directly.
Remember: you did not take the course with CE Broker, but you probably used the course search to find an approved educational provider.
*Note: You must have a subscription to CE Broker to view your transcript, which displays your continuing education requirements and completed courses. Click here for a 7-day free trial.
If you took a course with an educational provider not listed in CE Broker, you would report the CE credits yourself. If you have subscribed to CE Broker, go to cebroker.com, log in to your account, click “Things to Set/Submit” at the top of the page and select “Report Continuing Education” in the drop-down menu. There are a variety of options for self-reporting. Select the one that applies to what you wish to report and follow the steps.
If you do not have a CE Broker subscription, you can create a reporting account for free and report course completions. Click “Healthcare Professionals” on cebroker.com and select “Report Continuing Education” at the bottom of the screen. This will prompt you to enter your license number and then create a login and password. Then follow the steps to report continuing education.
Call 1-877-i-find-CE (1-877-434-6323) if you have any questions.