For access to our continuing education program, you must be an actively credentialed member of the National Register, a Practice Academy member, or registered for a non-member account on CE.NationalRegister.org. Credentialed HSPs and Practice Academy members have access to unlimited continuing education credits as part of their annual membership fee. Individual courses may be purchased by non-members. Interested in becoming a member? Apply for the Health Service Psychologist credential or join the Practice Academy.
To take a course, you'll need a device with internet access. For article-based courses, the articles and questions may be printed for offline use, but answers must be entered online to earn credit. Video- and webinar-based courses are not available for offline viewing; you must be connected to the internet for the entire duration of the presentation in order to receive credit. Please contact the National Register directly to request accommodation needed to access the National Register's continuing education program.
In order to pass a course, you must achieve a minimum score of 80% on the post-test. You have two attempts per course—after exhausting those, you are no longer eligible to receive continuing education credit for that particular course. Once a course has been passed, you may not take that course in the future for continuing education credit. Please note that the National Register does not release answer keys regardless of post-test results.
Yes! CE credits earned through the National Register meet the standards for acceptable psychology CE credit in states, territories, or provinces that require continuing education credits for renewal of license. The National Register has offered CE credits to Registrants for many years and became an APA-approved sponsor of continuing education on April 1, 2003. The National Register of Health Service Psychologists is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The National Register maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Not a psychologist? Contact your state licensing board to find out whether or not they'll accept National Register continuing education credits for your license renewal.