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CEU - Proctor Requirements for Continuing Education (CE)

Review and understand your state's proctor rules prior to selecting your course. Note: due to COVID 19, rules change frequently. Students are responsible for meeting state requirements.


Alaska, Arizona, California, Delaware, Florida, Idaho, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, WashingtonStudents are not required to have a proctor.
Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Hawaii, Iowa, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Nevada, South Carolina, Vermont, Washington DC, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming

Exams must be proctored by an impartial third party with no financial interest in the licensee’s success. Cannot be a minor, relative, spouse, or anyone with a direct reporting relationship. Co-workers are acceptable as long as there is no reporting relationship.

COVID Updates: 

Massachusetts:  Proctor requirements waived until further notice

Michigan:  Allowing self-attestation in lieu of proctor until further notice

Vermont:  Proctor requirements waived until further notice

AlabamaExams must be proctored by a disinterested third-party, with a minimum age of 18 years, who can be any person except for family members or individuals who have a financial interest in the success of the student taking the examination. Co-worker proctors must not be above or below in the student’s line of supervision.
ArkansasExams must be proctored by an impartial third party with no financial interest in the licensee’s success. Cannot be anyone with familial or financial relationship, including family members, relatives, dependents, employers or supervisors, subordinates, partners or joint venters or co-workers, former or current teachers or pupils, neighbors, personal friends or significant others.
IndianaExams must be administered by a proctor, defined as a licensed producer (preferably licensed in Indiana). A producer who takes the examination at a testing center that administers tests for professional designations may have a representative of the testing center sign the affidavit rather than a licensed producer.