Occupational Therapy Continuing Education
Approved by AOTA to Provide OT CEUs
Accepted by the NBCOT Certificate Renewal Program
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Our convenient, secure system and high quality, affordable online courses make it easy to fulfill your CE requirements. Wild Iris Medical Education has provided over 1.5 million contact hours of continuing education to OTs, OTAs, and other healthcare professionals since 1998.
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AOTA Approved Provider
Wild Iris Medical Education is approved as a provider of occupational therapy continuing education by the American Occupational Therapy Association. Our courses are also accepted by NBCOT.
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HOW IT WORKS
- No pre-registration or account required
- Read and print the entire course at no charge
- Take the test absolutely risk-free
- Pass the test and complete an evaluation
- Register your course completion and pay
- Get your certificate instantly online and by email
- Get personal customer service when you need help
- Create a free personal account for access to all your certificates anytime, and save time registering your future course completions
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