Continuing Education

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We understand that continuing education credit is essential to keeping up your licensure. The Head to Toe conference has applied for what has been identified as needed licensure approvals. If you do not see your licensure listed, please contact our office at H2T@KessJones.com. If the cost is reasonable, we will make every effort to apply for all licensure approvals.

 

We are applying for continuing education hours from each of the boards below. As we receive approvals for the 2018 conference, we will update them on this page. Please check back for updates.

 

OrganizationProfessionals4/17
PC1,2,3,4
4/17
PC5,6,7
4/184/18Total CEUs
Offered
NMBCCHPBehavioral Health8366.523.5
CHESCHES8366.523.5
ENMU-RNurses9.03.67.29.028.8
CHWCommunity Health Workers8.03.06.06.523.5
NASW-NMCounselors/Social
Workers
8.03.06.06.523.5
NMDOH Office of Community Health WorkersCommunity Health Workers8366.523.5

 

23.5NASW-NM Cultural Hours (1 CEU each):

  • PC7 – New Mexico Culturally Informed Practices
  • #6 – Hungry Mouths to Feed: Addressing Childhood Hunger in NM
  • #10 – Transgender Students 101: Terminology, History and Etiquette
  • #12 – Support our Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Community: Are you ready?
  • #19 – Transgender Students 201: Exploring Health Disparities
  • #21 – Serving Refugees and Asylees in Schools
  • #33 – Refugee Mental Health: Considerations for Working with Refugee Students and their Families in an Academic Setting
  • #34 – APS Title I Homeless Project: Minimizing Barriers, Maximizing Opportunities for Students Experiencing Homelessness
  • #40 – Going over the Rainbow
  • #42 – Cultural Assistance Teams: More than Just Talk
  • #43 – RLAS: Strategies for Reducing LGBTQ+ Adolescent Suicide
  • #47 – Support our Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Community: Are you ready? (Repeat)
  • #48 – From Risk to Resiliency: Improving the Health and Well-Being of New Mexico’s LGBT Youth
  • #58 – Highly Mobile Students: How to Support Their Educational Success