Michigan CE Courses
Summit Professional Education provides continuing education (CE) courses to PTs, OTs, SLPs, and Educators in the state of Michigan. Our live courses frequent Ann Arbor, Troy, Grand Rapids, Lansing, Flint, Kalamazoo, Detroit, and many other cities near you. Summit works with numerous state boards and accrediting authorities nationwide to offer continuing education to PTs, OTs, and SLPs. In many states this includes the local chapters or sections of the board of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA), and the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA). View approval information for your profession and state by selecting a course below and looking at "CE information."
The below includes our current information for Michigan. Please contact your appropriate state board to confirm the latest information regarding CE requirements for your state and profession.
Due to COVID-19, many states are temporarily adjusting or relaxing CE regulations. Please confirm any details provided here with your state or national approving board.
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PTs in MI need 24 credits every 2 years. A one-time completion of a course in human trafficking is required. The license cycle ends on July 31st, year varies.
24 credits every 2 years, 100% allowed online
MI OTs & OTAs
OTs in MI need 20 credits every 2 years. The license cycle ends on May 31st, year varies. 1 credit in pain and sympton management required each cycle. A one-time human trafficking course is required upon first licensure cycle.
20 credits every 2 years. Maximum of 10 allowed online.
SLPs in MI need 20 CEUs every 2 years. A one-time completion of a course in human trafficking is required. The license cycle ends on September 30th, year varies.
20 credits every 2 years, Maximum of 15 allowed online.
Educators in MI need 150 credits every 3 years for a professional license or 5 years for a provisional license. The license cycle ends on June 30th.
150 credits every 5 years, 100% allowed online