CAMICB CE Policy

The CAMICB Board of Commissioners approved a new continuing education policy for individuals seeking CMCA recertification. The policy is as follows:  CMCA recertification requires the completion of 16 hours of continuing education within a two-year certification period. Current CAMICB policy states credit hours may be earned only for education that meets either of the following criteria:     Read the article…………


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