FAQ for Respiratory Therapy CEU
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Do you report CE contact hours to AARC?
Our Respiratory Therapist CE Courses are approved by AARC. We report course completion & CRCE credits to AARC within 30 days.
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What are the state requirements for Respiratory Therapy CE?
Please click here for Respiratory Therapist state license information.
What are the NBRC requirements for Respiratory Therapy CE?
Please click here for Respiratory Therapist NBRC Credential Maintenance Program information.
How online testing works?
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What if I failed the test?
Passing rate is 70% or higher and you have unlimited attempts to pass the test. We have EZ refund policy. Our post-test refund policy is 31 days. See our Guarantee Policy for refund details.
How long does it take to get my certificate?
As soon as you pass, certificate is automatically emailed. Check your email spam/junk folder.
Do you keep records of my CE credits?
Yes. We maintain records for our customers for 5 years. If you need a copy of your certificate to replace a lost one, please visit my certificates.
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We offer many great features like Generous refund policy, Money back guarantee, Risk-free try&buy offer, Free eBooks, More credits per course etc.
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*Which requirements are satisfied by takece.com courses?
Our website provides registry & state CE requirement information. Many course info pages provide an acceptance list for registry & state. These information is based on our evaluation of requirements. However, It is your responsibility to ensure that CE course topics satisfy any specific requirements that may exist for your registry and individual state/s in which you practice. If you do not have a valid registry license (i.e., CE probation, Non certified, Retired status etc.) or need further information, you should contact your registry and/or state for specific requirements if any.