Our programs offer continuing education hours for many disciplines. See each specific course registration page for the number of approved hours available and the breakdown of the types of continuing hours for that specific course in your discipline. Additional fees may apply.
Lawyers and Paralegals
Our programs have been approved by The Florida Bar for CLE for lawyers.
Lawyers from out of state will need to determine if CLE can be applied.
CLE credit by NALA has been approved for paralegals.
Continuing education for psychologists is approved through the Florida Psychological Association (FPA).
The Florida Psychological Association is approved by Florida Department of Health, Board of Psychology and Board of School Psychology to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Florida Psychological Association is approved by the Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, and Mental Health Counseling as a provider of continuing education. FPA maintains responsibility for this program and its contents. The Florida Psychological Association is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Florida Psychological Association maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
Certified Public Accountants.
CPAs must individually determine the exact CPE details to be self-reported and must retain required documentation in case of audit by the Florida Board of Accountancy. Courses are consistent with the requirements in Florida Statute 61H1-33.003: qualified instructors for all general content, qualified financial instructors involved in the training, participants must attend all 14 hours to receive a certificate of attendance, participants must sign in to receive a certificate of attendance (a record of attendance is kept by the trainers), a detailed course outline with learning objectives and supporting course material is provided to the participant in advance of the training. Further, course content is designed to contribute directly and indirectly to professional competency for accountants including topics such as special knowledge in Collaborative interdisciplinary practice, the CPA’s role in this process, core competencies required for work on a Collaborative team, practice management, billing for services, discussion of useful computer programs, ethical responsibilities to clients and team members, professional conduct, comparison of accountant and Collaborative specific professional standards, and oral/ written communications with clients and team members. (Other financial professionals must determine applicable continuing education credit.)
The Collaborative Law Process often utilizes Allied Professionals from many different disciplines such as: realtors, child specialists, mortgage specialists, bankruptcy attorneys, estate attorneys, estate planners, business evaluators, vocational specialists, therapists, trust attorneys, appraisers, bankers, life coaches, and many more. At the end of the course, you will receive a Certificate of Attendance and can present that Certificate to your particular professional regulatory organization for self-reporting purposes.