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Continuing Education Requirements

Licensees must complete 30 professional development hour (PDH) units during each biennial license renewal period, including any PDH hours carried forward from the previous renewal period. Two (2) of the 30 hours must be in professional ethics and one (1) of the 30 hours must be in the provisions of chapter 625 of NAC and NRS. Click here for more information on continuing education requirements.

Nevada licenses must be renewed biennially, every two years. License renewal dates are
based on the first letter of your last name, on the schedule below.

  • A thru E – Jan 1 of odd years, online renewal period opens October 1, 2022
  • F thru K – Jul 1 of odd years, online renewal period STILL OPEN – see link below
  • L thru R – Jan 1 of even years, online renewal period opens October 1, 2021
  • S thru Z – Jul 1 of even years, online renewal period opens April 1, 2022

Licenses that Expire June 30, 2021—last names with first letter of F thru K

In continued recognition that professionals were likely impacted by COVID-19 in meeting continuing education requirements for license renewal, the board has directed staff to grant a six-month grace period for meeting continuing education requirements. If your license expires June 30, 2021, last name F-K, you are encouraged to renew your license in a timely manner, despite not currently meeting continuing education requirements, acknowledging you will get them in the following six months.


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