Duplicate Courses

Duplicate Courses

You cannot use duplicate courses that are attended or taught towards renewing your certification. Duplicate courses are defined as any course that contains the same content as another course and at least one of the following: 
  1. attended or taught at the same agency, education vendor, or program
  2. taught by the same instructor 
  3. use the same method of education (classroom, self-paced, virtual instructor-led, etc)
  4. have the same course title 

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