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More Information on Our Continuing Education Courses

How to access a course

All of our courses are currently available on-demand.  After purchasing a course, you will receive an email with specific instructions, including links, for accessing that course and course materials (if applicable).  Be sure to check your spam/junk folder if you do not receive an email.  For further assistance, please contact CE program administrator, Jessica Stavig, at jbair@c-trans.org

Terms and Conditions

Documentation of CE Credit

  • To receive CE credit, a passing score of 75% or better is required. You are allowed three attempts to successfully complete the examination.  Examinations for each course will average 6 to 8 questions per hour of instructional time.  Exceptions to this include courses that require learners to pass 100% of multiple choice evaluation questions at the end of each learning module in order to progress onto the next module, but in these instances, learners will have the opportunity to correct erroneous answers after reviewing relevant course content.

  • Documentation of CE credit is available upon successful course completion. For courses that do not produce a certificate automatically, email CE program administrator, Jessica Stavig at Jbair@c-trans.org

  • Documentation of CE credit is based on the date the exam is completed. The completion date cannot be changed.

Course Deadlines

  • All video on-demand courses have a specified access period. You will have access to view and complete your course for 12 months from the time of your purchase. Please check your email confirmation for purchase date.

  • Courses will only be available for CE credit once.  Learners are permitted to take a course in subsequent years as a refresher for free; however, CE credit will not be granted for the same course twice.

Video course terms

  • The following terms and conditions of registration constitute a legal agreement between you and the National Prevention Science Coalition for access to NPSC educational materials on the Internet.

  • This agreement gives you the right to use the relevant course materials for your own learning and professional development. You cannot transfer or assign these rights, (along with the access codes or passwords that you obtain from NPSC) and you cannot allow any other individual or organization to use these educational materials.

  • Unauthorized use or reproduction of NPSC educational materials on our website in any form is prohibited. No part of these educational materials may be reproduced, distributed or stored in any manner or form by any means, electronic or otherwise, without the prior written permission of NPSC. Intellectual property rights and copyright ownership regarding these educational materials rest with NPSC and/or the partner organization responsible for creation. These educational materials are also protected under international copyright laws and treaty provisions.

Cancellation & Refunds Policy

Unfortunately, due to the immediate access to digital products, all sales are final and nonrefundable. However, we understand unique circumstances occur therefore, we will accept a request for a refund within the period of 3 days after the order is placed. You should accompany this request with detailed and grounded reasons why you are applying for a refund. In the event of error by the NPSC, we will accept returns/refunds. If you have questions or to make a request for a refund, please contact the Education Committee Chair, Dr. Sharon Kingston at kingstos@dickinson.edu

Privacy Policy

The NPSC privacy policy can be found at https://www.npscoalition.org/privacy-policy

File a Complaint

Complaints regarding CE courses can be directed to our CE program administrator, Jessica Stavig, in writing via the form linked below. You can choose to submit your complaint anonymously or confidentially. All complaints will be reviewed by the NPSC CE committee. If the committee deems a complaint to be sufficiently serious, a meeting between the instructors and the committee will be held to determine if the complaint has merit. If a complaint is deemed to have merit a corrective plan will be developed. Corrective action could include requiring revisions to course content or delivery method or the removal of the course from NPSC course offerings. Complaints likely to be deemed serious enough to require a meeting between a course instructor and the CE committee include complaints involving discrimination, failure to provide reasonable accommodations as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act, abusive behavior, or failure to meet the requirement that the information provided is based on rigorous empirical evidence. 

If a complaint is made confidentially, a summary of the findings of the committee and any corrective actions required will be provided to the person who lodged the complaint. If a complaint and subsequent investigation by the CE committee reveals that a serious breach of program standards has occurred and the complaint was lodged confidentially, a full or partial refund of any program fees collected may be provided.

To file a complaint: https://form.jotform.com/221935524864159