With today’s busy and demanding schedules, it’s critical to have options for your professional development. We would all love to take leisurely weekends away learning to our heart’s content, but the reality is that we have to pack in more with much less – less time, less money, and less travel.
We fully support the in-person seminar experience because you can interact with peers, form professional relationships, hear live questions and answers, and benefit from impromptu stories that will impact you at a heart level – not just an intellectual level. You should go to seminars in your region and learn from great speakers.
In today’s technology-rich environment, it would be senseless not to have educational opportunities to fill in the gaps. An online solution, like eLearning courses, is our answer to delivering smart, specific and practical training right to your computer, tablet or phone. We offer continuing education credit courses, as well as fee-based and complimentary programs.
Our eLearning platform allows you, the learner, to engage with great practitioners that have quality information to share. Our Presenter’s Panel is a select group of contributors that embrace whole food philosophy and implement effective clinical and business solutions into their practices. All are dedicated Standard Process® and MediHerb® researchers and practitioners who have busy clinics.
But seriously, you’ll be able to apply new lessons and skills immediately, track your progress, submit questions to our clinical staff, participate in extensive certification programs, and even earn continuing education credits.
Our continuing eLearning courses are sponsored by Texas Chiropractic College (TCC) and provide our clients with detailed nutritional and herbal training. We record live presentations and break the content into logical lectures, link to pertinent research and tools, create an examination to check key learning and provide instant scoring feedback. Once a CEU course is completed, we will submit your course transcript to TCC and you will receive an official CEU voucher.
We are also actively pursuing National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) PDA credits on these same courses.
Applied Clinical Nutrition (ACN) and Nutritional Clinical Assistant (NCA) certificate enrollees may use any CEU eLearning courses from this site toward their continuing education seminar requirements to complete their 100-hour program.
Whole Food Practice cannot guarantee the acceptance of any chiropractic or other healthcare profession continuing education credits for courses taken on this site. Our sponsor, Texas Chiropractic College, and the 19 PACE states that automatically approve TCC sponsored courses are specific to the chiropractic profession. Other types of license renewals may have similar regulations.
It is up to each practitioner expecting to use these CEU courses for relicensing to know and understand their state’s by-laws and to confirm course acceptance by their state examining board. We will, however, make every effort to contact you, should you purchase a CEU program that is not automatically approved in your state.
The following states provide automatic, online CEU credit approval for Texas Chiropractic College sponsored programs (PACE approved):
Colorado (CO), Connecticut (CT), Delaware (DE), Idaho (ID), Illinois (IL), Iowa (IA), Maryland (MD), Massachusetts (MA), Michigan (MI), Montana (MT), Nebraska (NE), North Dakota (ND), Ohio (OH), Oregon (OR), Rhode Island (RI), South Carolina (SC), Utah (UT), Vermont (VT), Washington (WA).
Other states may still allow our eLearning CEU courses, however, there are often additional course submissions, fees and waiting periods. We will update this FAQ as we navigate this topic of online CEU approvals. If this is important to you in deciding whether to enroll for online CEUs, please call (801) 432-8869 or email email@example.com to discuss further.
We are in the process of provider and course approvals and will apply for NCCAOM credits for every CEU course that we offer. We will indicate hours and approval by this governing body on individual courses.
Fee-based and complimentary non-credit courses may be used toward certification elective requirements and will include a summary quiz to check understanding.