*NADCP is a NAADAC-approved education provider.
Continuing Legal Education (CLE), Continuing Judicial Education (CJE), and Continuing Education Units (CEU) (for substance abuse counselors only) will be pre-approved from many states.
As the Drug Court world continues to evolve, we understand the importance of providing you with excellent education and we recognize the growing demand for Continuing Education evaluation and certificates in an online format. We are proud to introduce a new partnership with Meeting Metrics to provide an online system and simplify the process for you. You will be able to complete your evaluation and get your certificate up to 10 days after the conference. CLE, CJE, and CEU certificates will not be emailed to you as they have been in previous years.
All attendees of the NADCP 20th Annual Training Conference will receive a certificate of attendance and a program with the schedule of sessions when you register. These certificates may be submitted to the board or entity through which you normally receive continuing education credit.
If you have questions regarding what your state requires, please email Ann Wilson. Make sure to visit the CLE/CJE/CEU desk during the conference to obtain State required certificates (primarily CLE and CJE), to sign-in (CA CLE) and to ensure you are completing everything necessary to receive credit.
- YOU MUST RECORD EACH SESSION YOU ATTENDED ONLINE WITH MEETING MATRIX IN ORDER TO RECEIVE CREDIT. Pre-approval of hours will still continue as in years past, and reports will still be made to states requiring reports from the provider. All reports will be based on the on-line evaluation and attendance that you complete.
Credits below are an example of approved states from 2013. 2014 credits are subject to change and will be added as they are approved.
|ALABAMA||22.3 gen.; 8 ethics|
|ALASKA||22.25 gen; 5 ethics|
|ARKANSAS||14.25 gen.; 8 ethics|
|CALIFORNIA||22.5 gen; 4 ethics||22.25|
|COLORADO||27 gen.; 7 ethics|
|DELAWARE||28.5 gen.; 8 ethics|
|IDAHO||19 gen.; 2.5 ethics|
|ILLINOIS||28.5 gen; 5 ethics||22.25|
|IOWA||23.75 gen.; 6 ethics||22.25|
|KANSAS||26.5 gen.; 1.5 ethics|
|KENTUCKY||22.25 gen.; 2.5 ethics||22.25|
|LOUISIANA||22.25 gen.; 8 ethics|
|MAINE||22.25 gen.; 8 ethics|
|MISSISSIPPI||18 gen.; 8 ethics||22.25|
|MISSOURI||27.6 gen.; 3 ethics||22.25|
|MONTANA||28.5 gen; 8 ethics|
|NEBRASKA||28.5 gen.; 3 ethics|
|NEVADA||22.25 gen.; 8 ethics|
|NEW HAMPSHIRE||22.25 gen.; 8 ethics|
|NEW JERSEY||29.1 gen.; 9.6 ethics|
|NEW MEXICO||20.5 gen.; 2.5 ethics|
|NORTH CAROLINA||22.25 gen.; 5.5 ethics|
|NORTH DAKOTA||22.25 gen.; 8 ethics||22|
22.25 gen.; 9.25 ethics
8 substance abuse
|OKLAHOMA||26.5 gen.; 9.5 ethics||22.25|
24 gen.; 8 ethics
|TENNESSEE||21.75 gen.; 11.5 ethics|
|TEXAS||22.25 gen.; 8 ethics||22.25|
|UTAH||26 gen; 5 ethics|
|VERMONT||22.25 gen.; 2.5 ethics||22.25|
|WASHINGTON||22.25 gen.; 1.25 ethics||22.25|
|WISCONSIN||34 gen; 9.5 ethics|
|WYOMING||22.25 gen.; 8 ethics|
*All ethics credits are included in total CLE credits